This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have cried
Photos by Danielle Bennink Photography

Disco balls, balloons, metallic booties, a silver reception dress, awesome "do a favor" table, am amazingly lit art museum space, a crepe bar, and just the cutest pair in love ever — this Brooklyn art museum wedding is a dream. Add in the two officiants and a super personal ceremony (where guests made vows, too!), and you've got a recipe for me to fall in love.

I have a sneaky feeling you will too once you see it. Let's peep Amy and John's amazing wedding at Invisible Dog Art Center

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

This Brooklyn art museum wedding was so stunning, I may have ugly cried

Vendors

Photography: Danielle Bennink Photography • Venue: Invisible Dog Art Center • Hair: Laura Dyer • Makeup: Ashley Frato • Rentals: Patina Rentals • DJ: Sugartown Industries • Dress: BHLDN • Florals: India Faso • Caterer: Olivia Cooks • Event Planner: Modern Rebel & Co.

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  1. I love the idea of guests making vows — did the couple explain how/what that involved?

    Has anyone else gotten your guests involved in your actual ceremony with vows or other specific roles?

    We may be interested in doing that, but not sure how yet. Any ideas would be very welcomed!

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