The Grand Processional. The Grand Entrance.
There is something special about a wedding processional. There is something special about a wedding grand entrance. A very classic representation of a “Grand Processional” is the painting “Spring” by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema.
My daughter Sara has been studying ballet for some years now and has danced in numerous California Contemporary Ballet productions including “The Legend of Jackfrost”, “The Snow Queen” and “Thumbelina.” This caught the eye of Jacob of Wedding Factories. Jacob is a wedding designer and artist. His photographs Jacob Galleries show a unique viewpoint; very creative. Seeing Sara dance (in our living room) he got the idea of featuring a ballet performance as part of a bridal grand entrance to a wedding reception. This video montage shows an expansive yet simple design at the Ambassador Auditorium and includes a short excerpt of Sara performing with the dance group Quatre Belle as part of the grand entrance just before the first dance. The triumph of a wedding is yet heightened by the use of performance; in this case the simple use of “Ballet Dancers” and “Music” as part of a grand entrance. In short, brilliant wedding idea! See more at WeddingFactories.com.
Congratulations Irene and Rommy! Thank you for bringing us all together. Congratulations Jacob! Thank you for putting it all together. Congratulations Sara and Quatre Belle for a beautiful performance!
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