Before the NYE party, we were trying to figure out how many people we needed to cross off the list, in order to keep within a decent budget and actually afford a wedding. Having the party at our friends’ lost made it more affordable, and gave us a bit more control over plans and timing. NOW we were excited and we couldn’t stop the ideas from flowing!
While exploring floral options, I found a floral/space designer that shared an affinity for all things paper and hired him to help me with the huge task of decorating the space, and making it “our own” – creating an environment that reflected our eclectic taste and my love for paper.
With a bit of ingenuity and footwork, a few stellar vendors, a lot help from our friends, and a handy Zipcar, we created the wedding of our dreams and our guests had an absolute blast, Brooklyn style ;)
Photography: Weddings By Two
Wedding Dress: Vintage 1930’s
Groom Suit: Banana Republic
Hair: Tom Lee(Whistle Salon)
Makeup: Wendy Huber
Floral/Environment Design: Joel Yapching- jlyapching(at)hotmail(dot)com
Officiant: Eileen Regan
Wedding Planner: Christine Viola
Catering: Bassett Catering
String Musicians: Two Dudes Play Your Wedding
DJ: Dave Fischoff from Popshop!
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