Eartha Kitt recorded popular french tune “C’est Si Bon” in 1954. The title translates to “it’s so good” and the song is just that, SO GOOD. Well, so is our Parisian-inspired W. Lovers Lane viewing room! The treillage on the wall is an ode to L’Espadon—a trellis-adorned, 2-star dining experience at the Ritz Paris where John and Brittany vacationed in the midst of the studio design. Early on, Melissa had stressed the importance of architectural details—paneling and boarding— when looking at plans to avoid the “sheet rock box”. John and Brittany’s new found French-garden inspiration served as a perfect foundation for the viewing room backdrop.
When you are a John Cain Photography bride, you spend most of your studio time in the viewing room. Here you have an exciting opportunity to view all your favorite wedding images with our team. As you relive wedding day, with a cheese board and side of champagne, our team assists you build a wedding album and select prints to be framed forever on your walls. With this task in mind, John, Brittany, and Melissa designed the viewing room to be calming, comfortable, and inspiring. With a garden aesthetic and a touch of light blue hanging above the marble table, we hope the viewing room provides just that for all that enter.
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