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Towering stone lions, flower-strewn wrought-iron gates, and a floral cross decorated the space adding regal, Gothic flare to the area.
Two colorful peacocks greeted guests upon arrival, as well as a free-flowing sparkling-wine fountain made from Marie Antoinette-style glasses.
Tabletops boasted remarkable details, including dreamy florals, luxurious golden elements, and hints of sexy black lace.
Centerpieces varied between tall gilded candelabra and short boxes, each displaying an equally striking mix of flowers.
“We wanted the music to reflect who we are and what we love,” notes Nikki.
Throughout the day, a variety of musical genres was played for attendees: punk rock, jazz, disco, ’70s glam rock, and ’90s pop.“We wanted to make the entire process fun.” And it worked! ’” They walked the grounds and looked no further; the very next day they put down a deposit. film – the couple strived for both sophistication and whimsy throughout the event décor.The groom reveals, “Courtney showed me how much fun a wedding [and the preparation] can actually be.”For instance, the couple settled on a magnificent estate for the celebration, all on a whim. “I’ve always thought the 55-room Gothic manor was a beautiful place and it made me feel like I was in the French countryside,” explains Courtney. “Nikki was the one that had the idea of getting married there. For the ceremony, boxed bushes lined the aisle, inspired by the bride’s love of the hedges in Versailles.The bridal party was especially meaningful as it consisted of the groom’s two daughters and two sons.
Bridesmaids wore elegant silk gowns in champagne and held nosegays of roses, peonies, and English garden roses in creamy colors.The bride shares her favorite memory, “As soon as I saw Nikki standing there waiting for me, smiling, I wanted to freeze time…