Okay…it was really our sweet client couple, Walkitria and Hassan, who were serenaded by Grammy award-winning John Legend BUT our inventory was there too!
We were honored recently to provide event rentals for and to be a part of this beautiful wedding planned by Jade Lee Events and held at Atlanta’s Biltmore Ballrooms. The groom Hassan Smith, who’s the Road Manager for John Legend Inc., surprised everyone by having John as a groomsmen for his and Walkitria’s dream wedding. We just love that the first dance serenade was John’s rendition of Stevie Wonder‘s “Knocks Me Off My Feet.” It was an celebration event that was spectacular from beginning to end and worthy of being highlighted on the pages of Essence Magazine. Congratulations to the happy couple!
Photography credit: Justin DeMutiss Photography
About Jade Lee Events
Jade Lee Events is a boutique event planning and floral design firm based in Atlanta, Georgia. They provide timeless design, flawless coordination and chic styling for clients. Whether it be a sophisticated soiree, a chic baby shower or nuptials at an estate home, they provide an unparalleled experience. They offer both Floral Design and Event Planning. They love to work with clients that swoon over details, that care about the overall aesthetic of their event and want their guests to have an amazing time. They love to transform a hotel ballroom just as much as creating a tented reception and are there for their clients every step of the way to ensure that no detail is overlooked! For more information having Jade Lee Events plan your next event visit www.jadeleeevents.com.
About Biltmore Ballrooms Atlanta
Built in 1924, The Biltmore Hotel was the focal point of Atlanta’s business and social life for almost sixty years. This splendid landmark was designed by the architecture firm Shultze and Weaver, who also designed such legendary hotels as The Breakers in Palm Beach, New York’s Waldorf-Astoria, The Pierre, and The Sherry Netherland. Once publicized as “The South’s Supreme Hotel”, The Biltmore closed its doors in 1982, following changes in ownership and years of steady decline. In 1999, after sixteen years of neglect and abandonment, The Biltmore underwent a total renovation, transforming the former hotel into a combination of Class A office space, retail and special event space. With the renovation of The Georgian and Imperial Ballrooms, and now listed on The National Register of Historic Places, The Biltmore quickly recaptured its standing as one of the social and business epicenters of Atlanta. Featuring original handcrafted plaster relief ceilings, restored crystal chandeliers, Palladian windows and Tennessee marble floors, the Biltmore Ballrooms offer a truly spectacular backdrop for weddings, corporate events, or any social occasion. For more information on hosting your event at the Biltmore Ballrooms visit www.novareevents.com.