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Tulle and silk taffeta A-line with 3-D floral lace, plunging neckline and full, gathered sleeves, about $7,260, by Elizabeth Fillmore Bridal. Earrings by Sole Society. Ring by Alexis Bittar. Basket from A by Amara. Heels by Badgley Mischka.
Sleeveless gown with beaded oral lace bodice, illusion neckline and illusion slit tulle skirt with lace appliqués, about $1,349, by Casablanca Bridal. Earrings by Maria Elena Headpieces and Accessories. Cuff by Zaxie by Stefanie Taylor. Rings by Berricle.
Embroidered lace ballgown with scalloped sweetheart neckline, corset bodice and open-weave lace on tulle skirt, about $6,395, by Isabelle Armstrong. Earrings by Serefina. Necklace by Olive + Piper. Bracelet by Kendra Scott. Metal planter by Garden Trading. Shovel by Garden Glory.
Lace mini-dress with long sleeves, deep V-neckline and removable tulle overskirt with open slit and tie bow around waist, about $748, by Tadashi Shoji. Earrings by Mignonne Gavigan. Watering can by Garden Glory.
Allover lace gown with long sleeves, open keyhole back and chapel train, about $1,800, by Lillian West. Earrings by Loren Hope Designs. Engagement ring by Anna Sheffield. Ring by Zaxie by Stefanie Taylor.
Embroidered tulle ballgown with illusion halter neckline, open back and full skirt of ivory lace appliqué-over-cashmere lining, about $5,225, by Hayley Paige. Beaded crown by Untamed Petals. Earrings by Serefina. Ring by CZ by Kenneth Jay Lane.
Lace appliqué-over-tulle jumpsuit with illusion long sleeves, sheer back with button details and detachable tulle A-line skirt (not shown), about $1,250, by Mary’s Couture D’Amour. Headpiece by Genevieve Rose Atelier. Earrings by Loren Hope Designs. Engagement ring by Anna Sheffield. Ring by Swarovski.
Verdant greenery infused with vibrant blooms impart a divine sense of romance and whimsy to Celebrate Snug Harbor, located in Staten Island, New York. Historic architecture and lush botanical gardens make it a favorite choice for couples in search of an exceptional wedding experience. The Great Hall accommodates between 150-350 guests for dinner and dancing and can be used in conjunction with the Tuscan Garden and Lower Great Hall for ceremony and cocktails. The Rose Garden, Maze Garden, White Garden, Tuscan Garden and New York City’s only authentic Chinese Scholar Garden are picture-perfect for a ceremony or cocktail hour al fresco. Host your reception outside in The Tented Pavilion, which features a vaulted ceiling with pleated fabric application and wrought-iron chandeliers. Accommodating up to 250 people, the pavilion is adjacent to the Chinese Scholar Garden and White Garden, allowing guests to ow through three unique spaces for ceremony, cocktails and reception.