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

Disco balls, balloons, silver booties, a silver reception dress, awesome "do a favor" table, am amazingly lit art museum space, 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 to fall in love.

A whimsical brunch elopement in Brooklyn covered in florals

Hailing from Austin, TX, Amanda and Duncan planned their budget Brooklyn elopement to be both intimate (family only) yet also heavy on whimsical touches. After their ceremony at the Marriage Bureau, the group hightailed it to Brooklyn for a DIY brunch where the newlyweds themselves got busy arranging bagels and schmear, cheese and fruit platters, and flutes of champagne.

This small Brooklyn wedding had wine, plants, and a red dress that slayed

Lauren and Andrew did not want a traditional wedding in any sense of the word. Lauren's vintage-style custom red dress was the first way we can tell that this couple did things their way and it WORKED. They chose to have a small wedding which meant they got to spend quality time with everyone there, a major goal.

There were sweet speeches, killer cocktails, sweet rustic details, and lots of wine.

Funky instruments & muted flowers at this dark and eclectic inspiration shoot at an old Brooklyn theater

I love how this inspiration shoot combines the traditional with the ultra eclectic, which seems to really reflect what's happening in offbeat weddings right now. We're all about embracing traditions we feel resonate and tossing out what doesn't. The best part of this shoot for me was the venue: a dusty old theater in Red Hook, Brooklyn, called the Jalopy Theater. Think tons of funky instruments, dark and shadowy corners, and a wedding vibes that totally matches.