A purple-infused Old Stone House lesbian wedding in Brooklyn

By on Nov. 9th

Andrea and Alice celebrated their legal marriage in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. Their reception was held at the gorgeous Old Stone House with elegant DIY decor and a focus on all things love and family.

Erica Camille met these two at the New York Pride Parade, and has become great friends with them in addition to photographing their wedding. Erica shared these photos with us and they are fan-flipping-tastic.

This has to be a very popular way to start a wedding: getting your coffee and donut on.

Flowery, feathery headpiece!

Nobody gets a free pass at this wedding. Even the kids have jobs.

The music, the lanterns, and now the photography? These are some talented youngsters.

Purple dresses, matching bouquets, and matching 1000-watt smiles. This is one joyful photograph.

Here's a really good look at their pretty accessories. Headbands, fascinator, and gorgeous jewelry.

And they're off to party. I'm loving the little butterfly fans I spy in the crowd of guests.

More butterflies in the form of sweet little paper lanterns.

Ooh bouquet close-up! Super-saturated color is fantastic.

Wedding toasts plus funky drawn backdrops make my day! It's like the drawn trees grow into real trees at the top.

Cupcakes alone are great. But cupcakes with pinwheels and whirly gigs? Get in line, bub.

The closer you squish in, the more love there is.

PHOTOBOMB! This kid must be really on the move to be caught in mid-air like that. And seriously? That building is so pretty.

I can feel the love tonight. Erica said of the couple, "They have gone above and beyond what we photographers would consider great clients and have entered the rare realm of perfect clients!" D'aww. If you want more of this colorful and urban soiree, head on over to Erica Camille Productions.