Cincinnati is abundant with historic buildings, awe inspiring architecture and interiors including Burnham Hall at The Renaissance Hotel. Named after architect Daniel Burnham, famously known for designing Union Station in D.C and The Flatiron Building in NYC. Burnham Hall has a 40 ft. tiled dome ceiling and intricate Art Deco detail. The decadence and glamour of the 1920's inspired this pink, gold, silvery green and cream wedding.
Round tables were set with a mix of short and tall centerpieces overflowing with layers of rose, cherry blossom, greenery and orchid. The bridal bouquet was hand-tied thick pale pink roses, tiny white buds and buttery roses whose little yellow centers added an extra pop of color. Centerpieces, short and tall alike were asymmetrical, lush and romantic. Mercury glass urns and votives sat atop champagne colored satin.