Thursday, November 6, 2008

Featured Venue-The Royalton

The Conservatory (above); The ballroom (below)

I have decided that prior to any event that I do I will do a feature on the venue. I wish I had thought of this

before.The featured venue today is The Royalton. I have the pleasure of being Nicole and Michael’s DOC next week. I am so excited about this mansion wedding.

What to expect when you visit the Royalton:

Grand Ballroom
Elegantly dressed in crystal chandeliers and sconces, etched white marble fireplaces, hand carved crown moldings, and Brazilian hard wood floors.

Mahogany Library
Floor to ceiling raised paneled mahogany walls and moldings, plush couches, arm chairs, and mahogany barrister bookshelves are reminiscent of a classic era. The original library fireplace is the focal point for cocktails and conversation.

Mahogany panels meet larger than life picture windows with a spectacular view of the English styled gardens and fountains. Coffered ceilings serve to frame out this space used for cocktails.

Foyer and Grand Stair Way
Larger than life mahogany doors, checkered charcoal grey and white marble floors, grand antique brass chandelier, all framed by a curved mahogany banister.

Ivy Court Yard
Coventry stone walls dressed in old world green ivy, and framed by a wrought iron lamppost and gate. Perfect for cocktails, or a dream wedding ceremony.

Master Bridal Suite
The original master bedroom suite of Edward Moore, serves our brides with a mahogany four post bed, gas burning fire place, and luxurious master bathroom.

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