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Wedding at the Asian Jewels Restaurant in Flushing, New York

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The saying “everything happens for a reason” was true in the case for Kim and Joe.

jewish horah at queens weddingThis couple had their wedding planned at a Restaurant in Brooklyn. Three months before the wedding, the venue gave their date away with no explanation. They had to rush to find another venue and send out invitations.

The wedding took place at the Asian Jewels Restaurant in Flushing, New York and it turned out wonderful.

 

 

 

bride and groom cake cutting at queens weddingLocated in Downtown Flushing, this restaurant could not be more convenient for your guests.

The Long Island Railroad is minutes away, giving your guests easy access to NYC in less than 20 minutes!

The 7 train is also there along with many bus routes, making the restaurant super accessible.

 

 

 

Thankfully, the restaurant is also not far from LaGuardia Airport for the guests who may be flying in from out of town. Citifield also is not far away for people who have not visited the new stadium yet!

 

 

dancing time flushing new york weddingDJ Enrique and MC Johnny ensured the bride and groom had a smooth time planning the music part of their wedding, especially considering the issues they had with switching the venue last minute.

During the cocktail hour, the guests were able to watch a traditional Chinese Tea Ceremony which allowed everyone to get to know Chinese culture even better.

 

 

 

Adding parts of your cultural background to your wedding gives guests a unique way to remember your event and get to know you better!

 

 

 

 

father daughter bride dance at queens asain jewels seafood restauThe newlyweds danced for the first time to the song “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri. It was then time for the father-daughter dance and they chose the song “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” while the groom and his mother danced to the classic “Sunshine of my Life” by Stevie Wonder.

During the cake cutting ceremony, the song “Sweetest Thing” by U2 played.

 

 

wedding dancing fun at queens weddingfThe Asian Jewels Restaurant is not only convenient in terms of transportation but in terms of hotels as well.

For guests who are out of town there are plenty of options. Hotels nearby are Marco Hotel and The Parc.

 

 

 

 

Don’t want the party to end after the last dance?

Host your after party right nearby at The One Boutique Hotel! This hotel has a chic, trendy rooftop bar area, complete with Manhattan views and fire pits that will let your guests enjoy themselves into the late night!