Today’s gorgeous wedding hails from the one and only great city of New York! And oh, how the couple showcased their love for the city in this very special day of love for each other. With a stunning ceremony at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and a reception in the always gorgeous Palm House, Audrey and Daniel’s big day was filled with laughter, a beautiful Monique Lhullier dress, and a delicious looking Momofuku Milk Bar cake!
Some words from the photographers, Michael and Lauren of a guy + a girl photography:
“Boston meets Brooklyn! There was a sweetness in the air on Audrey and Danny’s wedding day in Brooklyn, New York. The bride and a group of lovely ladies fine-tuned each others’ makeup while sipping champagne at the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg, while the groom and his crew prepped at his parents’ beautiful brownstone in Park Slope. We followed Audrey and Danny around Brooklyn in their vintage NYC checker cab before heading back to Brooklyn Botanic Garden for their I-do’s. Their ceremony was as sweet as the florals gently floating through from the surrounding gardens. The party that followed was wild; tipsy elixirs flowed freely, a mix of high heels and bare feet wore down the dance floor and the room was abuzz with laughter, kissing and singing.”
This Brooklyn Botanic Garden wedding sounds like our kind of party! Read on for more pretty details and fun times from Audrey and Daniel’s big day:
While most of us aren’t too happy to see winter coming, there are a few benefits. First and foremost: hot cocoa season! What better way to welcome your wedding guests than with their very own mug of cozy hot cocoa wedding favors that you can simply DIY in just a few minutes?!
You’ll need just a few supplies, and a bulk supply of hot cocoa. You should be able to create these sweet DIY favors for less than $3 each – perfect for an intimate wedding or even your Secret Santa!
Let’s get started!
One Love Photography
The moment you get engaged there are a million things swirling around in your head. Happiness, excitement, and love are probably a few. When all the craziness settles down the thought “how in the world am I going to pay for a wedding” might cross your mind.
If someone offers to pay for your wedding or at least supplement your own funds, your immediate reaction might be “OF COURSE.” I would caution you to take a moment before formally accepting this incredibly generous offer. Often when someone is paying for your wedding or at least helping, they believe that it entitles them to some creative control. It is one thing to deal gracefully with wedding suggestions when someone isn’t paying, but when they are it can get even more complicated! Follow these easy steps to make sure that while accepting the gracious offer, you still have your dream wedding.
We’ve got quite the gorgeous treat for you today, brides! As the weather gets colder and skies become grayer, engagement photos not only get cozier, there’s an added air of romance that you just can’t capture with the summertime! This romantic seaside engagement is a perfect example of cold weather engagement photos that really do capture the heart. Chad and Emily’s engagement session took place at Gig Harbor in Washington state, and was captured beautifully by the talented Scott and Ashlee of O’Malley Photographers. Co-starring a rustic rowboat and a fall-colored blanket, this engagement session is one for the books!