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G + P – Omaha

G + P – Omaha

Grace and Peter’s wedding design captured the charm and elegance of Central Park’s iconic Bow Bridge, a sentimental landmark for the couple. The Classical Greek style of the bridge, along with gothic and neoclassical influences, provided the guiding theme for this event, seamlessly blending with an autumnal color palette. Interlocking circles, arabesques, and scrolling details, borrowed from the bridge’s design, were woven into the decor.

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The wedding ceremony was held under a clear tent on the picturesque front lawn of Happy Hollow Club. The tent was adorned with sky blue canopy panels and draped with lush greenery, capturing the essence of an idyllic park stroll. An innovative “ceremony in the round” layout ensured the couple was lovingly surrounded by family and friends, heightening the intimate ambience. The couple stood on a floral-accented platform under a large suspended floral wreath, further spotlighting their union. Four focal urns, inspired by those on Bow Bridge, distributed the wedding’s autumnal color scheme throughout the tent.

The al fresco cocktail hour took full advantage of Happy Hollow’s pristine grounds. Iron lampposts dotted the landscape, aligning perfectly with our theme, while guests enjoyed live music and relaxed under ivory market umbrellas.

In the dining room, formal walnut chairs were selected as a nod to the Bow Bridge’s Brazilian walnut walkway and added warmth against the charcoal ballroom walls. The place settings, a crucial part of the guest experience, were influenced by the bridge’s bas-relief cast-iron design, incorporating the Mother of the Bride’s love for hosting dinner parties.

In homage to Bow Bridge’s historical significance as the second-oldest cast-iron bridge in the United States, iron and metal finishes were incorporated into the floral vessels, providing a robust counterbalance to the feminine florals. Vintage silver candlesticks and dusty lavender candles added a glowing ambiance to the dining room.

The wedding cake mirrored the pleated design of the china and was embellished with sugar creme brûlée phlox flowers.

The guests returned to the tent for dancing. The tent was illuminated with giant suspended silver lanterns and the floral wreath was repurposed over the statement bar, adorned with laser-cut ornamental foliate patterns. Soft seating in silver and cool grey tones added depth and dimension to the space, rounding out this exquisite, Central Park-inspired wedding design.


Meghan Savage