Simple and Sweet

Everyone here knows there is nothing I love more than a simple wedding
with a rustic twist, so I of course was ecstatic when Corbin Gurkin shared images from Debbie and Marc’s charming wedding in the country. Corbin sent me an
email yesterday with a link to her portfolio and not only was I blown away by
her beautiful images, but also a bit bewildered why I hadn’t run across her amazing collection of weddings before yesterday. I feel so out of the loop! To see more of her work, check out her stunning portfolio here. Thank you again, Corbin!!

country-wedding-ideasDebbie_Marc_0026country-wedding-ideas2ACF2803Debbie_Marc_0028country-wedding-ideas4country-wedding-ideas5country-wedding-ideas6country-wedding-ideas8

Vendors:

Photography – Corbin Gurkin Photography
Caterer – Simply Divine  (on sunday only)
Florist – Barbara Bockbrader
Dress- Kristina Jenei
Rings – Tiffany
Ring Pillow – Designed by Debbie Notis
Flowergirl dresses – Susanne Lively Design
Groom Suit – Armani
Cake – Simply Divine
Ketubah – the
1st is the one we got — but i did not frame it over black — i have
spacers in the frame – so it is more subtle– looks better..
http://levinejudaica.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=0_36_47&products_id=6264&osCsid=99191d6f107a5234754712a17504d2b6

here are some other nice ones..
http://shop.thejewishmuseum.org/jmuseum/dept.asp?s_id=0&dept_name=Ketubot&dept_id=3163

[Images c/o Corbin Gurkin]

Tags: , , ,

17 Responses to “Simple and Sweet”

  1. Kathy

    Thanks so much for turning me onto Corbin’s work. I have bookmarked her site. This is exactly the style I am looking to accomplish for my own wedding.

    Reply
  2. DL26

    I love the simplicity of the flowers and cake. I love these type of weddings. Please post more!!

    Reply
  3. Katie

    I love the photographs but what I love even more is her dress! Is there a link to it anywhere?? I googled the name but haven’t been able to find anything! Help!

    Reply
  4. Corbin Gurkin

    Hi, Corbin here – thanks so much for the lovely praise. We are thrilled to be featured on Once Wed today! To answer Katie’s question, the dress was actually designed by the bride and made by a local seamstress in New York – if you send me an email, I can send you more detailed shots of it in case you’d like to try the same route.

    Reply
  5. Laurenrach

    I truly admire how many people are moving away from fussy table decorations! These are charming and perfect in every way!

    Reply
  6. mimi

    oh my god i love it! total inspiration. actually when you copy something outright is that technically still inspiration?

    Reply
  7. Meg

    That Ketubah! Please please pretty please tell us where it is from. I know I’m not the first one to ask!

    Reply
  8. Once Wed

    Hey Guys! I updated the vendor information with where she got her ketubah. Hope this helps!

    Reply

Leave a Reply

  • (will not be published)