Not every love story is a page turner from the beginning. Some need a couple of chapters to really get going, but the wait is always worth it in the end. “We met in college,” Lauren says. “I knew right away that I wanted to be with Lou. It took him a few more years to figure it out.”
We are excited to introduce Lauren, our Bride & Blossom Featured Bride for November. Lauren and Lou married on a picturesque day at Natirar. Here she shares the beginning of their Real BB Wedding Story. Read More
Ashley & Tiffany Wedding – Couple Portrait – Green Building – Brooklyn – Amber Gress Photography
You meet so many people in college. Some remain just people you casually say “hi” to on campus, while others become dear and trusted friends. And if you are really lucky, you encounter a person so special and unique that they become something more, a relationship grows, and love happens. “I met Tiffany through a mutual acquaintance and we have been inseparable ever since.”
We are excited to introduce Ashley, our Bride & Blossom Featured Bride for July! Ashley and Tiffany exchanged vows on a beautiful day at The Green Building in Gowanus, Brooklyn. Here is the first chapter in their love story. Read More
Jean & Bryan – Wedding Ceremony – Bronx Post Office – by Karen Wise
It was just days before their wedding at the Bronx Post Office and Jean and Bryan still didn’t know how the space was going to look. Uncertainty wasn’t with the décor – they had all those boxes checked. It had to do with the fact that through out the planning and design process, the couple was continually working against the day-to-day changes that the space was undergoing in the midst of construction.
Jean and Bryan alleviated many of their anxieties by making sentiment and tradition ever present themes through out the day. And once the bride and her father took to the aisle, it was clear to everyone that the couple’s wedding vision had been realized, and ultimately exceeded all expectations. Read More
Congratulations on your engagement! Now it’s time to celebrate with friends and family. The engagement party can be used as the foundation for establishing your wedding style as a couple. And since you both gravitate toward a simple, minimalist aesthetic, why not use this shared sentiment in planning for your upcoming nuptials? There’s no better place to start than with the inaugural festivities. For those of you looking for stylish inspiration, here are Bride & Blossom’s favorite decor ideas for the modern engagement party.
Your engagement party invitations will be the first element that sets tone of what kind of wedding you will be having. A design featuring modern calligraphy and text on a white and grey marble background looks trés chic. Prefer more color? Look at designs with watercolor embellishment. Read More
The timeless allure of Bryant Park was alight with sexy, modern accents at the wedding of Shelby and Jonathan this past summer, as pops of hot magenta and jungle green dappled a slick black-and-white runner flanked by majestic golden candelabras and sweet bow-tied napkins.
Tablescape / Shelby & Jonathan / Bryant Park Grill / Craig Warga Photography
“For some reason fuchsia always looks amazing paired with black and white, so her vibrant centerpieces really looked gorgeous when the whole look came together,” explains Creative Director Lindsay Saltz.
Tablescape wide shot / Shelby & Jonathan / Bryant Park Grill / Craig Warga Photography