Megan Moore (28 and a teacher) and Eli Saline (28 and a financial planner) met while they were students at Emory University and dated for seven years. Eli proposed to Megan during a visit to Boston for Thanksgiving. He took her to Top of the Hub, a restaurant with skyline views, and bought her a dessert that read, "Will you marry me?" in chocolate. For their gorgeous, winter wedding, Megan and Eli chose the Cira Centre Atrium at JG Domestic as their venue. This modern Garces Trading Co. restaurant, located in the Amtrak building, boasts stunning, floor to ceiling views of the Philadelphia and allowed Megan and Eli to cater their favorite foods from various Garces Group restaurants. To decorate this contemporary space, Megan and Eli muted its industrial vibe with candlelight and green and white floral arrangements. The ceremony aisle was lined with lanterns and rose petals, and the couple's interfaith Catholic and Jewish ceremony took place under a wood arch covered in globe string lights. Pine and fir leaves wreathed the long dining tables and vintage wood boxes with votive candles were arranged alongside gold candlesticks and slabs of wood. Guests feasted on a jaw-dropping, four tier buttercream wedding cake, which was displayed on an antique wooden table and elegantly decorated with eucalyptus leaves. Megan and Eli's breathtaking wedding ended with a traditional Jewish Hora dance and lively music by the award-winning Vincent James Band. This spectacular wedding was warm and inviting, with its simple color palette, eclectic floral design and enchanting illumination.