Laurie has been getting some pretty ritzy affairs to cover for us lately, and Susannah & Eric’s wedding and reception at the Eiteljorg Museum was nothing short of jaw-dropping. Consultant Rayna Traylor, who kindly referred the couple to us, created a very unique configuration for the event, even for this versatile venue. The Clowes Sculpture Court, a big round “ballroom” normally used for dining and dancing, was completely filled with dinner tables, expertly serviced as always by Kahn’s Katering. Meanwhile, the Eagle Commons area, normally a wider “hallway” used for cocktails, provided the setting for both the traditional Jewish ceremony and the dancing later in the evening. When I stopped by to say “hi” to Laurie, Rayna and photographer Hether Miles, I was stopped in my tracks at the entrance to the commons by the huge cake under the beautifully lit chuppah that I assume stood over the couple at the other end of the space only hours earlier. Based on what little I saw in my few minutes there, this should be a fun edit!
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