A Formal Winter Wedding in Scranton, PA

The Bride Cynthia Green, 38, a social worker at The Actors Fund in NYC and owner of a private psychotherapy practice The Groom Brent Donaldson, 39, a

The Bride Cynthia Green, 38, a social worker at The Actors Fund in NYC and owner of a private psychotherapy practice The Groom Brent Donaldson, 39, a vice president at White Mountains Reinsurance Company of America The Date February 19 Cindy and Brent wanted to create an intimate atmosphere, so they chose Scranton Cultural Center—a charming venue. Their color palette of deep purples warmed up the space and provided a nice contrast to the winter season.

Guests took home multicolored macarons elegantly packaged with light gold ribbon.
Alternating deep purple and glittered lavender ribbon trimmed each tier of the square wedding cake.
Orchid stems and long cherry blossom branches topped the favor table.
During the cocktail hour, guests relaxed in a lounge area decked out with purple draping and custom lamps.
Tall cylinders filled with submerged tulips, roses and orchids were set in a bed of purple flowers and greens.
A huge jazz fan, Cindy had the band play “The More I See You” by Harry Warren and Mack Gordon for the couple's first dance.
Dark purple block numbers resting next to purple centerpieces marked the tables.
Cindy wore a long, simple veil tucked into her updo.
Classic white calligraphy popped against the plum-colored escort cards.
Cocktail hour took place on the wraparound balcony so that guests could enjoy the view of the purple-lit ballroom from above.
Touches of gold (the napkin rings and chargers), mixed with purple linens, enhanced the regal style.
Cindy carried a petite all-white bouquet of calla lilies, stephanotis and orchids.