If good food is the top priority for wedding, then a restaurant would seem like the obvious choice for your venue. In today’s blog, I go over all the details of Cindy and Alan’s fabulous restaurant wedding held at Bacchus Bistro & Wine Bar and discuss the pros and cons of hosting your nuptials at a restaurant. Bon appetit!
From the getting ready photos at the William Vale Hotel to the industrial ambiance of the Williamsburg waterfront, Danielle and Jon’s wedding at 26 Bridge had everything Brooklyn brides adore. Are you starting to plan your own hipster wedding? Then follow along in today’s blog for all the 26 Bridge wedding details.
Think you need a florist for your upcoming Brooklyn Historical Society wedding? Not so, says bride Sasha, whose crafting skills were in abundance at her beautiful wedding to Jonathan. Get all the details on their slow blooming love affair in today’s blog.
Want to have fun at your wedding? Then follow the lead of Kate and Nick, whose colorful Greenpoint Loft wedding was an easy, beautiful fusion of everything (and everyone) they love.
The big day finally arrived: after two years of dating, Lisa and Parris said their vows on Saturday and joined two families as one. Their Glen Terrace wedding in the Marine Park neighborhood of Brooklyn was a huge affair with over 250 guests and a bridal party of 25 (!). Find out all the details in today’s blog.
I wish you could have been there last night for Mary Beth and Jon’s Wythe Hotel wedding. This was my first big wedding of the season, and it set the bar high for all events to come this year. It was a day filled with love, laughter, and a laidback bride and groom who truly enjoyed their wedding day. Here are all the details.
We’ve all dreamed about it: a romantic wedding lit only by soft candlelight. But what’s the reality like? Is it flame or fizzle, from your photographer’s point of view? Find out what your photographer is really thinking about your candlelit ceremony with photos from Devin and Lindsay’s stunning Atelier Roquette wedding.
It was a busy night last night at the Bell House in Brooklyn where Gabi and Brendan celebrated their marriage surrounded by friends and family. They met online, and actually got married last year in an intimate ceremony with just family present. But as their one-year anniversary rolled around, they decided it was time to throw a party…and that they did in style.
It’s been a busy July, and I am so pleased to share with you the photos from Lisamarie and Frank’s wedding that I shot last night in Brooklyn. The couple met on Match.com. In Lisamarie’s words, “He was the last date before I shot down my profile. He winked at me (online), and I still love his winks!” This was a second marriage for both Frank and Lisamarie, who said their vows earlier at Borough Hall. They decided to dispense with the formality of a full ceremony, and instead hosted an evening celebration of love, laughter, and togetherness.
After eight years together, it finally happened — Nina and Thom got married! They said their ‘I dos’ at the Oratory Church of St. Boniface in Brooklyn, followed by a lovely reception at the Farm on Adderley restaurant. The weather was sensational for their big day! A few items to note about this beautiful wedding: this is one creative family. The bride’s mother, Susan Gonzalez, made by hand the bride’s veil as well as the earrings and bracelets for the bridesmaids and two origami centerpieces that decorated the guest card table at the reception. In addition, the bride’s brother, Horacio Gonzalez, designed and made all of the wedding stationery: save the date cards, invitations, and ceremony program included. Guest favors included personalized bags of coffee and ‘passports’ which showcased some of the couple’s favorite NYC restaurants and attractions. A helpful giveaway to guests, many of whom traveled from as far away as Alaska and Spain to attend the wedding. The couple, who got ready in their Brooklyn apartment, did not see each other until the ‘first look’ in the church courtyard. The groom stayed sequestered on the second floor until it was time to walk to the church. The solution to getting the groom out of the house? Blindfold, of course. And in the longtime rivalry between pie and cake, pie won the day with the couple cutting into a piece of chocolate pecan. Congrats to the happy couple, who are now off on their honeymoon in Cambodia! #NinaThom15 #KarateKids #D&DWedding #BrooklynPride #LoveInBrooklyn #PieWins