Posts Tagged Outdoor Weddings

Liberty Warehouse Brooklyn Wedding | Daniel+Rachel

When your vows begin with “Ew freak” and the guests are crying as much as the bride + groom. That’s a good day.

Liberty Warehouse | Brooklyn, NY

Daniel + Rachel

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River Oaks Ranch Wedding | Mimi+Genevieve

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Wythe Hotel Gran Electrica Restaurant Wedding | Laurence+Ryan

Belgian girl marries American boy under the Brooklyn Bridge. Big thank you to the Wythe Hotel for being the perfect place to get ready together. And to the staff at Gran Electrica in DUMBO for being the most attentive and best wedding reception service I have ever experienced.

Laurence + Ryan // Brooklyn, NY

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Beautiful Outdoor Fall Wedding | Mai+Marc

Mai and Marc – thank you for being, hands down, the smiliest (is that a word?) and happiest couple ever. When we met on the patio of Flatbush Farm for a beer back in August 2013 I knew instantly that we’d be a great fit for each other. Your sweet energy with each other is contagious and I’m so happy and honored to have been with you on such a big day in your lives.

And thanks for trusting me with your lives when I took you out on that golf cart! Yikes, those things are terrifying and insanely fun.


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Stylish Wedding in St. Louis | Neil & Kris

It is not every day your brother-in-law marries his true love in a stylish wedding in St. Louis, between perfectly timed rain storms and far from the hustle & bustle of the city. As I drove out to Labadie, Missouri, through the winding roads blasting country music (yes, that is what you listen to when you’re in the middle of grassy meadows) I was giddy with excitement that I was FINALLY going to see the school house and property that the Schwetye and Smith families have worked so hard to prepare for this day. And there wasn’t a single detail that hadn’t been personally made. Kris and her mom feverishly found plates and china at second hand stores over the course of the year and followed the rule that it must be under $1. Kris made the centerpieces from old books hollowed out with plants, the ceremony benches made from their trees, and all the flowers from their neighbor. And most special of all, the reception property was once a long time ago a real school house, like something straight out of Anne of Green Gables, where Kris and her sisters and cousins would play. A year ago there weren’t steps, or a red door, or any electricity (great job Mr. Smith!) and now it’s full of love and new memories. My hat goes off to you guys. Truly amazing labor of love.

Neil and Kris, I am so proud to call you both family. Cannot wait until Christmas when we get to play marbles on Smith mountain, next to a fading wood fire and with full bellies and lots of laughs.

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