You know I can’t resist a good Brooklyn wedding, especially when the grooms are as cute as these 2! These architects came up with a perfectly charming wedding complete with minimal florals and modern graphic elements…my favorite kind! My favorite detail is how they used Facebook photos of all their guests for the escort cards…so simple yet genius!
Venue: The Green Building
[images from Khaki Bedford Weddings with Ferris Vanderveer as second shooter]
Melinda & Chris’s relationship started with a date at Freeman’s, so its fitting that their marriage should start there as well!
Photographer: Michael Gross
After researching photographers, we found Michael’s website and saw that he not only took beautiful wedding photos, but also he took gorgeous still life images. His wedding shoots seemed to capture the particular feeling of the event, and that is when we decided that he was the photographer for us. We were so lucky to find someone to capture the beauty of our day, and he definitely delivered photos that bring us back to each moment of the day.
Makeup: Ashley Rike
We were very lucky to get Ashley! She is represented by Agency Gerard, and I called three weeks before the wedding hoping that she wasn’t booked. We never had a test run, but she made me look exactly (actually better) than I had wanted! She was such a pleasure to spend time with during the day!
Flowers: Jasmine’s Floral Design
We always use this small florist a few blocks away for weekly home arrangements. They always have beautiful blooms and their prices are fantastic. For our wedding, I wanted to keep it simple with varying arrangements of white roses. I ordered 12 dozen a week before the wedding and requested that they all be fully bloomed, which they were when they arrived at Freemans!
[images from Michael Gross Weddings]
These 2 very dashing fellows were married at the fabulous Eleven Madison Park restaurant, and at the end of their reception, held a fun cotillion where everyone got to wear masks and dance the night away!
Photography: Amber Knowles
Flowers: Blush Designs
Venue: Eleven Madison Park
Desserts: Buttercup Bakery
[images from Amber Knowles]
Lots of beautiful shots from this San Francisco wedding shot by Steep Street! I love the mix of the Victorian house with the modern decor inside…perfect!
Flowers – Soulflowersf – green florist who also runs an intern program with at risk kids to give them business skills. Emily is great, also does flower arranging classes and I’ve taken two (including one as a thank you with my bridesmaids and officiant) and they are really fun and you learn a ton.
Food – Nopalito – could not have asked for better food and people to work with. Allyson and Tanisha and their staff went above and beyond on everything – including meeting with us to pick out our rentals. We’ve finally stopped living off the leftover (except the popsicles) but the food was exactly what we wanted.
Drinks – NOPA (Nopalito’s higher end restaurant). They designed two specialty cocktails for us, in addition to their sangria and special lemondate.
Photography- Kelty of Steep Street
Month of Coordinator – Sadie at One Big Fish Green Events
Space – White Palace SF – John Martin, who could not have been nicer and he and his partner designed the house themselves – a 3 year project.
Hair – Charles at Oxenrose Salon and a good friend who I’ve seen for 8 years and heard about many many boyfriends pre-Paul so was almost as excited as I was when I got engaged
Dress – Lela Rose at Marina Morrison
[images from Steep Street Photography]
This super low-key but extra stylish City Hall affair was practically effortless thanks to Crystal’s talented friends…all the details below!
Tony and I have a romance made for the Lifetime channel: young college girl moves to London (me) meets cool British DJ (Tony), they manage to fall head over heels for each other, but her visa expires and she is deported. Because they’re determined to stay together, and she is now in Seattle and he is in London, they decide to marry… And what better half-way point than NYC?
I would just like to say, that this wedding has possibly been the most stressful adventure to date, for both Tony and myself. Our original plan was elopement, but as I’m the first out of my friends to get married, that idea was quickly tossed out the window.
The total wedding party ended up being about 20 people (13 of which were single girls might I add, during Fleet Week Weekend) and none of it could’ve happened without them. I wholly give credit to my friends who banded together to get this wedding in order. I had general ideas about what I wanted for the wedding, but they were the ones that actually ended up purchasing (with the aid of my credit card) all the decor, food, etc.
The whole theme of the wedding was “hipster-vintage” and we really wanted our reception space & attire to reflect that sentiment. I requested that all the girls wear “hot colours with a hat/headpiece (as a nod to British tradition), and in order to dress up the venue I decided on all white flowers & candles. The donuts were an orgasmic treat, and the reception room (cheekly entitled: The Low Rider Room) was decorated to perfection (thanks to the friends).
… All in all, it was a crazy-wonderful experience!
Dress: David’s Bridal | Shoes: Aldo | Hair & Make-up: Alexis Hamlin-Vogler | Cake: Momofuku Milk Bar | Donuts: Doughnut Plant | Photographer: Jenny Chen | Bouquet: Sprout Home | Venue: Rebar | Poster: “Keep Calm & Marry On” from Lovely Bride Blog | Cake Toppers: Enamor Weddings | Flowers: Wholesale from Costco.com | Table Linens: Goodwill
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