Stunning classic decor is the cohesive theme in Jordan & David’s traditional ballroom wedding.
The couple played up the tall ceilings at The Bentley Reserve, a historic landmark with timeless style. Lush white flower arrangements decorated the ceremony aisle and altar. As the ceremony completed and guests moved to the reception space, they were greeted by overflowing white flowers and tall vases with floating candles. The elegant decor and full place settings were perfect for a traditional ballroom wedding. For dessert, guests enjoyed the four-tiered wedding cake, decorated with classic pink roses.
The couple met in Chicago in 2010. David, the groom was a professional golfer at the time and Jordan, the bride, was pursuing medical school. On May 5, 2010, David’s 25th birthday, he convinced Jordan to meet with him on a first “official” date, although Jordan paid the tab (David always has to point out it was his birthday!). Regardless, it was very clearly love at first sight. Their relationship blossomed despite career changes, long distance and attending different medical schools.
Photographer: Clane Gessel Photography//Cinema and Video: AVR Films//Other: Bloomingdale’s//Cake Designer: Cake Coquette//Professional: Clane Gessel Photography//Transportation: Classic Cable Car Charters //Equipment Rentals: Classic Party Rentals//Event Planner: F. DUNCAN REYES EVENTS BY DESIGN//DJ: Gatsby Entertainment//Musicians: golden gate strings//Lighting: Got Light//Caterer: Jane Hammond Events//Dress Designer: Mark Zunino//Linens and Coverings: Napa Valley Linens//Dress Store: Neiman Marcus//Makeup Artist: sherrie long makeup hair and effects//Cake Designer: Sweet Lauren Cakes//Floral Designer: Tanjeeryn Designs//Reception Venue: The Bentley Reserve//Musicians: The Dick Bright Orchestra