This past weekend was the wedding of one of my dearest college friends, Christina, up in Keene, New Hampshire. The fabulous Jen Huang came up to shoot it, so when I get those photos, I’ll definitely be sharing them with you!
I do have to say something though….as the acting “wedding coordinator” for the day, I just have to say to all the brides out there, if you have a wedding planner, THANK THEM! They have a tough job (as I found out), and totally rock! Its definitely not as easy as it looks, but its totally worth it.
[image by my hubby Chad]
These rings from the new Shaesby bridal collection are just beautifully organic…that last one looks like a sprinkling of stars, doesn’t it?
[images from Shaesby]
Brooklyn Bride reader Cara is having a total crisis with her reception…anyone have any ideas?
I’m sort of in crisis mode and wondering if you and/or the Brooklyn Bride community can help. I’m getting married on October 10 in Park Slope. The ceremony is at St. Saviour Catholic church (8th Ave/6th Street) and the reception was going to be at a local restaurant. The restaurant said they didn’t need a deposit until we had finalized the menu – but we had worked out several other details and drafted a contract. So after our recent tasting I emailed the owner with our finalized menu choices and asked when we should drop off the deposit. He responded with a short email that said they had changed their events policy and will no longer close the restaurant for events and that if we’d like to use a portion of the restaurant for an event no larger than 65 people he could work with us. Our guest list 130 (according the previous arrangement we made) – we’ve already sent Save-the-Dates, our families have booked hotel rooms in Park Slope, we’re in the process of printing invitations with the name of the restaurant on them, and we’re less than 4 months away. Needless to say we’re sort of freaking out. As a back-up we might be able to hold the reception in the parish hall at the church, but we’ll need to very quickly figure out decorations and catering. I’m wondering if anyone has any suggestions on where to turn for venues in Brooklyn that might still have availability on short notice and can handle 130 guests or caterers that won’t break the bank and are easy to work with (as I’ll probably be more frazzled than anticipated) … since I hadn’t intended on using a caterer, I didn’t do any research about local options. Help!!
Since my @brooklynbride account was suspended (probably due to the hackjob), I’m temporarily relocated to @bklynbrideblog, so feel free to follow me there. If I ever get my hands on that hacker……
Just wanted to pop in and let you know that Brooklyn Bride is finally up and running again, thanks to Lucia over at dlsh. Apparently, a hacker got into my system and installed some malware, which led to a lot of red notices on computer screens and for Google to setup lots of warnings. Its even affected my Twitter, which is attached to the blog via RSS feeds, so hopefully that will get sorted out soon.
Sorry for any confusion the past few days…I was locked out of my admin and couldn’t do anything!