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On the Rooftop

  |   By Roseanne Dela Rosa

I don’t know how popular this idea is, but I think it’s a great one, especially if you live in the city. What do you think of hosting a rooftop wedding reception?

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On the Rooftop

I think there’s nothing more romantic than watching the sunset and having the city lights as your backdrop. Granted, you’d have to have the perfect weather, so this idea would only fly if you were tying the knot during the summer or if you planned on a destination wedding in a warm location. If you still can’t picture it, I found this rooftop patio from the Ivy Hotel (ivyhotel.com), located in San Diego, to show you how a simple space can be transformed into a romantic atmosphere. I’m totally digging this vibe. Love the low candles and plush couches—so perfect for an intimate W-day. Don’t you agree? But if you’ve already chosen your reception venue, a rooftop party would also work well for rehearsal dinners, Jack and Jills or engagement parties.

This article was originally published on Apr 06, 2009
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