"...It was an exquisite event, the working mandate clearly for celebration over pomp. Everything was planned impeccably to the last detail, which couldn't have been easy. Said plans were not immune to the vagaries of the Almighty, whose weather agenda forced a venue change for the 6 p.m. ceremony from the garden of Robert's house to His house, the Church of the Messiah. ... Somehow, the altar was dressed with huge, simple explosions of blue hydrangeas by Tina Keil of Bella Fiori in nearby Red Hook..."
Bridget Foley's Diary: A Wedding in Rhinebeck (WWD.com, July 2015)