10/28/13

Modern and Glamorous New York City Wedding

So we already know that any wedding submission that includes a snapshot of New York is a big, fat, of course Yes. More evidence in this Love Song Friday post and our Thanksgiving trip recap last year.

And here we are today. With more New York talk. I know. I can feel your excitement too!

And I also had the hardest time narrowing down images. So forgive me for giving up and sharing them all. Brittney and Jeff are just fabulous. Their love for one another is evident in each photo and their wedding is bliss. Blush tones, a floral arch that will take your breath away and a dip kiss at the end of the ceremony. Sigh. Today's wedding is why I blog my little heart away.

Tyler Boye Photography, you are the best for sending this submission our way!

And you know I love ending a post with and the bride wore Vera.

{From the photographer}
Rustic, urban romance overlooking the East River and the Statue of Liberty. Brittany + Jeff’s Brooklyn wedding is really lovely. Everything was beautiful, from the Vera Wang "Juliet" gown to the floral (orchids, hydrangeas & luscious greens) draped chuppah with its wooden bows. Perched by the river at sunset talk about ambiance!

{From the bride}
We had a ceremony outdoors on a patio overlooking the East River and the Statue of Liberty. A Rabbi who went to college with us performed the ceremony. We couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful ceremony or sunset to go with it.

Our reception was at The Liberty Warehouse, which is an old warehouse that was turned into an event space in recent years. It has a rustic feeling, with a brick and wood interior, and it overlooks the Statue of Liberty. It was a beautiful New York day, made even more perfect with love, family and friends.

































{Vendors} Photographer: Tyler Boye Photography / Reception Venue: The Liberty Warehouse / Event Planner: Loli Events / Submission: Two Bright Lights

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