[images from Khaki Bedford Weddings]
[images from Khaki Bedford Weddings]
Isn’t this kind of the perfect wedding to show off after Valentine’s Day? Bright, crisp details, florals to perfection, and bridesmaids dresses in the happiest shade of pink.
Photography: Khaki Bedford Photography
Wedding Planner: Anne Book Signature Style
Flowers: Rose Red & Lavender
Second Photographer: Jonica Moore Studio
Shoes: JIMMY CHOO
Groom Getting Ready Venue: Wythe Hotel
Ceremony/ Reception Venue: Brooklyn Winery
Lighting: BML-Blackbird Theatrical Services
DJ : 74 Events
Hair and Make up: Fringe Salon NY
Invitations: Paperless Post
Groom Suit: Zegna
Bride’s Ring: family heirloom
Groom’s Ring: Kay Jewelers
Escort Cards: Handmade by bride and sister
[images from Khaki Bedford]
This wedding has tons of DIY details, gorgeous golden bridesmaids, and a unicorn mask. What more could you ask for??
The most important thing to us was that our wedding day to be true to our personal style, intimate for our guests, and fun as hell. We chose Brooklyn Winery because of the beautifully urban/rustic feel, the warmth of the small intimate rooms, and the incredible food – served family style to make our guests feel at home.
We wanted the ceremony to set the tone for the rest of the wedding, so we had our dear friend Kate perform it, with family members doing select readings. There was laughter, tears, an incredible amount of love… and ribbon wands waving like crazy.
I’m a DIY nerd when it comes to paper, and I wanted every piece of paper at the wedding to be DIY and make a statement – from the invitations to the place cards to the signs around the reception (my favorite was the bathroom sign, “You look oh so pretty… now get out there and dance!”). So I found a graphic print that was to die for and I went to town with it.
The day was everything we hoped it would be – romantic, full of personal touches, full of our closest family and friends – and most importantly, full of love.
Ceremony and reception: Brooklyn Winery
Photographer: Amber Gress
Florist: Violet and Verde
DJ: Scratch Weddings
Makeup: Jonny Polizzi Make Up Art
Hair: Soon Beauty Lab
Bride’s dress: BHLDN
Earrings and bracelet: Kate Spade
Groom’s tux: Hardy Amies (via Bloomingdales)
Rings: Elleven Jewelry
Graphic print paper: Hammerpress
[images from Amber Gress]
I have 75 guests that can back me up on this but I was literally the chillest bride ever. That’s what I remember most about that day, the way I felt, which was calm, joyous & aware. That’s a result, really, of those aforementioned guests & all the rest of the kind & immensely talented humans it took to interpret our love story into one unforgettable day. So, to our family, friends & vendors: a wholehearted thank you. Your presence & support on that day is the foundation of our memories.
I think being a carefree bride is a chose & it starts in the planning process. My husband & I are both in creative fields (he is a software developer, I am a fashion editor/stylist), so creating a certain aesthetic was important to us so we made it a priority to hire people whose eye & work we believed in & could trust to channel our vision & sensibility. Then we just let them bring the elements of their expertise to us. That’s my biggest advice to future brides’s to be: hire well, worry less.
[images from Brookelyn Photography]
Lots of color pops in this Brooklyn Winery wedding…check out all the details from the bride below.
From the onset of planning our wedding our main goals were to throw an event that we would want to attend. The list of musts included great wine, food, music and some personal touches. As soon as we finished our first glass of wine at The Brooklyn Winery we knew that it was the place to host our celebration. They exceeded all of our expectations, including referring us to our photographer, Rima Brindamour, who documented the night’s festivities along with vision and flare. Both Rima and The Brooklyn Winery recommended Magnolia Photobooth Company to us, which I immediately knew we had to add to the mix, they provided a great form of entertainment as well as a personal keepsake for many of our guests.
Our ceremony started with a heart felt version of “Till There Was You” performed by Sarah King and The Smoke Rings, who went on to provide perfect sound track to our evening. Due to my love for ice cream, we skipped the cake and capped off the festivities with ice cream and coffee service from Van Leeuwen.
In my eyes our wedding was a complete success. We were married by my brother, who was ordained for the occasion, and my now husband wrote our ceremony and vows. All of the signage and invitations were personally designed by me to fit the feel and tone of our occasion. The day exceeded all of my expectations, from the amazing flowers my sister-in-law arranged to photobooth pictures with my newly official in-laws. The fears that I had during the planning process, mainly of finding myself a bride at a stiff, exceedingly expensive, stuffy and simply “not me” wedding, were completely unwarranted. The event was a light-hearted and genuine way to celebrate the love and commitment of our relationship. From start to finish our wedding was completed with the love and help of our friends and families, we truly could not have done it without them all.
[images from Rima Brindamour]