Annabel from Belathée Photography was there to capture Libby and Greg’s wedding that took place on the other side of the country in New York. The bride’s dress was absolutely gorgeous with flower and ruffle details along the top and around the bottom of the skirt. I feel like anything baby’s breath has a tendency to receive such a bad rap, but when used with restraint it can be absolutely beautiful like in the bride’s bouquet below. Plus, it is very inexpensive!

new york farm wedding ideas

Photography by Belathée Photography


Comments (44)

cevd | Reply

it is even more perfect than i thought it would be! i love that dress, and her shoes, oh her shoes.

Braedon | Reply

Love this wedding. I want to shoot on a farm like that. Nice work Annabel!

Jen | Reply

What a beautiful wedding. Love the baby’s breath bouquet for her. I also love his suit – do you know where he got it?

lara | Reply

omg WHERE is that stunning dress from?

Jen@GreenWeddingShoes | Reply

i LOVE her dress! Beautiful photos Annabel!!

Ashley R | Reply

Holy cannoli that dress and that suit! Where are they from? LOVE.

Catherine | Reply

wow I don’t normally comment but that last shot is A. MAZ. ING.

Also, what a gorgeous couple!

jill thomas | Reply

so, so lovely. i love this whole wedding.

megan | Reply

I want that dress!!! Please, please tell us where it’s from!

martha | Reply


KC | Reply

Wow, wow, wow, so beautiful. I love that the engagement party had splashes of color but the wedding looked to be all neutrals. Gorgeous. Also, that little tiny tyke in the suit (ring bearer?) is darling and that is the hunkiest groom I’ve seen in 6 months of wedding blog stalking. Congratulations Libby and Greg!

Happy Nappy Bride | Reply

That’s baby’s breath right? I like it, I like it!

K | Reply

I love the black and white shoes – does anyone know the designer? if anyone can help me find them i’d greatly appreciate it.

Taryn | Reply

Everything perfect in one wedding – gorgeous couple, a perfectly natural setting, true emotion and RESTRAINT! I love this example of how simple can still be beautiful….brava, Libby!

Shauna | Reply

Wow- this wedding is stunning. Is it possible to find out the venue used in NY? Or was it a private farm?
Thank you!

emily | Reply

I think it took place at Blue Hill Farm.

Jessica | Reply

I absolutely LOVE that dress as well – can someone please pass along the designer’s name??

Elizabeth | Reply

Gorgeous!! If I am not mistaken, the venue was Blue Hill at Stone Barn? Love it!

Sarah | Reply

I love this wedding! Please share the Designer’s name of the dress with us.

Melanie | Reply

Her dress is so sweet.

Jeremy Harwell | Reply

Such a beautiful wedding!! The couple is so beautiful they could be professional models.
Annabel does simply beautiful,elegant work, which I greatly admire. Great post!

Kathryn | Reply

What a beautiful wedding – I love everything about it! Who designed the dress?

Chantale@labellebride | Reply

WHAT. This wedding is killing me. (and yes, I’d like to know who designed that dress as well!)

Libby | Reply

Thank you everyone so all the wonderful comments.
The venue is NY is Blue Hill Stone Barns a lovely lovely farm. I actually got my dress from the Barney’s Warehouse sale and the tag was cut out so I don’t know who the designer was. Greg’s suit is from Freeman’s Sporting Club. For those of you interested in where I got my dress for the engagement party, it was from French Connection in the summer.

Thanks again. I am glad you enjoyed our beautiful day. Belathee do an absolutely amazing job documenting such special occasions.


Libby | Reply

Also, for those of you asking about the wedding invitations and all the printed pieces, I illustrated and hand screen printed all those elements. You can see more detailed photos here: of


Janet | Reply

This whole wedding is absolutely beautiful. Libby, you made a lovely bride!

Jessica Monnich | Reply

GORGEOUS! I love the sheep! Adorable!

April | Reply

The couple look good together! I love simple country weddings, quite solemn, and sincere! The dessert table looks yummy!

Chloe | Reply

How beautiful! I absolutely love this wedding-such amazing, timeless portraits and details. Another gorgeous wedding you’ve found Emily!

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ajb | Reply

lovely lovely lovely! great dress!!!!

Terri Davis Smith | Reply

I need to get married again so I can have you photograph me. These are unbelievably beautiful photos. Congratulations!

Lex Cut | Reply

Beautiful! The bride look gorgeous! No wonder the groom was smitten by her beauty. The flock of sheep adds romance to the already romantic photo!

The cake and bites looks really yummy! *grabs cookies on fridge*

flowers by bornay | Reply

lovely dress!!!! and funny landscape with the sheeps!:))

The Neo-Traditionalist | Reply

So gorgeous! I just love her frock and the baby’s breath really looks lovely. XX Kate

Leslie | Reply

I especially like that last photo, just husband and wife – love it! And, the cake looks seriously delicious.

gina | Reply

I love this wedding but especially the bouquet! Is that just baby’s breath? What are the leaves at the base?

Kerry | Reply

The last photo is one of the most stunning I have ever seen.

Jessica | Reply

I LOVE LOVE the groom’s suit and the baby’s breath bouquet. I’m planning on making my own bouquet and I would LOVE to know what it’s made of! Thanks a ton!!

Lesley | Reply

every time i see a wedding on your site i think “this is my favorite!”, but really…this is amazing. the animals, the farm, her DRESS! gorgeous!!!

Lisi | Reply

Agree that everything is just gorgeous–but what I want to know about is the SHOES. These shoes AND the shoes at the engagement party. Please, I absolutely have to know where they are from!!!

beth | Reply

i could be totally wrong but it looks like a karta dress.

frances | Reply

oh my gosh, i love this dress so much but i have no idea to how get a similar one? does anyone know what sort of details there are at the top of the dress?

libby, are you interested in selling your dress? i really love it so so much and it’s my dream wedding dress!!!

yvonne | Reply

I love the flowers. what are the leaves and how would you make this yourself