Outdoor Terrace Wedding Ceremony at the Cruz Building

Stephen and Meghan were the first to take advantage of the Cruz Building’s beautiful outdoor terrace to perform their wedding ceremony. Guests gathered among a garden of lush tropical plants and dangling crystal to witness this couple be joined in matrimony. Afterwards the reception took place indoors. It was an exquisite celebration of their love and a wonderful way to take advantage of every aspect that the Cruz Building has to offer. Thanks to Tony Gajate Wedding Photography, Elite Planning Firm, Solaris Mood, A Joy Wallace Catering, Diamonette, Mia’s Garden’s and Elements & Accents.

Outdoor Terrace Wedding Ceremony

The wedding arches adorned with crystal accents and beautiful flowers create a magical elegance on the Cruz Building Terrace. Photo by Tony Gajarte.

Outdoor Terrace Wedding Ceremony

The angled seating in this seating arrangement on the Cruz Building Terrace allows for all of the wedding guests to have a great view of the ceremony. Photo by Tony Gajarte.

Outdoor Terrace Wedding Ceremony

The lush tropical plants create a beautiful natural setting amid the richness of the architecture of the Cruz Building. Photo courtesy of A Joy Wallace catering.

Outdoor Terrace Wedding Ceremony

The outdoor terrace of the Cruz Building is the perfect setting for a wedding reception or ceremony. Photo courtesy of Joy Wallace Catering.

Wedding Reception Lounge Setup

The modern white leather furniture was a perfect lounge setting for Meghan and Stephen’s wedding guests while taking a break from dancing on the first floor. Photo by Tony Gajarte.

Wedding Reception Seating

The ruffled chairs and towering floral and crystal centerpieces on the second floor of the Cruz Building added a whimsical yet luxurious air to the wedding dinner setting. Photo by Tony Gajarte.

Second Floor Wedding Reception

The booths to the right of the long center table create a perfect location for family seating when children are present at an event at the Cruz Building. Photo by Tony Gajarte.

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