Jean & Bryan Wedding – Bride & Groom – Bronx Post Office by Karen Wise
After Jean and Bryan exchanged vows, guests gathered in the iconic lobby of the Bronx Post Office for cocktail hour. Everyone enjoyed drinks and hors d’oeuvres amidst the backdrop of the famous murals by artist Ben Shaun. Once the newlyweds made their happy entrance, celebrations really got underway.
Part 4: Reception, Heat Table, and Centerpieces
As everyone entered the reception area, an atmospheric evening light had just started filtering through the venue to beautiful effect. Jean and Bryan along with thirty guests took their seats at the head table where they were welcomed by a magnificent floral display evoking a mood of enchanted romance. A gorgeous mix curly willow, blush cherry blossoms, white hydrangeas, roses, snapdragons, delphiniums, burgundy scabiosas, brunia berries, and greenery were arranged on tall metal stands. Accented by teardrop-shaped glass bubbled, the blooms gave the impression of a floral chandelier hanging above the tablescape. Complementing petite floral arrangements brought an intimate feel to the dining space. Read More
World-renowned cake maker and a master in the art of decorative sugar, Ron Ben-Israel was aptly dubbed “the Manolo Blahnik of wedding cakes” by the New York Times in 2014.
After serving in the Israeli military and touring the world as a professional modern dancer, Ron began baking; a pursuit inspired by his Viennese mother, who passed on a fascination with the discipline and chemistry of cake construction. He was discovered by Martha Stewart in 1995, when she was drawn to one of his cakes in a bakery store window. Stewart was starting a wedding magazine at the time and called Ron in to meet her, encouraging him to start his own business. Read More
Glam, deco-inspired floral arrangements for one of our favorite wedding industry events of the year, a romantic chuppah for a Jewish wedding photographed by Sarah Tew, and our wedding-flower tips for allergy sufferers. Today we’re sharing our latest press clips. Click through for the full articles and more photos!
The Best (and Worst) Wedding Flowers for Brides with Allergies
Achoo! If that’s you the minute spring is in the air, then wedding flowers may be a major concern. We sat down with Rachel Trimarco of Bride & Blossom in New York City to get her picks for which flowers you should embrace (and which to avoid) to help you breathe easier on your wedding day. Martha Stewart Weddings