When Ceci Johnson first started making wedding invitations after work in her NYC apartment, “couture design” was still an unknown concept in the industry. Still, this type of approach felt right to her. When you love and believe in what you do, great work follows. And soon, people take notice and want to be a part of whatever it is you are doing. Ceci is proof of this. In less than a year’s time, she went from creating wedding stationery for friends in the late hours of the night to being singled out as a special talent by the New York design world! Read More
We always like to end the year on a reflective note. 2017 has been wonderful for Bride & Blossom and our hearts are overflowing with gratitude.
First, the warmest thank you to our brides! We loved getting to know each of you as the plans for your special day took shape. You are all unique, but share one thing in common – a wish for a wedding that is not only unforgettable, but also a sincere reflection of your personality and style. Your visions inspire us to design wedding florals that are beautiful, one-of-a-kind, and a true statement of love.
We’ve been fortunate to connect with committed vendors in the wedding industry. This past year, our professional relationships continued to grow and strengthen, laying the groundwork for more exciting collaborations in the future. Read More
New York City transforms into an enchanted wonderland during winter. Snow dusts the streets, buildings, and trees, bestowing a soft, quiet hush everywhere. When it comes to wedding photos, brides planning their winter nuptials in the Big Apple have much to be excited for. It may be be cold, but you have a romantic backdrop of glimmering snow and festive decor to work with. Iconic places like Central Park and the Brooklyn Bridge as well as hidden gems like a quaint pub or picturesque street set the scene to make the most unforgettable wedding photos.
Winter Wedding Photo Ideas NYC – New York Public Library – via pinterest.com
The Liberty Warehouse is one of New York’s most unique and breathtaking wedding venues. The pre-war building on Brooklyn’s iconic Red Hook shipping docks was built in the 1850s, and is the only place in the state where you can see the Statue of Liberty’s face as you look out over New York Harbor.
via The Liberty Warehouse
This was an especially fun wedding to do because of the sunset timing and the overall elegance, enhanced by little details such as the bride’s shimmering, beaded gown, candles flickering in tall glass cylinders, and black table linens. By paying close attention to every element of the decor, we were able to create a romantic mood that set the stage for an unforgettable evening. Read More