Jamie & John / The Liberty Warehouse / Ben Lau Photography
As the winter months come and go, color changes in the sky, and the smell of pine and fireplaces capture our hearts. It is easy to fall in love with the winter season for its magic, its charm, and its warmth despite the cold. We know this is why so many couples choose to get married in wintertime.
Choosing to get married in the winter opens up many options for venues and vendors. Since summer is the busiest wedding season, it can be much easier to secure the venue and vendors you want in the winter season. Today we look at a few New York venues that truly shine in the winter months, and bring out the festivity and wonder of every winter bride’s dreams. Winter in New York is cherished around the world, and there’s no denying a certain magic in the air when walking through the city in the coldest months of the year. And not only is New York beautiful on the outside, but also on the inside. These venues welcome you in from the cold and into the perfect space to build your winter wonderland. Read More
Adored for centuries for their unforgettable color and luminous beauty, the Lavender Flower is easy to recognize and easy to love. Not only is lavender beautiful, its also used worldwide for its medicinal properties and calming fragrance. Symbolically, lavender has traditionally been used in weddings to represent love, devotion, and tranquility.
The word lavdnder is believed to come from the Latin term lividus, which implies association with the French word lavande meaning “to wash,” as lavender was often used to bathe and wash clothing.
The color of lavender is spiritually symbolic, as purple represents the crown chakra , the highest vibration in the spiritual body. It is said that by increasing our body’s vibrations, we can relieve pain, and hasten recovery Lavender is commonly used in aromatherapy and has been known to help heal minor injuries, headaches, cuts, and burns. Placing lavender under your pillow at night has been known to help with stress and insomnia. Read More
Wedding Party / Cammie & Peter / Brooklyn Botanical Garden / Nicki Sebastian Photography
Flowers bring the romance, beauty and whimsy to a wedding day, and I am sure most of us can agree the more the merrier.There are so many different ways to include flowers in your special day beyond bouquets and centerpieces. Today we’ll be looking at a few different ways of incorporating flowers into your hair, a fun and creative way to enhance your hairstyle and overall bridal look.
For all of you flower children out there, a flower crown is a great way to channel your bohemian spirit. When designing a flower crown for your wedding day, there are a few different routes you can take. Read More
Alyson & Gary / The Estate at East Wind / Kate Neal Photography
Cancun, Mexico. Spring Break, 2008. It was Alyson’s senior year of college, and this was her last hurrah before graduation. One night, she and her girlfriends were out at the hotel bar when Gary and his friends approached and asked if they could sit together. Alyson offered to share her seat with Gary, who was celebrating being in preseason for Major League Soccer with the rest of the team. The gang shared in a wild night of partying, and Alyson and Gary said goodbye assuming they’d never see each other again. Read More
Alexandra & Edmond / Tribeca Rooftop / Natural Expressions NY
As a bride-to-be, you’ve spent your life dreaming of the perfect gown for your special day. Some of us have known forever exactly what we want to walk down the aisle in. But when the time comes to find that dream dress, it can be overwhelming to take in just how many options are out there. So many details go into picking the right dress for your style, body, season and theme, to find the one that will bring your whole wedding day look together.
For many brides, the first step is choosing the right white. From snow-white to ivory to champagne, the tone you choose can reflect undertones that align with your color scheme to bring your dress and décor together. Read More
The holidays have passed, the new year has arrived, and all of our winter brides are wishing for one thing: a snowfall on their wedding day to create a magical scene. We can’t control the weather, but we can control our wedding décor, ideas and accents to produce a perfect winter wedding. Inspiring winter color schemes, décor, flowers, and accents can help bring your theme to life. Using our winter wisdoms will help you and your guests remember why you chose to get married at the most wonderful time of the year.