What happens when a bride and groom both grow up in the area? They get married at Bailey Arboretum, of course. Not only that, all the vendors that they used are local businesses as well.
The tent, constructed by A-Z Tent and Party Rentals, looked beautiful, with ivory linens and chair covers and navy blue accents. The gorgeous flowers didn’t distract from our beautiful surroundings, as Richard from Simply Elegant Floral Decorators in Glen Cove, knows how to arrange.
Kent from the Brass Rail provided the delicious food and his staff was attentive and professional, as always (www.thebrassraillocustvalley.com), serving up the most delicious and beautifully presented food for the guests.
What personalized this wedding, was all the homemade constructions spread throughout: a directional sign pointing guests towards the ceremony, restrooms, tent; a box with heel covers of varying widths so that high heels didn’t sink into the ground; a box with Pashminas and wraps in case people got chilly; among other touches.
The bride and groom beamed at each other while taking pictures in front of the Redwoods and since they practically grew up here, they both felt right at home. Thank you for letting Bailey Arboretum host your special day!
Jenny Klainberg, Event Coordinator