These hairpieces are so Euro…I’ve loving the oversized flowers and tinted veils.
[images from Wedding Aisle] via head vs. heart
Brooklyn Bride is going to be getting a face-lift soon, and it seems like the right time to bring on some new blood and get some new columns cooking over here!
I’m currently looking for 2-3 assistant editors to help with the day to day aspects of running Brooklyn Bride.
The ideal candidate:
* Has a great writing style
* Has a similar aesthetic to Brooklyn Bride – modern, fresh, quirky, colorful
* WordPress, InDesign + Photoshop experience preferred
* Can do 1-2 posts a week
* Specifically looking for people to help contribute with DIY, Real Weddings, engagement shoots, studio tours, product roundups, event coverage, etc.
Editorial positions are unpaid on a trial basis for the first 3 months, after which will be compensated.
To apply, please send a sample post along with an inspiration board of images that visually convey your aesthetic, and preferred topics to cover via email with the subject heading “editor position”. Unfortunately I will not be able to respond to each applicant personally, but thank you in advance for your interest in joining the team!!
I’m also looking for an intern to help me out with submissions, running the FB page, managing emails, helping with laying out posts, etc. You should have a love of modern design and weddings as a whole. If you’re interested, please email me with subject heading “intern” and your resume with why you think working at Brooklyn Bride would be a good fit. This position is only a couple of hours a week and you do not have to live in Brooklyn, but living in the tri-state area might be helpful so you can attend local events. This position is unpaid.
Every time I see this wedding, I keep thinking how quintessentially Brooklyn it is…
What a classic portrait!
Photographer: Heather O’Brien of Oak Street Studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn
Ceremony Venue: Greenpoint Shul
Reception Venue: Polonaise Terrace in Greenpoint, Brooklyn
Band: Slavic Soul Party
Formal Photographs location: Le Grenier Antiques and Houseware in Greenpoint, Brooklyn
[images from Oak Street Studio]
A couple after my own heart…Chad and I are transplants to Brooklyn and for our wedding wanted nothing but to have all our relatives love it as much as we did!
I’m from Florida and Colin is from Michigan, but Brooklyn is where we have “nested.” It was extremely important to us to bring our closest friends and family to the place we both call home for our wedding day. We stumbled upon MyMoon which was only 11 blocks from our home and it was everything we wanted in a venue – urban with a hint of romance, an outdoor space and plenty of room for dancing (including a specially choreographed line dance from mother of the bride, an avid line dancer)! Most of the elements were DIY and it brought a more personal touch to a wedding that focused on family, friends, love and overall good times! We can honestly say, as many couple before us, it was the best day of our lives!
[images from Robert Sukrachand Photography]
Robert Sukrachand is a member of Brooklyn Bride’s preferred vendor listings
Suzanne & Paul did New York City up right with their wedding…ceremony up at a stylish hotel rooftop, and the reception at a stylish eatery!
We tied the knot with our current hometown and favorite city as backdrop at the Cooper Square Hotel. We couldn’t have asked for anything more. The penthouse space with its overwhelming views of downtown Manhattan was the perfect vessel for our moving ceremony officiated by a friend ordained for the wedding. Our intimate group of 98 then paraded three blocks to Butter restaurant for a family-style feast by the amazing chef Alex Guarnaschelli. Tiny birch logs I sanded by hand and stamped with guests’ names served as placecards, and tapered candles and vintage wine glasses culled from thrift stores worked as simple centerpieces. The evening unfolded with one beautiful memory after another as the laughter, heartfelt words and exuberant dancing went on late into the night. Highlights included a surprise groom’s cake shaped like our dog Milo jumping out a present, and a sweet ending when our party tumbled into the street where an ice cream truck provided by our friends at Heartsrevolution awaited.
Location: Cooper Square Hotel
Dress & Veil: Vera Wang
Jewelry: Kentshire @ Bergdorf Goodman
Hair and Makeup: Sissi Chan
Groom’s Suit: Isaia
Photographer: Bonnie Tsang
Cake: Pink Cake Box
Ice Cream Truck: Heartschallenger from Heartsrevolution
[images from Bonnie Tsang]