Mt. Echo Pavilion is one of the finest venues of the Cincinnati Park System. Buckeye and Sycamore trees encompass an Italianate-style pavilion with a diverse arrangement of flowers and a stylish, open design, providing a magnificent view of the Cincinnati Skyline.
The Wedding couple, Coda and Ben, chose the perfect layout and location for their outdoor wedding; it was a unique mix of the beauty the city has to offer, as well as the serenity of nature. The architecture was aesthetically pleasing and complimented the theme of the wedding: geodes. Along with wildflowers, there were large geodes on every table and a wedding cake expertly designed to resemble a deep purple amethyst. We set up The Big Black Photo Booth right beside the bar under the pavilion, DJ Nate The Great was across from the booth on the opposite wall and a gourmet buffet between us, which was later moved to make room for the dance floor.
During cocktail hour, a talented vocalist/acoustic guitar player delivered sweet, tasteful tunes as the guests discussed the lovely ceremony. Coda and Ben are singer/dancers so for their first dance they performed an entire number for everyone! The guests were enthralled and watching the couple shine together was a touching sight to see.
DJ Nate The Great sounded amazing! He pumped up the crowd more than I’ve ever seen before; singing, rapping and dancing with the guests while the disc jockey did his thing. It was a delightful, quaint wedding and at the same instant, full of energy and life. It was a definite success for the wedding couple, congratulations, Coda and Ben!
Caterers/Bartenders: Eat Well