Part 2 of Lifetime’s most popular locations features The Cincinnati Netherland Plaza again. This time from the hotel’s original night club the Pavillion Caprice. This was the “big band” night spot in Cincinnati in the ’30 and ’40’s that featured some of the era’s best! This included Doris Day’s professional debut, in a tiered ballroom. In 1985, the Pavillion Caprice Room helped the hotel earned it’s National Landmark status and earned a place on the National Historic Register.
Missy and Michael did this evening with perfection, they hired one of Cincinnati’s best big bands; Jack Garrett and the Syndicate. As the bride and groom were introduced, the band did an intro that immediately packed the dance floor with nearly ever guest dancing. It was one of the greatest intros we have ever captured. Huge thanks to Sherri Barber of Sherri Barber Photography for lending her incrielbe talents to this wedding trailer. The entire evening would not have come together without all the attention to detail from Elisa Mackenzie of Elegant Events by Elisa. We’ll be featuring another Hilton Netherland Plaza wedding with her and staff next week.
The team that rocked this celebration: