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Black-Tie Elegance at Maison Albion | Western New York Wedding Venue | Maison Albion

Isabella and Ben's black and white wedding at Maison Albion reminded us that few things are as romantic and timeless as a black-tie wedding. Isabella and Ben, along with Brittney Comstock Event Planning & Coordination, created a genuinely modern chic wedding to keep with the sophisticated venue look.

Isabella and Ben chose a classic black-and-white color palette for their bridesmaids and groomsmen. Isabella's gown was a simple minimalist satin wedding dress with a v-neck and swept-back train; Isabella's dress was the perfect description of simple yet elegant! The bridesmaids wore black midi dresses with a flattering side slit and carried a white floral bouquet. The groomsmen all wore black suits, and who doesn't love men in classic black suits?

As guests arrived for the ceremony, they were welcomed with the grand sight of our four-pillared grand porch and then handed a coupe de champagne topped with delicate rice paper announcing the bride and groom. Guests then took seats at Isabella and Ben's ceremony location within Maison Albion's Great Lawn. There wasn't a dry eye in sight as Ben and Isabella vowed their love for one another and became husband and wife.

After the ceremony, the newlyweds took to the dance floor to share their first dance surrounded by everyone they love, aglow by the chandeliers in the Ballroom at Maison Albion.

To go along with the elegant evening, the decor for the reception was white linens, white roses, and tall white pillar candles. After enjoying a delicious dinner catered by Zambistros, Isabella and Ben danced the night away on Maison Albion's Ballroom Patio. Isabella changed from her satin gown to a white lace, midi, spaghetti strap dress to be more comfortable dancing.

A historic 1878 mansion, black tie attire, infinite love, and many helping hands were part of Isabella and Ben's timeless wedding at Maison Albion.


Caterer: @zambistro

Rentals: @nolans_rental

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