Real wedding: Erin + Jon

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From the bride:
Jon and I started dating long distance, but our relationship flourished when we decided to be together in Brooklyn, New York. While we shared friends in Chicago and I had familial ties to Richmond, VA, New York had to be the place we said, “I do.” Our goal was to create a day with our close family and friends that allowed us to be present of mind, remembering each moment and why we’re taking this step in our relationship. What better way to connote that intention then by sharing one of our favorite meals overlooking the city that brought us together. The Wythe captured our aesthetic and energy as a couple and the boozy brunch added to the moody weather day, making it altogether perfect. When it comes to my bridal style, I didn’t want to feel artificial and calculated. Rather, I wanted to feel classic, relaxed and elegant with a little bit of sass and cheekiness. A blush dress with flowing lines allowed me to experiment with different accessories and create a look all my own.
Dress: Used from Urban Set Bride in Richmond, VA and beautifully altered to my liking by Sandra Usherov in Brooklyn.
Flowers: Park Delicatessen in Brooklyn, NY
Headpiece: Percy Handmade
Hair by: Christina Crosthwaite of Fringe Salon in Chicago
Location + food: Wythe Hotel // Food and Booze from Wythe
Donut Tower: Dough Donuts

[images from Our Love Is Loud]

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Real wedding: Nina + Gerrett

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Low key was the way to be for this Brooklyn couple…I just love how easy restaurant weddings are!

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From the bride:
Gerrett and I met in the most New York way possible (at the bar where he worked, of course), that it was only fitting we honor that with a low key Brooklyn wedding. As a professional event producer, I’ve always been of the opinion that creating the right feeling makes for the most memorable experiences. We opted to keep it simple with beautiful details. Gobs of candles, soft lighting, warm colors, rustic textures, gorgeous flowers, nothing too fussy. In foregoing many of the traditional wedding things we stayed really true to our own personal style. Getting to walk around our Red Hook neighborhood for pictures to jump over to Gowanus for the ceremony and party made it all feel totally authentic to our life together. It was the best day because we got to focus on just being in the moment together, rather then being held to tradition that didn’t suit us. Plus an insane dance party created by a rockin’ DJ.

Venue: The Pines, BK
Rings: Erica Weiner
Dress: Monique Lhuillier
Shoes: Pierre Hardy
Jewelry: Vintage
Groom’s Attire: JCrew
Floral: Alyssa Leanne Hoppe
Cake: Momofuku Milk Bar

[images from Our Love is Loud]

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Real wedding: Cate + Justin


How chic are these two??  I love how the florals are super simple, with lots of greenery for the bouquets and minimal white and gold for the reception.  So modern and clean!


cream bridesmaids dresses

simple gold centerpieces


From the bride:

We loved our big day. We felt overwhelmed with gratitude for the (ridiculous) amount of love and support from our local community. It was so fun to throw a wedding where old and new friends left their mark on every detail of the day – everything from the custom-made bow tie for the groom to the magic photo location where restaurateur friends popped open their champagne to host our guests during photos.

The venue was very special to us as well (and a real labor of love). Justin spent the past year as a project manager, opening The Source, an artisan food market that occupies a former 1880’s brick foundry that houses a collective of food artisans and retailers offering everything from craft cocktails to freshly baked bread, street tacos to contemporary flower arrangements. Acorn hit the dinner and cocktails out of the park (we were told by more than half the guests it was the best wedding dinner they had ever had), one of the groomsmen DJed and got everyone on the dance floor (even Gram & Gramps!), and we made our get-away on Justin’s 1962, cherry red Vespa.


Photography: Our Love Is Loud
Floral: Beet & Yarrow
Caterer: Acorn at The Source
Day of Coordination: Hey! Party Collective
Video: Shot by Other Worldly Productions, Edited by Cate Croft
Portrait Photo Location: The Populist
Tux: The Black Tux
Grooms Bow Tie: Primary Ties
Hair: Clementine’s Boutique
Design: The Kin Collective

[images from Our Love Is Loud]

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