With the number of emotional photos at this wedding (happy ceremony tears, family hugging tears, dance floor cheers, and belly laughs), I’m secretly hoping to catch you at work and make you sniffle at your desk. Muhaha!
Two white gowns + two hot ladies = too much for us to handle. The backdrop to this swank event was an old tobacco factory-turned-loft space, Deity Lounge in Brooklyn. The must-sees: lots of ink, personalized cake pops (get in my mouf), and some truly epic accessory bling. Plus, they had matching ring finger tattoos which were in addition to their rings, not instead.
No flowers, no cake, no joke: this a chic and funky do! This couple surrounded themselves with art, friends, and some amazing DIY projects and some cheap-and-chic centerpieces.
Donielle & Wayne didn’t just want a wedding they wanted to create an entire experience. They rented an abandoned warehouse next to a train station to have their ceremony. Afterwards they held a decadent candlelit dinner party reception.
The offbeat bride: Danielle, Attorney Her offbeat partner: Dave, Computer Programmer Location & date of wedding: The ceremony was held in the arch under the Manhattan Bridge, and the reception was held at the Dumbo Loft, Brooklyn, NY — August 29, 2009 What made our wedding offbeat: Our wedding invitation was illustrated by our friend […]