Jay and Honor met while attending Harvard during a 1920's themed party. It was a Cinderella moment when her shoe broke at the party and Jay walked her back to her place to change them. It was at the moment as her new shoes were on he asked her out. It was the perfect moment of the shoe fitting and a love story beginning.
Honor's wedding vision was around the idea of "coming home" since her and Jay's life is full of traveling and moving around she wanted something that felt comfortable and family oriented. An English Garden Party in the Paris Jazz Age was the theme of this very special day bringing them back to the night that their relationship sparked.
The color scheme inspiration came from a set of a chinoiserie china pattern for the day’s blue-and-white palette.
Ana Parzych created their five-tier Tahitian vanilla wedding cake filled with vanilla and lemon mousseline over raspberry preserves, covered in vanilla butter cream. The beautifully intricate cake design was hand painted of the Winvian Farms scenery.
The outdoor ceremony set at Winvian Farm in Morris, CT was naturally green and lush with the center aisle leading up to a stunning arch filled with white roses and white hydrangea creating the perfect "I Do" spot.
Our 46x85 Sperry Saillcoth tent was filled with cocktails, toasts, dinner and an abundance of amazing dancing with songs ranging from Motown to Jay Z.
The reception tables were spot on the days design aesthetic with midnight blue colored table runners complimenting the chinoiserie plate settings and simple floral centerpiece of white bulbs and hydrangea.
The English garden touches shined through the hanging chandeliers accented with trumpet vines and lilac flowers as well as the use of greenery on the tents center poles.