Marriages are about two individuals coming together to balance each other and form something new. It is fitting, then, that for this wedding hall in Williamsburg, we designed two distinct but complementary types of fixtures that would play seamlessly in the space.
To adorn this high-ceilinged hall, we chose Dew pendants for the chandeliers. Densely grouped — signifying togetherness — the pendants extend down gracefully above the tables. The reigning idea is simplicity; nothing should detract from the couple on their big night, only serve to highlight them. We used four monopoint grippers four inches in diameter each to hold up a total of 480 Dew pendants. Like each couple that will celebrate here, this chandelier is completely unique.
We also created eight Ivy Branch sconces using a total of 120 pendants. The sconces flank the sides of the space’s impressive doors, so they needed to be large while still remaining subtle and complementing the chandeliers. Each one flanks a side, transforming the doors into pieces of art. By using the same colors for the glass in the sconces as the chandeliers — amber, clear, and gray — we achieved continuity.
Designer: Designs by Debbie