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This Niemierko Wedding really showcases how you can transform and turn a space around, using a venue to its maximum capacity and value. The ballroom at the Grove was turned around by an army of a team, from ceremony to dinner, then dinner to dancing. So, in effect where our Bride walked down the aisle hours later there was a large nightclub themed bar… as if by magic. An autumnal wedding day one October, hence, the ceremony had trees and hints of burnt orange. As the guests entered a solo violinist appeared, however once our Bride made her entrance the curtains opened to reveal an orchestra, guests not knowing what way to turn – to finally see the Bride or oh my there’s an orchestra. Following drinks, a lavish dinner setting with gold accents and shades of pinks within white and green flowers. A fun candy themed pudding room followed. To end a masculine dark nightclub space. And only two rooms used, but many memories made.
Photos: David Williams
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