1. Confetti ceremony programs via MSW | 2. Cake from MSW | 3. Confetti invitation template from Oh Happy Day | 4. Tape via Urban Scarlet | 5. Jeweled dress via Shop Adam | 6. via Decor8 | 7. Ashley Meaders shot by Our Labor of Love via OnceWed | 8. Confetti cones shot by Carl Zoch via Ruffled | 9. Dot tags from Tokketok | 10. Mae Mae Paperie
Originally posted on September 7, 2011.
Badgley Mischka dress, $990 | Rho + Jo earrings, $160 | Shadow House cuff, $32 | Nina shoes, $89
– Tram @ Phi-Style.com
[images from Moorea Seal, Shopbop, and Nordstrom]
Low key was the way to be for this Brooklyn couple…I just love how easy restaurant weddings are!
From the bride:
Gerrett and I met in the most New York way possible (at the bar where he worked, of course), that it was only fitting we honor that with a low key Brooklyn wedding. As a professional event producer, I’ve always been of the opinion that creating the right feeling makes for the most memorable experiences. We opted to keep it simple with beautiful details. Gobs of candles, soft lighting, warm colors, rustic textures, gorgeous flowers, nothing too fussy. In foregoing many of the traditional wedding things we stayed really true to our own personal style. Getting to walk around our Red Hook neighborhood for pictures to jump over to Gowanus for the ceremony and party made it all feel totally authentic to our life together. It was the best day because we got to focus on just being in the moment together, rather then being held to tradition that didn’t suit us. Plus an insane dance party created by a rockin’ DJ.
Venue: The Pines, BK
Rings: Erica Weiner
Dress: Monique Lhuillier
Shoes: Pierre Hardy
Groom’s Attire: JCrew
Floral: Alyssa Leanne Hoppe
Cake: Momofuku Milk Bar
DJ: DJ MOS
[images from Our Love is Loud]