Sweet Brooklyn Wedding II

I love that Jen and Scott were married in Central Park–what a perfect New York ceremony! Both the ceremony and reception had such a classic, New York feel with a sweet twist of Brooklyn style. And on a side note, how adorable is Jen’s red hair with just a simple barrette? So sweet!

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Photography: Kate Murphy Photography

Flowers: Saipua

Wedding Dress: Sarah Seven

Ceremony Venue: Wagner’s Cove in Central Park

Reception Venue: Frankies Spuntino, Brooklyn

Brownie Favors: Baked

Ring Book: Pommes Frites

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24 Responses to “Sweet Brooklyn Wedding II”

  1. WeddingXpert

    The more details I see, the more I fall in love with this wedding! All the rustic, overgrown florals are amazing…I still cannot get over the amazingness that is that dress!

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  2. michelle

    love this wedding too! so cute! i love the bride’s shoes in the ceremony – who are they?

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  3. Tracie

    I am looking for a simple barrette to wear for my wedding. Do you mind sharing where you found yours?

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  4. Julia

    Just beautiful, made my heart swell. Your hair! And that cake looks ridiculously delicious! May I ask (as someone who would dearly love my reception at Frankie’s), how did you get around the no dancing?

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  5. Karen

    How lovely! Congratulations! Would you mind sharing where the groom’s shirt is from? We are having trouble finding something so perfectly classic and simple. Thanks!

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  6. Jen Jones

    Hi guys!

    Thanks for the lovely comments.

    Julia, sadly we couldn’t get around the no dancing rule. They agreed to allow us to have a first dance, which we completely forgot about (I know I’m a terrible bride!). Between the food/drinks/chatting etc. the 4 hours flew by! I have to say the food is totally worth having no dancing. They kindly packed up a ton of food (cheese, olives, homemade pasta, prosciutto) for us to take home. I didn’t cook for the next 3 days ha.
    Since it was a young crowd, we took the “after party” to Summit Bar in E.Village (rented a bus to take everyone over) and partied the night away until the wee hours. The events staff at Frankies are wonderful (esp. Marci), I’d highly recommend them.

    Kelly, we let the guests take home the keys (quite a few people have turned them into necklaces). The tags were used as placecards so they have everyones name typed on them via a typewriter. My amazing Mom spent time hunting the keys down on ebay/etsy for me. We also gave them sweet&salty brownies from Baked in Red Hook to take with them.

    Karen, the shirt is from IndoChino and it is called “Blue check dress shirt”. You send them your measurements and they’ll make a custom shirt for you. Keep a lookout for coupon codes, they have sales quite a bit!
    http://www.indochino.com/collection/Shirts

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  7. Julia

    Thank you SO MUCH for replying! That’s so lovely about the food! We’ve considered an after party somewhere else but weren’t won over, although the food and ambiance of Frankies does seem like it would make up for everything else. Thanks again x

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  8. Looks Good To Me

    I am getting married next Fall in Brooklyn and we are having our rehearsal dinner at Frankies. I would love to know where you got your beautiful cake! xoxo

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  9. Jen Jones

    Looks Good to Me, the cake is from Baked in Red Hook (it’s the “coffee cake” flavor). Renato there is a pleasure to work with. I also love their brownies and homemade marshmallows!

    Our guests had the cake in addition to tiramisu and red wine prunes with mascarpone for dessert. So tasty!

    http://bakednyc.com/page/cakes-and-treats/cakes/

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  10. Katie

    wow this wedding is simply stunning!!
    And I couldn’t get over how many details of this I am using in my upcoming wedding – I have a bunch of old keys to use as decorations, am busy making colourful printed cloth napkins and metres of hessian ready to become table runners – although our colours are corals, oranges and pinks .. :).

    Just randomly… I am wondering where is the napkin fabric from?

    ps. your cake looks SO delicious!!

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  11. Jen Jones

    Hi Katie,

    Apologies for the delay. The fabric is from fabric.com (I used an online coupon code for 30% off and got it for a steal!). I had a person on Etsy sew them into napkins for me (unfortunately, sewing is not a skill I have).

    Goodluck with your wedding! The day really does fly by.

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  12. Darcy

    Jen, I have my eyes set on a Sarah Seven dress, but with all the negative reviews about their customer service I am hesitant to buy from her. Can I ask what your experience was? Did you order through lovely? Was the dress delivered on time? Did the dress arrive in the same quality and standard as the dress you originally tried on???

    Thanks!!!

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