This bouquet is by root stock & quade.
I guess, when a wedding show is called Wedding Crasher, it’s bound to be interesting, right? This one certainly was.
Nicole Davis, the mastermind behind this Brooklyn Based bridal event, is genius. She partnered with The Bell House to host the first annual Wedding Crashers wedding fair. I am thrilled she accepted my offer to help her coordinate things on Saturday. If you were directed to my website as a result of the show, you are entitled to a special Wedding Crashers rate for full wedding planning services.
Michael Arenella & His Dreamland Orchestra was singing Brooklyn’s praises! They have a look and sound which is so classic and unique, it would enhance any cocktail hour.
For the past two years, I’ve made it my job to attend bridal and wedding events in New York City. While certainly some stand out, The New York Magazine and The Wedding Library host my favorite wedding events every year, and while others are good, many are very, very repetitive. Wedding Crashers was fresh and interesting, I was thrilled to see so many new and interesting Brookyn based vendors showcased.
In Manhattan wedding events are attended by flocks of females, but this event was unique in the fact that this was many couples. Is it a Brooklyn thing? I am sure given the fact that that the event was at a bar helped the cause a bit too, but what ever the reason it was so nice seeing men on board and taking an interest in their wedding planning.
Best eats of the day, tough because there were many excellent caterers and no shortage of great food, but the tuna tartare from Red Table Catering had me at hello. My top sweet pick of the day…. the miniature chocolate cupcakes from Nine Cakes. People had been all a twitter about Nine Cakes and I had yet to meet owner Betsy Thorleifson. Now I am happy to report she is as sweet and her cakes are delicious.