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This chic Brooklyn wedding had a tattoo artist & tarot reader

This chic boho Brooklyn wedding was a sight to behold within a gorgeous pre-WWI rope factory turned loft space. We're talking chill little enclaves with pillows and tulips, fab charcuterie trays, a huge ice sculpture, and waterfall greenery. At the reception, they had a tarot reader and a tattoo artist on hand to offer up seriously fun options (and loads of photo ops!).

Don't miss the bride's dress covered in a glittering celestial cape AND her sparkly reception mini dress. They're stunning.

A sweet, simple, & gorgeous Sweden -> DUMBO, Brooklyn elopement

Emilia and Anders traveled to New York City all the way from Sweden to capture their simple, lovely, and distinctly NYC elopement. With the skyline behind them, the Brooklyn neighborhood of DUMBO fully on display, and a truly gorgeous golden hour, this DUMBO elopement took my breath away.

Don't miss the bride's beautiful, long-sleeved dress, her rad leather jacket, the groom's fab blue suit, and all of the wonders that a New York City backdrop provides…

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You've got to see NYC's first and only after-hours walk-in wedding chapel (like Vegas without the Elvis!)

Y'all know we love a fun and campy Vegas elopement. But if you're elsewhere, say, on the East Coast or in New York City, it's a long haul over to Vegas for that amazing elopement. But fear not! One of our most fabulous and charismatic wedding officiants, DonnaMarie SanSevero aka The Reverend D, has created the perfect New York after-hours walk-in wedding chapel. And it's amazing…

A chic Manhattan brunch wedding with two grooms & lots of greenery

Britt and Greg surrounded themselves in chic blue suits, lots of greenery, and their favorite people at their brunch wedding in Chelsea. The industrial chic venue, Bottino NYC, was like a bit of rustic nature nestled in the urban landscape.

There was tear-jerking guest participation during the ceremony, puppers in the wedding party, and some choreographed dancing at the reception that is not to be missed…