Bride & Blossom has had the opportunity to work at the most iconic wedding venues in New York City. Out of all the decisions a bride must make, choosing where she will get married is one of the most important. And nothing brings us more joy than collaborating with a bride to transform a space into a beautiful, wedding-perfect setting that expresses her style, personality, and love.
Amanda and Donald – Ceremony View – Liberty Warehouse – Photography by South Eleventh
We are excited to announce the Venues We Love series, weekly blog posts profiling the top places for a wedding in the NYC area. First up is The Liberty Warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Read More
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
One year ago, we provided flowers for Paul and Jennifer’s beautiful ceremony at The Liberty Warehouse. As their first anniversary rolled around, we received an adorable request from Paul. Jennifer had loved her bridal bouquet and planned to preserve and keep it, but apparently over the course of the celebration, the bouquet was misplaced!
Bridal Bouquet / Jennifer & Paul / The Liberty Warehouse / Agaton Strom
Paul contacted us to request a replacement to surprise Jennifer the day of their anniversary. He was happy to report everything went without a hitch. She was shocked and delighted, and bought a shadow box right then and there to preserve her thoughtful keepsake. Read More
Happy Couple / Andrea & John / The Liberty Warehouse / Popography
“Something old, something new, Something borrowed, something blue, And a silver sixpence in her shoe.”
We all know this little rhyme, listing what a bride’s to have with her on her wedding day to insure a long and prosperous marriage, but where did it come from? And why something blue?
The rhyme dates back to 19th century England, when each of these tokens symbolized something the bride’s friends and family wished upon her partnership. “Something old” insured the bride would never forget where she came from, “something new” for the times ahead, and “something borrowed” from a happily married friend or family member, in hopes her happiness would be passed over.
We know “wedding whites” and “something blue,” but there’s a third color that dominates the wedding industry: pink. This hue can show up anywhere from over-arching color schemes to non-traditional bridal gowns and, of course, flowers. Because so many blooms naturally occur in this hue, it’s no surprise that we have used a ton of pink flowers over the years at Bride & Blossom.