A celebration of subtle sophistication, Molly and Alex’s wedding at The Thompson Hotel was as tailored as it was tasteful.
Molly was a vision in a strapless, jewel-encrusted Dany Tabet dress, complete with flowing floral appliques and a timeless, understated veil. Her smile was absolutely ceaseless, and unobscured by her swept-up hair, the perfect “accessory” to an already-stunning bridal look.
Molly and Alex looked forward to highlighting Jewish traditions in their wedding, the smashing of the glass being one of the key, anticipated moments. Under the greenery of the chuppah, the two were proclaimed husband and wife, and a massive celebration erupted as Alex broke the glass.
The ballroom was a winning display of thoughtful, modern design with a healthy dose of residential warmth by Julian Leaver and Jackson Durham Events. Low floral arrangements kept each table intimate and polished, while the head table was encircled by immense olive branch arrangements in stoic, stone planters. The space felt contemporary yet classic, grandiose yet inviting… It was all around lovely.
Molly and Alex hosted the pinnacle of parties they have thrown together, with a raucous crowd dancing late into the evening (and morning). What a night celebrating the Cohens! Wishing you all the very best!
Hair + Makeup
Ceremony + Reception Venue
The Thompson Hotel
Bridal Gown Designer
Bridal Gown Retailer
The Motion Band
Fancy Cakes by Lauren
Southern Fried Paper