A simple but super beautiful wedding that includes a picnic and ceremony in the park…if only all weddings could be as carefree as this!
[images from Sidney Morgan]
My favorite part of this wedding? The cool minty hues of those gorgeous bridesmaids dresses! They complement the romantic look of this affair so well!
From the bride:
We didn’t really have a theme for the wedding! We liked the quirkiness of the space—all the furniture, lamps and decoration like a giant white bough—so we sort of just went with it. We didn’t want anything fussy or super curated, so we let our great vendors sort of take the lead for inspiration, and it turned out great. Travis and I met at NYU where we were part of the same college Christian fellowship Intervarsity. We are so thankful for family and friends who supported and loved and encouraged us along the way; now we’re almost at our 2-year anniversary!
Venue: Metropolitan Building
Photographer: Albert Cheung Photography
Catering: Maia Pearl Catering
Dress: Panache Bridal
Alterations: Sew Elegant
Accessories: The Yellow Peony
Shoes: Vince Camuto
DJ: 74 Events, Duane Herriot
Invitations/signage: The Crooked Twig
Photo booth: Party Booth NYC
[images from Albert Cheung]
This super stylish couple totally KILLED IT in the fashion department…I’m loving how cool everything looks!
Photographer: Ashe Photography//Hair Stylist: Butterfly Studio Salon//Bakery: Dunwell Doughnuts//Event Planner: Events by Parties N All LLC//Bakery: Mary Bakes Vegan//Caterer: Mexicue//Caterer: Red Hook Lobster Pound//Event Venue: The Green Building
[images from Ashe Photography]
Its June, which means the warmer weather is finally upon us…this wedding on the beach is just everything thats right about Summer!
[images from Flora + Fauna]
I had no idea you could get hitched at the Steelcase showroom in NYC, but its now on my list of places to recommend because its nice and modern, and right by Central Park, so perfect for photos before and after! These guys did it up right with minimal decor and some sharp style.
[images from Levi Stolove Photography]