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Every once in a while, we’re lucky enough to feature a wedding that is absolutely out of this world. Today, while we’re a little limited in order to protect the privacy of the bride and groom, but we thought you might not mind a peek into the styling from this stunning spring inspired affair at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. This has got us in the mood for cherry blossoms and gilded details. Which brings us to the East Coast design and planning team,  Jackie Esposito and Erica Powell of Ambiance Luxe. These gals are a total design power house…but don’t listen to me. Look at this pretty (shot by the ineffable JAG Studios).

Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring

Jackie and Ericka shared with us a little about the details of planning this spring extravaganza:

We had 5 months to plan the wedding from scratch including a venue search. The wedding took place May 30, 2011. We helped our bride to choose the types of flowers she wanted, the color palette of pink, aquamarine, soft sage, golds, and ivories.The florist, Katherine of KD&J Botanica did the most amazing job with this wedding. She has such exquisite taste and was even able to get the stunning cherry blossoms for the ceremony in late May, which is a challenge. Linens were a custom pink Dupioni made for the bride’s wedding. We had about 12 candles per table for tons of candle light, including some floating gold candles which are unusual. Jacklyn and her team from JAG Studios did an amazing job on this wedding, the colors are breathtaking. We love the cake from Ana Parzych’s Cakes, all of her flowers are made an designed by hand out of fondant or gum paste, and they are hand painted and applied by Ana. Music provided by Vali Entertainment’s Uptown Mix, the same band that played for Chelsea Clinton’s wedding.

Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring
Wedding Blog Botanical Gardens Wedding Welcomes Spring

To see more from this wedding check out the video put together by Fairytale Studio.

Photographer: JAG Studios // Videography: Fairytale Studios // Venue: Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, The Palm House // Florist: KD&J Botanica // Stationery: Admire Design // Cake: Ana Parzych’s Cakes // Band: Uptown Mix // Lighting & AV Equipment: Correlation Productions