Sloane + Noah | Mar 14, 2020
Classic wedding with a traditional ceremony, breathtaking views and clean ivory tones at The Polo Club of Boca Raton in Boca Raton, Florida
Sloane and Noah met through mutual friends, and as fate would have it, they fell in love within weeks. Noah proposed in gorgeous Palm Beach, followed by a surprise engagement party where they celebrated with their loved ones.
This duo tied the knot on a breathtaking spring day at a Florida country club, boasting picturesque landscapes and panoramic golf course views. They kept it elegant with classic ivory tones, and their timing was the most impeccable detail of all.
“Hand sanitizers, fist pumps and air kisses,” said Sloane. “We were the last pre-COVID wedding.”
Between glasses of champagne, hair and makeup inside the bridal suite, Sloane’s bridesmaids got dressed in their mismatched, sleek black gowns.
“Simple, elegant, and clean,” said Sloane. “Black and white for everyone.”
Sloane left the ladies speechless when she revealed her whimsical ivory A-line gown. The dress featured a sheer bodice, wispy tulle skirt and intricate floral lacework that cascaded from the plunging neckline to the hem of the skirt. She wore a pair of strappy heels with bow accents, a thin embellished headband and a classic cathedral veil.
Noah and his groomsmen sported dapper black and white tuxedos with white floral boutonnieres and traditional white kippahs. The traditions continued inside the ceremony space, where they had a chuppah adorned with stunning ivory flowers with subtle notes of cream.
“We wanted the aesthetic to feel overwhelmingly classic, simple and refreshed,” said Sloane.
The aisle was created with a white carpet covered in white rose petals, with floating glass candles and florals at the end of each row. At the altar on either side of the chuppah, there were more all-white floral arrangements displayed on tall acrylic stands.
While Sloane’s bridal party carried carefully curated arrangements of white roses and lilies of the valley, the bride herself carried an elegant cluster exclusively arranged with white calla lilies.
The ambiance for the ceremony was set with an abundance of fresh flowers and warm candlelight, and with each sentimental and traditional moment, Sloane and Noah were finally pronounced husband and wife!
As the newlyweds and the wedding party posed for photos, the guests mingled during a special cocktail hour. They sipped bubbly, snacked on “pigs in a blanket” and other decadent hors d'oeuvres while a band serenaded the party with live music.
“The best part about it was that we made sure the bride and groom were included in the cocktail hour with all our guests,” said Sloane.
Just before heartfelt toasts were made, Sloane and Noah shared their first dance, which the bride cherishes as their most special moment.
“We were in a room full of 200 people, but the dance felt so intimate and pure,” said Sloane.
The band kept the dance floor cranked up, and everyone joined in on dancing the traditional Horah. Magic was alive throughout the room, with stunning floral centerpieces on each table in tall acrylic vases. They even had a sweetheart table that overflowed with white hydrangeas, orchids, roses and willow.
Their loved ones cheered them on as they cut the three-tiered ivory cake with ribbed frosting. It was adorned from top to bottom in cream floral garnishes and fresh green willow. At a nearby table, the desserts continued with an elaborate spread of macarons, miniature pies and chocolate-covered strawberries.
Before the night came to an end, guests were invited to create their own custom bag of candy from a colorful table with all the fixings. It was the sweetest ending to the night of their dreams.
We wish Sloane and Noah a lifetime of happiness!
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Photos by: Jeff Kolodny Photography
Jeff Kolodny Photography
The Polo Club of Boca Raton
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