A Evening Candlelit Wedding Ceremony (From Barb Salzman)

How do you take a ceremony on the top of a rooftop in New York City (at the TriBeCa Rooftop to be exact) with sweeping views of the city and make it more romantic? Cover the space in candles. Barb Salzman, founder of Hatch Creative Studio used dozens of pillar candles set in glass vases around the altar and then illuminated a modern ceremony arch with several hanging votive candles. Such an easy, simple way to add instant ambience!

Photo: Joshua Zuckerman Photography

Photo: Joshua Zuckerman Photography

Barbara Salzman

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  • 03/30/13 at 10:15

    This is an awesome photo! So romantic. Another great lighting source for venues like this is sparklers! Sparklers Depot is hosting a giveaway here for a case of 20″ wedding sparklers. All you have to do to enter is submit your engagement photo!

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