It might sound silly but after being together 10+ years it turned out that our wedding was really worth waiting for. We were married on May 30th at East Hampton Point. We worked with a talented and fun group of people across the board and all the parts came together beautifully.
Sesame Letterpress in Dumbo designed and printed our invitations. In sapphire and silver gray, they were sophisticated yet whimsical — the exact mood we wanted to set for the wedding. Robyn Wylde, who is also based in Brooklyn, was our fantastic calligrapher.
I wore Rosa Clara. I fell in love with the dress on the designer's web site, serendipitously found it on a sample sale rack at my first dress appointment and brought it to Pinpoint Bridal for the alterations. Adam wore Ralph Lauren Black Label. Matthew Green did an amazing job with my hair based on my extremely unclear request for a perfectly imperfect style. I found the lovely hair flower — handmade from antique ribbon — at Tinsel Trading the weekend before we were married. Jennifer Nam is a true, true artist with makeup and gave me a perfectly natural and luminous look.
East Hampton Point had such romantic ambiance, absolutely delicious food and the sunset over the water was incredible! Amagansett Flowers by Beth made the gorgeous arrangements and the unique chuppah where Rabbi Zimmerman from the Jewish Center of the Hamptons married us. Jazz vocalist Tereasa Vinson's singing graced the cocktails, which we did first (that was a wonderful way to start the evening) and Bud Maltin Music rocked the reception.
And the amazing Janet and Lisa of JL Photografia have given us the ultimate gift of capturing everything so sublimely.
[images from JL Photografia]