Don’t you love Sarah and Kareem’s beautiful Brooklyn wedding?? There is such a timeless, New York feel with a little hint of whimsy. And this wedding just goes to show that you don’t have to have a huge budget to pull of a beautiful ceremony and reception. The bride and groom did almost everything themselves! So sweet…
Flowers: Lilac, Viburnum and Spirea in vintage blue Ball Jars (ebay) and an assortment of old beer & soda bottles from an antique store in PA. Sarah and her mom arranged all of the flowers on our own, something they’ve done on occasion for other people’s events. For the bridal party bouquets, they re-used the flower arrangements from the Rehearsal Dinner the night before. Just a little florist tape and ribbon! Boutonnieres came from Opalia, in Brooklyn.
Dress: Blue by Enzoani from The White Gown in Brooklyn. Sash and headpiece were made by a friend.
Suit: John Varvatos
Rings: onestonenewyork on Etsy
Food & Pie: Bubby’s Brooklyn
Strings: Anthology Strings, Brooklyn
Invites: Lion in the Sun, Brooklyn
Photographer: Charlotte Jenks Lewis
Hair: Kate Hanley from Tommy Guns salon.
We always think the most beautiful inspiration for weddings comes from nature. After all, Mother Nature has done a wonderful job, hasn't she? In today's featured editorial, the creative team elected to work with a very simple, pared-down palette of green and brown, both usually found as the base colors in nature. Highlighting the beauty of these natural tones caused them to push the bounds of their creativity, resulting in a beautiful combination of simple, natural designs with a modern aesthetic.