It doesn’t get more timeless than a traditional wedding like this New York City beauty at the Harvard Club. Yeana and David were married there surrounded with family and friends from all over. The exclusive midtown club, steeped in unprecedented legacy and traditions, is one of New York’s first recognized landmarks in response to the buildings architectural design and history. The two exchanged vows in Harvard Hall, splendid with its three-story, floor to ceiling windows and its rich, dark Mahogany paneling.
The Main Dining Room was nothing short of beauty with hanging chandeliers and red draping along the windows. Each table tops featured an abundance of candles that were nestled in white and peach florals with greenery as centerpieces. The room also featured fifteen foot tall windows, two original fireplaces, trophies and the portraits of many important dignitaries and former Club Members. Overall the subtle silver and gold metallic details added to the stunning white wedding of these two along with family and friends that enjoyed the celebration.
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About the Venue: The Harvard Club has been the venue for New York’s most notable social, civic, corporate and fundraising events for over ten decades. The Club offers eight elegant rooms for private events and weddings. The Main Dining Room also featured fifteen foot tall windows, two original fireplaces, trophies and the portraits of many important dignitaries and former Club Members. Consider a classic ballroom with wood paneling, historic paintings and glowing fireplaces in our Back Bay Clubhouse. Or think about panoramic views of the Boston Harbor, Charles River and Back Bay from our Downtown Clubhouse on the 38th floor of One Federal Street. Either way, your wedding, reception and gatherings for your special day will take place in an inspiring atmosphere.