Matt and Edward were married at a private home in Croton-On-Hudson, NY. Due to the rain, we had to move their reception from the porch into the house, and in the end we think it looked amazing! It couldn’t have looked better if it was staged.
A few things that we loved:
-Matt and Edwards vows; there wasn’t a dry eye in the audience (including ours!)
-Their tablescape was stunning– from whitewashed farm tables to navy and yellow flowers
-The glass bulbs with candles that were hung from a Japanese maple, courtesy of Floral Fantasies
-Every single wedding professional that was on the team- they all helped to make the wedding such a special and memorable day!
Grace and Andrew were married on a perfect summer day in June, at A Private Estate in Germantown.
A few details we loved:
-Grace’s dress- stunning!
-The bridesmaids dresses that were different colors and styles
-The pinata at cocktail hour to occupy the children
-And of course, the always-incredible photos by K Hulett Photo which have us swooning
Ben and Katie got married on May 21st at Indian Ridge, in Highland, NY. The couple have been very close friends of ours for years, and we couldn’t have been more thrilled to be a part of their big day! They hired an amazing team of professionals, and incorporated so many unique and quirky touches into their day; it truly was a fantastic celebration!
Ben and Katie have 5 dogs- all 5 got to be a part of their bridal party, complete with special “corsages” for their collars
In lieu of favors the couple made a donation in each guests name to ‘The Farm Fund‘, a resource for pets in need of critical care
They both adore the color purple and New Balance sneakers, so each had custom New Balances made with ‘Just Married” on the heel
Potted plants with popsicle sticks inside were used as their place cards
Being huge fans of the band Phish, the couple named their tables after shows they had seen
Last but not least- they even had a self-serve bourbon fountain!
Josh and Holly were married at a private residence on the 31rst of May. We loved the use of antique window shutters to hang table assignments. Their centerpieces were kept simple and elegant, which looked beautiful against the wooden farm … Continue reading →