[images from Off BEET Productions]
[images from Off BEET Productions]
[images from Photo Philosophies]
I absolutely love everything about this hyper-local Brooklyn shoot…the vendors took the inspiration from Glasserie and translated it perfectly for this bridal inspiration. Scroll down for more information on the shoot!
This Brooklyn styled shoot is full of eclectic and geometric inspiration. Glasserie’s incredible mint green diamond wallpaper against dark wood floors and industrial design inspired a palette of muted colors paired with soft textiles and geometric shapes. We utilized natural fabrics paired with ceramics and touches of brass to create layers of texture and color throughout the shoot. Rather than work with a single designer for the women’s attire, we paired modern, edgier pieces from Titania Inglis with the soft, romantic work of Alexandra Grecco. Our beautiful DIY yarn and tassle ceremony backdrop was created by designer Michelle Bablo with gorgeous pieces from Adaptations for our tablescape and lounge area.
This shoot was also hyper-local and exclusively features vendors who live/work in the Greenpoint & Williamsburg neighborhoods of Brooklyn. We could all walk home once we were done!
Designer/Florist: Michelle Bablo
Planning: Modern Kicks
Photographer: Katie Osgood
Paper: And Here We Are
Women’s Rings/Earrings: Winden Jewelry
Ceremony Dress & Outerwear: Titania Inglis
Bridesmaids & Reception Dress: Alexandra Grecco
Men’s Suits: Brooklyn Tailors
Men’s Accessories: In God We Trust
Makeup & Hair: Bespoke Beauty and Bridal
Styling Assistant: Emily Shapiro
[images from Katie Osgood]
Calling all Brooklyn brides! Mociun White is finally open, and ready for the masses! I had an opportunity to pop in a few weeks ago to check it out, and its spectacular. First off, its incredibly colorful in its design, perfect for the modern lover in us all. Secondly, the dresses are by jewelry master Caitlin Mociun, along with a few designs from Naeem Khan and others. She’ll be bringing the custom jewelry over from her other store and will be developing pieces for registry, which I think is going to be a big hit.
PS I love the store design so much I’m showing some more images over at Brooklyn Living, so head over there to check it out.
Mociun White | 99 N. 1st St. Brooklyn. By appointment only.
[images from Mociun White]
I sometimes think I have a sixth sense when it comes to picking out weddings of architects….maybe its because I’m married to one? They’re always my favorite when it comes to stylish detailing, and Nora & Clay’s may be my ultimate fav! I just can’t get over that lush bouquet!!
From the bride:
Clay and I met in architecture school, so we naturally leaned toward DIY when it came to planning our wedding. We were excited to put together a fun weekend to share our beloved Brooklyn with our family and friends. The various activities and events took us through some of favorite BK spots, including Frankies, Smorgasburg, Brooklyn Bridge Park, and Smack Mellon, where we capped the weekend celebration.We designed all of the graphics and paper goods and planned out the space design over some late-night studio work sessions at home. It was a true collaborative design project to put all the pieces together!On the day of, we had a talented crew of friends and family who helped make all our design planning a reality. The team at Emily Thompson Flowers worked with us to create the most stunning personal flowers, in addition to supplying beautiful stems and pear branches which our friends cut and arranged. Our friends also took on setting up the outdoor Pebble Beach ceremony and the Smack Mellon reception to create spaces exactly as we envisioned! From filling each balloon, to tying the handmade table number tags, to setting up the candles, flowers, and totes…this was truly a labor of love.We were lucky enough to work with some truly incredible vendors who were all immensely kind, talented, and just all-around-wonderful people: Chef Rossi and The Raging Skillet helped us create a unique and delicious multi-ethnic menu to reflect our cultural backgrounds (Swedish, Korean, and Midwestern); Isabelle Selby captured the day beautifully; and DJ Rob Kelley with 74 Events created one of the best dance parties we have ever experienced! The best part of the whole weekend was bringing together our loved ones from all facets of our lives, seeing them meet one another and have a great time together celebrating and dancing the night away.
Photographer: Isabelle Selby Photography//DJ: 74 Events//Fashion Designer: Brooklyn Tailors//Jewelry: Catbird//Floral Designer: Emily Thompson Flowers//Makeup & Hair Stylist: Jackie Schneider Beauty//Musicians: Katy Frame//Bakery: Momofuku Milk Bar//Dress Designer: Saja//Event Venue: Smack Mellon//Event Planner: The Handmade Event//Caterer: The Raging Skillet
[images from Isabelle Selby Photography]
Isabelle Selby is a member of Brooklyn Bride’s preferred vendor listings