You’ll be hard pressed to find a cooler NYC wedding than this one shot by the fabulous Mademoiselle Fiona. Super simple and modern (thanks to this architect trained bride) with pops of gold and neon, there’s lots of inspiration to take away.
Photography: Mademoiselle Fiona
Pre-Event Venue: The Nolitan Hotel
Reception and Ceremony Venue: PUBLIC
DJ: DJ Ceremony
Bride’s Dress: Custom-Designed by Katie Ermilio
Bride’s Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Groom’s Tuxedo: Zegna
Groom’s Shoes: Lanvin
Rings: Satomi Kawakita
Bridesmaid Dresses: Vintage 1950s dresses by Ceil Chapman and Sam Friedlander, found at The Cat’s Meow
Bridesmaid Shoes: Ivanka Trump, Nine West
Bridesmaid Jewelry: k2o, Kelly Wearstler
Hair: Vanessa Afshari (646) 221-1514
Make-Up: Kim Do
Food and Beverage: PUBLIC
Cake: Ellen Mirsky, PUBLIC’s Executive Pastry Chef
Flowers and Décor: Amy Chin
Balloons: Brooklyn Balloon Company
Invitation, Packaging, Drink Stirrers, Seating Chart, and Neon Design: Bride
Favors: Champagne Jelly by Astrid Pinnington (mother-of-the-bride)
Neon Heart and Initials: Let There Be Neon
[images from Mademoiselle Fiona]
If you like a little hilarity with your wedding inspiration, Alison over at The Knotty Bride is the place for you!
Hi friendlies! Alison here. The plan is to inspire the crap out of your faces today with some colorful , so put your inspiration helmets on and buckle up.
I dig Vané of Brooklyn Bride because she offer something very unique; wedding and event inspiration and design that boasts a cool, modern edge. So I tried my hand at gathering together some modern-ish style and know what I found gets *my* heart pumping; here’s hoping it has a similar effect on yours.
The decor inspo I gathered has everything to do with two trends I’m positively consumed by right now. I love the geometric trend, and I’m getting a real kick out of the neon trend. I know I’m just one of a buttload of kids out there obsessed with those two things, but that’s never stopped me from adoring something before. Seems to make sense that if something becomes a trend it’s because enough people enjoyed the f**k out of it in its beginnings to cause it to spread like wildfire. AMIRITE? Ok putting the trend-following apologist in me aside, I’m really glad to have been able to share some of my fave finds within those two styles and hopefully I’ve inspired the trendster inside of you.
xoxo! - Alison (The Knotty Bride)
Here’s a fun inspiration shoot to kick off your weekend with a bit of neon pop….I just love how the invitation translates over to the caketopper, escort cards and signage on the chairs!
Floral Design and Styling: Juli Vaughn Designs
Photography: Amber Wilburn Photography
Invitations and Paper Accents: Julia’s Poppies Design
Furniture and Vintage Items: Four Inch Fold
Venue: Ambient + Studio
[images from Amber Wilburn Photography]