By hosting their special day at 620 Loft and Garden; a unique venue that is known for its spectacular views of Fifth Avenue and St. Patrick’s Cathedral; Chloe and Tony not only created a beautiful memory for their wedding story but also an homage to the wonderful city where they reside.
The couple got married in front of a beautiful floral arch with fabric draped back curtain style and a reflective pool as well behind them. The bride wore a stunning dress from Francesca Miranda and held a light blush peonies as her bouquet. The light pink and ivory tones ran through the ceremony garden in their details from flowers to their chairs. This gorgeous ceremony utilized NYC’s extraordinary backdrop in the most fantastical way but didn’t stop just there.
Their reception featured darker tones of pinks with accents of gold. The colors popped against the ivory canvas of the venue itself. However the views of New York was not forgotten as the evening went. The couple made sure to sneak away from their loving family and friends to captue a few shots for memories to come.
About the venue: 620 Loft and Garden features extraordinary views of Fifth Avenue and St. Patrick’s Cathedral from a manicured historic garden, complete with a sparkling reflective pool. With panoramic views of the iconic Big Apple skyline, 620 Loft and Garden may be one of the city’s best kept secrets. Located on the 67th floor of Rockefeller Center’s British Empire Building, the venue offers two distinct spaces suitable to meet virtually any indoor and outdoor wedding vision.
Rental of the venue gives couples complete access to both the Loft and Garden spaces, allowing them the freedom to plan out their day however they wish. Whether holding your reception inside or outdoors, the venue can accommodate up to 90 guests with theater seating. Both seated and cocktail receptions also work well in either locale and the venue can accommodate up to 120 seated guests or 165 standing.