- “Those, who are destined to meet in the midst of the lights of the big city are bound with an invisible thread….” Follow the searchlight beams, and they will lead you into the atmosphere of the pulsating metropolis – there, where one essential love-story began…
Tanya and Roma’s non-coincidental acquaintance in the big city inspired a wedding conception, including decorations in the shape of skyscrapers and a breathtaking ceremony scenario.
Urbanistic decorations, trick of the light, combination of deep blue color and copper, reflecting skyscrapers and searchlight beams – all this created a unique harmony and an atmosphere of the city, which was made as if only for the two of them…
The solemn ceremony took place in the darkened space amidst the lights, soffites and searchlights, accompanied by music and off-screen voice, which submerged the guests into the atmosphere of a unique, heartful and tender story of this couple.
- The magnificent Brooklin bridge made of flowers was the essential decoration for family photos, that were taken after the wedding ceremony and then – at the end of the wedding day – it turned into the centre of the illumination and evening performance.
Within the time the preparation for the wedding went on the folks were in Boston studying, consequently they decided to start the preparation in advance – 11 months before the target date. Many appointments were made over a distance via videoconferencing. The days, that the couple spent in Moscow were dedicated to tasting sessions, rehearsals and coordination of the program.
Such a long and proper preparation allowed us to submerge the guests into the love-story of the couple, to think over the surprise for the newly-weds and – which is the most important – to hold an unforgettable and soulful festival, that became a great event for two families.
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