A Belle Fleur Bride
New York Public Library
We're fortunate enough to witness the quiet opulence that defines Belle Fleur's floral design in person many a late night following some of Manhattan's most deluxe events. One of the most breath-taking experiences was picking up the Dutch hydrangea from a magical evening at the New York Public Library (captured here by Christian Oth Studios) celebrating the marriage of Emily and James. Thousands of stunning stems framed John Jacob Astor's iconic setting for a memorable evening.
We're grateful the newlyweds wanted to help pay it forward and share the beauty of the occasion with so many New York neighbors in need. Flowers were redesigned into petite bouquets and delivered to patients and clients throughout multiple organizations, including: the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge Jerome L. Greene Family Center, The Dwelling Place, Ronald McDonald House Charities® of New York and Unique Peoples Services' Haven House. Congratulations to Emily and James. Wishing you a lifetime of health and happiness together!
Design: Belle Fleur | Photography: Christian Oth Studio | Planning: Tracy Taylor Ward | Rentals: Broadway Party Rentals | Caterer: Sonnier and Castle | Lighting: L&M Sound & Light | Linens: La Tavola Fine Linen | Music: Hank Lane Music | Flower Repurposing & Charitable Initiative: Repeat Roses