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Candice & Aaron: A Traditional Wedding in Detroit, MI

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Candice & Aaron in Detroit, MI
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White paper booklets printed with black typewriter print detailed the couple's wedding party and ceremony. The lowercase font contributed to the programs' modern, minimalist look.
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Candice and Aaron exchanged vows in a traditional Jewish ceremony beneath a huppah on-stage at the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Hall.
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Rich red lighting coupled with candlelight set the sultry scene for the reception space.
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Candice and Aaron went for an art-deco look with their four-tiered chocolate cake. Swirling black fondant, and fresh flowers embellished the dessert.
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Miniature desserts in shot glass topped with cherries and chocolate fans complemented the cake.
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Candice and Aaron danced to “Love Will Tear Us Apart,” by INXS, a fitting choice for their contemporary party.

Candice & Aaron in Detroit, MI

When Candice and Aaron found themselves single after long-term relationships, they headed to cyberspace. They found each other on Match.com and enjoyed their first chats so much that they met in person. The Bride Candice Lazar, 29, account manager The Groom Dr. Aaron Alper, 35, emergency medicine physician The Date August 31 Ten months later, Aaron decided he wanted to propose in an extraordinary way. Aaron popped the question 5,000 feet in the air while on a hot air balloon ride overlooking Napa Valley wine country. Candice was thrilled, and they capped off the amazing morning with a champagne brunch. The couple immediately hired Emerald City Designs to help them achieve their dream wedding: A strolling, lounge-like, cocktail party complete with food stations, causal seating and a relaxed atmosphere. To create the feel, they brought in white cabanas, palm trees and candles. A black, gold, silver and red color palette created a sensual setting.
- Tia Albright
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