When we featured Ali and Dan’s spectacular Ellis Island wedding, as chosen by The Knot as one of their best weddings of 2013, you asked for more, and the fabulous Elissa Held Events’ Pinterest page gives you even more highlights of this gorgeous, luxury wedding! Here’s the page description:
A wedding worthy of crossing the desks of Grace Ormonde and The Knot, Elissa Held Events found the most unique wedding location for a New York City couple that wanted a destination feel in their backyard of Manhattan. Bride & groom are both descended from Italian immigrants, making Ellis Island the perfect backdrop. Guests boarded ferry boats to enhance the destination experience. The Great Room was adorned with statues, as well as a working 12ft fountain to add European elegance.
Here’s the Pinterest page for Elissa Held: http://www.pinterest.com/elissaheld/elissa-held-ellis-island-wedding/
And here’s OUR Pinterest page for Ellis Island Weddings: http://www.pinterest.com/sharonnaylor/ellis-island-weddings/
Visit us at http://thestatueofliberty.com/events/ to start planning your wedding of a lifetime!
All photos by Maloman Photography.
Ali and Dan’s October wedding celebration here on Ellis Island is The Knot Editors’ Pick for Best Weddings of 2013!
Elissa Held Events created a spectacular Ellis Island wedding for this gorgeous couple, with our historic NYC venue creating a dramatic atmosphere, making it one of the best weddings of the year.
Here are some details from The Knot:
Ali and Dan wanted a Tuscan feel for their decor drawing on both their cultural backgrounds while using a color palette of Oranges and Hot Pinks. Elissa Held Events brought in a 12 foot working fountain, potted Orange Trees and Statuaries to break up the enormous space of the Great Hall. Frost Lighting enhanced the space by splashing brightly colored lighting on the walls, ceiling and floors.
See The Knot’s entire story on Ali & Dan’s Ellis Island wedding here:
And visit our site to find out how your wedding at Ellis Island can come to life, beautifully, unforgettably, and perhaps even catching the eye of The Knot editors: