Love this something old and think it’s great that the older generations have documented who wore these pearls and when.
The ladies had no idea what each other was wearing, so they were really surprised when their first look revealed how similar their wedding day attire choices were. Erin’s dress was from Sak’s Bridal Salon and Alison’s outfit was custom made by Dara Lamb.
Their design was simple almost minimalist, but lighting dressed up this music venue. Stortz Lighting did a great job of creating this look with paper lanterns and strands of bistro lights.
The single peonies were perfection and the statement piece for the ceremony was created by Saipua.
One of my favorite ideas of the night? The couple brought their The New Brooklyn Cookbook that has recipes from favorite restaurants in the borough. They encouraged guests to attach their photo booth picture near their favorite restaurant or recipe and then write a message to the couple near by. What a fun, personal and useful guest book.
These custom labeled beers were so beautifully done. Each represents a neighborhood of significance in this couple’s courtship, first meeting, proposal, etc.
This couple skipped a cake but surprised their guests with a food truck serving ice cream, The Big Gay Ice Cream folks service crazy delicious flavors including unique ingredients like: wasabi!
The Bell House’s photo booth entertained everyone late into the evening.
Allison’s sentiments about my service after the wedding, “Hiring you was the best decision we ever made, besides the marrying each other bit.”
Thanks to Erin and Allison for entrusting their wedding day to me and for giving me so much goodness to work with. It was fun!