When this bride and groom were ready to tie the knot, choosing Mountain City Club was an easy decision. They knew the venue would provide the precise historical ambiance they were looking for.
With modern amenities and old-world charm seamlessly blended, Mountain City Club provided a magical backdrop and unmatched elegance and convenience for the couple’s special day.
“Like many brides, I’ve imagined my perfect wedding day for many years,” says the bride. “The professional team at Mountain City Club was able to share in my vision and help me create the day I’ve always wanted.”
The ceremony was adorned with lush greenery, white dahlias, candlelight, and gold accents perfectly capturing the essence of the season.
“In addition to the flawless execution of my vision for this special day, the amenities and convenience of in-house vendors allowed me to focus on my husband and not the minor details,” remarks the bride.
Located in the heart of West Village, the on-site parking was appealing because, with an extensive guest list, the ability to accommodate a crowd was key. They also took advantage of the full bar and in-house baker to keep their guests happy and their focus on each other. The club’s open floor plan facilitated a smooth transition from the ceremony through the grand exit.
For cocktail hour, high-top tables placed throughout the ballroom encouraged guests to mingle and enjoy delectable hors d’oeuvres and specialty beverages. Attendees were escorted to linen-covered tables with gold chairs for dinner where they enjoyed a culinary experience under the glow of crystal chandeliers. A four-tiered cake artfully covered in pearlescent beading followed the main course.
As the evening drew to a close, the newlyweds’ families and friends bid them a grand farewell from the historic venue. Reflecting on their special day, the couple notes the charm and convenience of Mountain City Club made a lasting impact.
“We’ll never forget how Mountain City Club made the first day of our lives together so special,” says the bride. “We wouldn’t change a thing.”
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