Unique Elements to a Royal Park Wedding Creates an Elegant Event
Updated: May 29
There were so many distinctive elements to Sarah and Blake's wedding that it's hard to know where to start. The Royal Park Belgium Glass Conservatory in Rochester is always an elegant space and wedding coordinator Kathleen Reid insures that everything runs smoothly. The Hon. Annemarie. Lepore of Macomb County directed the ceremony. Due to the Covid limitations, a few elements needed some adjustment. Yet this couple did not let it dissuade them and cleverly added several special elements that took it up a notch. The couple had their first dance in the conservatory immediately following their ceremony. We had the pleasure of working with vocalists Nicole and Matthew as we performed "The Prayer" from Camelot for their dance. Sarah and Blake also brought in Trisha Strickland, a live wedding artist, to capture their first dance in the glass conservatory. What a fabulous way to capture a precious moment.
The couple's cocktail hour and reception was held in the outdoor tent. Keeping true to the Royal Park tradition, it is an elegant space. We had the pleasure of playing for the cocktail hour and had some guests singing along with us. Jesse Siress of Siress Concepts Professional DJ Service got the party started for the reception. The unique aspects of this day continued with the guest favors, a beautiful box of baked goods. They were outstanding!
This lovely couple and their families were a delight! We enjoyed sharing our music with them on this special day. Congratulations Sarah and Blake and best wishes as you begin married life together.