Like most New York brides, I’ve been wondering how can I have an inexpensive wedding in NYC? I’ve been combing through the big commercial wedding websites for ideas of affordable wedding venues, and I found next to nothing that would fit my budget. Then I found tea houses as an inexpensive NYC wedding venue option!
How many fandoms can you count in this nerdy wedding theme? From Doctor Who to Star Trek, this couple knows how to get their nerd on (spoiler: barrels of homemade mead are involved).
A warehouse venue, life-size skeletons, Stormtroopers, a freight elevator entrance filled with smoke — we are starry-eyed with the brilliance of Bridget and Anthony’s eclectic warehouse wedding at The Art Factory in Paterson, New Jersey. As the guests stepped off the freight elevator, they were greeted with a Game of Thrones-inspired champagne wall. They actually […]
Margaret and Eric’s Jersey City wedding was ultra laid-back, super fun, and set in a vividly colorful and hip venue, South House. There were games, shots, epic dances, a rustic (and huge!) naked cake, and some of the most gorgeous mural shots ever.
Manhattan-based couple George and Matt were the stars of this vintage-inspired two-groom wedding inspiration. It was all Art Decor glamour of the Gatsby era brought into modern times. You’ll definitely want to see the champagne tower of antique glasses, glittering macarons, and magnificent six-tiered wedding cake (nearly as tall as the grooms!), frosted and gilded in icing reminiscent of Erté, with beads cascading down the sides.
Sam and Zig wanted a big DIY event, but splurged on the things that were most important to them, like their epic yellow and white flowers. The color perfectly match the heat of the day (a heat index of 105F!). Just wait until you see their gorgeous ceremony arch. In lieu of a big formal reception, these two beer lovers had a dinner and a pub crawl through Philly as their ceremony after-party.