Jewel and Daniel Wedding – floral archway – Stone Mill New York Botanical Garden – Josh Mccullock
While many wedding venues offer the refined luxury that has come to define New York style, few offer an escape from it all. By this we mean a setting that feels far off, magical, and is surrounded by blooming flowers and sprawling greenery. This is what makes Stone Mill at New York Botanical Garden so special. Tucked away in the lush, natural grounds that were founded in 1891, Stone Mill blends historic charm with modern comforts. With a capacity of 60 to 120 guests, it provides outdoor and indoor spaces to accommodate a wedding from start to finish. Marked by exposed wooden beams, original brick walls, and warm lighting, the newly renovated building radiates intimate romance. Read More
Tracey & Vitto Wedding – Centerpieces – Frankies 457 – by Le Loups
Congratulations on your recent engagement! There’s no better way to share the wonderful news than with a party surrounded by those you care about most. Choosing where to have it will depend on you and fiancé’s style and personality. From world-renowned fine dining establishments to hidden neighborhood gems, New York City is home to numerous restaurants perfect for all types of celebrations. Here are 5 engagement party venues to commemorate this exciting time in a couple’s life.
When it comes to designing a wedding, brides dream about a day where every decorative flourish is flawlessly executed. At the same time, it’s refreshing to add touches that are little unexpected, fun, and show your personality. One way to show your creative side is by incorporating wedding favors into the decorative scenery. You’ll be amazed by how little details like vibrant packaging, festive colored treats, and thoughtful keepsakes work to enhance both the look and feel of your wedding.
Of course you’ll want to save some of your wedding flowers, but not all of them! Encourage guests to take home floral centerpieces by placing blooms in charming vintage cans or in vases displayed on a cake stand. Read More
With tech rapidly expanding the ways we design, capture, and connect with our weddings and our guests, it’s nearly impossible to keep up. From fantastically futuristic décor to mind-blowing ways of capturing memories, we gathered a few newcomers to the uncharted merging of weddings and technology.
Go-Pro Bridal Bouquet
This bride looks like she’s having so much fun steering her bouquet through the day to capture the best footage! Ask to leave some space for a small camera in your bouquet for a totally unique perspective to preserve forever.
3D Cake Decorations
Personalized cake toppers are sweeping the wedding scene. But if you’re not so into having you and your partner replicated in 3D, check out these intricate printed sugar decorations. One glance will have your imagination running wild. No matter your theme or color scheme, it doesn’t get more custom than this! Read More
People say “it’s all in the details,” and that saying is never truer than on your wedding day. While there are, of course, endless details in which one might become caught up, this week, we’re loving anything that proclaims you’re now the “Mrs.” to his “Mr.”
This is one of the easiest wedding trends to take advantage of, because there are so many ways to implement it! Whether you’re looking for a traditional chair accent, like this one below from a Bride & Blossom wedding at Maritime Parc, something quirky and cute from Amazon, or a clever way to proclaim that there will be two brides at your wedding, our gallery below offers a ton of ideas to spark your own creative interpretation. Read More
If you want to put a fresh spin on the old adage of “something borrowed, something blue,” put the “something blue” in your bouquet! This arrangement borrows from the pastel color palette of spring by combining light and dark blue delphinium with lavender lisianthus and white garden roses to create a dimensional arrangement that is as unforgettable as the bride.