Floating World is an Asian art gallery with exposed brick, a large front window, and neutral colors. The venue has a couple great features including a separate room with a somewhat industrial feel (glass bricks, cement floor) that is beautifully draped for ceremonies or lighted for a great dance floor. And, a feature that’s often overlooked – a small Japanese garden on the roof that is a good break-away/photo spot for newlyweds or, as Jamie & Leslie did, an intimate ceremony before a larger reception.
The venue can accommodate 120 guests for a fully seated affair or up to 200 for a cocktail party. It works really well with the modular furniture and fruitwood tables shown below, but can also be dressed up with specialty linens and flowers.
As much as we can talk about a venue’s pluses or minuses, one of the most important things for us (and most of our clients) is the people with whom we get to work. Luckily FWG has that in the bag too. About 8 months ago they hired Allen Nichols, who we knew from another venue. Allen is a seasoned professional with a gift for gab and a positive outlook. We’re happy to be working with him wherever he is (unless he moves to Miami which we’re just not prepared for).
If you’d like to check out Floating World Gallery or try some tasty tidbits from FIG, visit us this Sunday for the Bridal March. Click image below for more information.
Photography of Jamie & Leslie's wedding by George Street Photography
Room shot with modular furniture from Floating World Gallery
Cake by Tipsycake