Real wedding: Ellen + Harold

black and white invitation suite

This wedding truly was a modern yet elegant affair with details to perfection.  I especially loved the whiskey favors, a nod to the groom’s bar in Williamsburg.  The best favors in my opinion are the ones that have some sort of relation back to the couple!

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From the bride:

We wanted a modern, elegant, and comfortable New York wedding. Our wedding took place at the Wythe Hotel, which was the perfect venue for our modern and stylish look. We loved the industrial high ceilings and exposed brick in the main event hall. The venue has a lot of really unique artwork and details. Flower designer, Denise Fasanello, created gorgeous flower arrangements using lots of white and green flowers with pops of purple which went along with the modern décor. We had a fantastic DJ, Jay McElfresh, who was able to get all of our guests dancing. Sasithon Pooviriyakul was our amazing photographer for the wedding weekend. She was not only a positive addition to the day, but also her photographs showed that she understood the look, mood, and aesthetic that we had for our wedding.

Since the groom is one of the owners of Noorman’s Kil, a whisky bar in Williamsburg, we hand selected and bottled a single barrel of bourbon from Kings County Distillery for our wedding favors.

VENDORS

Venue: Wythe Hotel
Photography: Sasithon Photography
Flowers: Denise Fasanello Flowers
Dress: Vera Wang
Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Groom’s Suit: Brooks Brothers
Rings: Hirtz and Traubner
Earrings: Dannijo
Hair: Sally from Styles on B
Makeup: Anni Bruno
Invitations: Fourteen-Forty
DJ: Jay McElfresh
Wedding Favors: Kings County Distillery

[images from Sasithon Photography ]

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Real Brooklyn wedding: Nic + Mark

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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.

VENDORS

Photographer: Brooke Fitts for Brookelyn Photography
Venue & catering: The Brooklyn Winery
Officiant: Whitney Saffel
Florist: 2h Flowers
Musician: Colt Clark
Stationery: Sommer Stiles for Paper Anniversary
Bakery: Christina Tobia for Tobia Bakes
Brides attire: Dress by Nicole Miller; shoes by Badgley Mischka; jewelry by Irene Neuwirth
Groom’s attire: Suit by John Varvatos;  shoes by George Esquivel (both custom)
Make-up & groom’s hair: Amy Komorowski
Bride’s hair: Marcos Diaz
Favors: Tie bars by The Tie Bar for him; enamel bracelets x bauble bar as the favors for the ladies

[images from Brookelyn Photography]

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Real Wythe Hotel wedding: Alexis + Chris

centerpiece by michelle edgemont

What started out as an “engagement party” turned into the actual wedding, to the surprise of Alexis & Chris’s guests!  The Wythe Hotel acted as the perfect backdrop, with a stunning suspended floral display by non-other than BB contributor Michelle Edgemont!

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instax photos of guests

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From Michelle
The guests of this awesome wedding at The Wythe hotel were under the impression that they were arriving for Alexis and Chris’s engagement party. Surprise! An hour into the party, their loved ones were let in on the secret – they were really there for a wedding. The faces on their guests were the best I’ve ever seen at a wedding. Surprised and full of love! A sweet and loving ceremony under a cascade of globe lights was followed by a shower of metallic star confetti, jello shots, ice cream sandwiches, a beat boxer, and a lot of Instax photos.

Inspired by the roaring parties of the 1920s, candle light in metallic glasses lit the room. Vintage couches, coffee tables, rugs, side tables, and lamps gave the industrial room at The Wythe Hotel a homey, lounge feeling. Wild flowers of purple thistle, burgundy peonies, fiddle head ferm, and magenta carnations were accented by green succulents and custom made ikat table runners. The showstopper of the room was a hanging floral installation above the bar constructed out of hundreds of magenta carnations. Throughout the night, a photographer dedicated to only Instax photos captured the speakeasy party turned wedding.

VENDORS
Venue: The Wythe Hotel, Brooklyn, NY
Designer/Flowers: Michelle Edgemont
Photographer: Stacey Simpson for Levi Stolove Photography
Videographer: Kiss the Bride Films
Photos of Floral Installation: Jacquelyne Mae Photography
Vintage Furniture Rentals: Patina Rentals

[images from Stacey Simpson for Levi Stolove Photography]

Levi Stolove & Kiss the Bride Films are members of Brooklyn Bride’s preferred vendor listings

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