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…
Anna and Toby had a sunny Brooklyn boathouse wedding with touches of birds and nature, dinosaurs (faux tattoos and cake toppers!), and a stunning green cocktail length dress. It was all about the wildflowers, October leaves, and golden hour sun rays. What a gorgeous way to celebrate a wedding in New York City.
“Is it really so hard to get everything you want?” she asked. My heart sank. A Facebook friend had gotten in touch because she needed help. Her wedding photographer had, in her words, “dropped the ball.” She had finally gotten her wedding photos back after months and months of waiting, and… let’s put it this way, she wasn’t crying tears of joy. Important shots were missing. The lake that was what first made her and her then-fiance fall in love with (and ultimately book) their venue was not in any of her photos. Here’s how to avoid that on your wedding day…
Sarah and Tony’s City Winery wedding in New York City was wine, dancing, and puppy-filled amazingness. After getting ready at the Conrad Hotel, their first look and portraits were photographed at the park across the street and at The Irish Hunger Memorial. Their dog, Bailey, joined them as their “pup of honor” and posed like a champ. Don’t miss the wine cellar shots!
Melissa and Rey eloped back in 2016 and wanted to recapture the magic of that day, this time with their baby boy, Aion, to oversee all the festivities. They had a gorgeous and colorful vow renewal at New York’s Prospect Park followed by a picnic of traditional Dominican and Chinese sweets.
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.