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Martha Title_key Susy

Real Wedding
gallery Jun 15 2015
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Brooklyn Brides

This wedding is definitely something special! The brides energy comes through in every image! You can tell how much love & support they are surrounded by! 

From the photographer, Khaki Bedford...

Martha and Suzy are two of the most fun people you’ll ever meet and their wedding really reflected their passion for life and each other! The couple started off the day with a first look at McGolrick Park in Greenpoint.  Both brides decided to wear a wedding dress and didn’t see each other until the wedding day, which made for a touching and emotional first look. 

This was followed by family portraits along the Brooklyn waterfront. Both brides have a lot of family and friends, so there was a big wedding party and the Manhattan skyline was the perfect backdrop. The ceremony and reception at Greenpoint Loft was filled with super cute DIY details and colorful floral arrangements. 

The reception kicked off with a New Orleans style brass band and the party went on for the rest of the night. Some special highlights were a duet by one of the brides and her sister, and delicious hibiscus and dulce de leche doughnuts in lieu of cake. 

The night ended with a huge "Hora Loca" celebration -  a traditional Venezuelan dance party, where the guests donned wigs, hats, sunglasses and carried blown up microphones and guitars.  

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Jeff Title_key Vito

Styled Shoot
gallery Jun 11 2015
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Watercolor Whisky Brunch

Perfect spring & summer inspiration seems simple enough, right? Pastels paired with light, lush blooms and bubbly cocktails tend to set the tone for the thawing season. When we started to think about producing a spring inspired shoot at the Kings County Distillery with two grooms-to-be, we realized how many stereotypes we’d have to bend (or break all together).  

Of course, when you think, traditionally, about men in a whiskey distillery, it brings up images of rich mahogany, rocks glasses, plaid, tweed; typical elements of fall décor. So what were we to do? We settled on throwing all of those ideas out the window.  

Starting with watercolor as the basis for this shoot, we sought to incorporate the light pattern into as many facets of this shoot as possible. The unbearably talented Gina Paola Design created a watercolor pattern that we used for a backdrop, bottle bands, as an accent on the Octavia & Brown bar cart, and in the tablescape.  These hues lightened up the distillery immensely.  

From there, we chose bright blooms and spring-ready place settings, accented with gold. Though this could have felt overly feminine, we used a sturdy table and whisky bottles to add masculine elements.  

We wanted to play with attire, as this was an engagement brunch of sorts, so formal wear was unnecessary. The floral blazer is a statement piece for sure. Vito donned it perfectly with a lavender button down and slim grey chinos. Jeff’s ensemble was meant to compliment Vito’s, so we used coral and leaf green for his outfit. Jewelry was kept to a minimum, as was hair & makeup, though Holly & Justine knocked the hair out of the park.  

Our scrumptious food was provided by the lovely ladies of Atelier Roquette. Yes, the food tasted just as beautiful as it looks!  

As a dessert element, we wanted to stray away from the macaron scene. When the idea of watercolor cookies came up, we couldn’t resist! April Preston Design won our hearts over with these stunning pieces of art! We almost didn’t want to eat them. Almost.  

The barrel room and seating vignette really brought light to how stunning the Kings County Distillery is. We were lucky to be able to showcase it’s versatility!    

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Jim Title_key Dan

Engagement
gallery May 20 2015
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We aren't mad that winter is gone, but how cute are these guys?! We love their cozy winter engagement session!

The love story...

Jim & Dan met at Barksdale Theatre in the summer of 1998, during their stage production of "The Rocky Horror Show." That summer, Dan had just graduated from the University of Richmond and found his first professional experience working backstage on the production. After many years of performing in community theater, Jim had auditioned for his first professional role. It took Jim 6 auditions to land the role of Dr. Frank N' Furter, a dream of his. They met in late May. After shows, the cast would hang out at The Lighthouse, the Fan bar patronized by the Richmond theatre crowd. As the summer went by, eye contact across the room became a table in the corner for words shared by just the two of them. 

During a quick 45-second costume change one night, Jim raced to his place and asked Dan, "Do I have lipstick on my teeth?" Dan answered with a kiss. 16 years later, the couple is still bonded by that kiss. Since, they've worked in the arts and education sectors, giving back to the city that brought them together.

How they got engaged...

On the day it became legal to marry in Virginia, Dan surprised Jim. Home from work that day, Dan was about to take the dog for a walk, while Jim prepped work out. In a spur of the moment, Dan came upstairs and said, "Can I ask you a question?" Knowing he wanted to propose, Dan had stopped by a shop on the way home and picked up the only thing he could think off in the spur of the moment. He got down on one knee and proposed. Never has a Ring Pop tasted so sweet.

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Jeremy Title_key Ross

Real Wedding
gallery May 11 2015
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Minneapolis Matrimony

These sweethearts had such a beautiful engagement session in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. Now, they are telling us about planning their nuptials! De Nueva Photography was there to capture all the love!

From Ross...

Once the Minnesota marriage law changed in 2012, we knew we needed to put the planning in full throttle for a summer wedding in Minneapolis the following year.  

As for our big day, the most important thing for us both was food, drinks, and friends/family. We shared a belief that our wedding day is the opportunity to throw the most extravagant party of our lifetime, so we focused on making it just that. Jeremy was an amazing planner throughout the whole thing, thinking of every detail, making huge lists and timelines, and keeping us both on track. We divided and conquered the small stuff, and did all of the important things together.

One of easiest decisions for us during the planning process was deciding on two aisles instead of a center aisle. We didn't know the “gay-wedding” norms, but knew that with traditional weddings and one spouse at a time down the aisle, we wouldn't fit into a typical gender order. The other decision that was incredibly easy for us was choosing our groomsmaids. They each represent such a big part of our lives and we knew immediately that they would all be huge parts our big day. Fortunately, Jeremy and I both had the same number!  

The most fun part of the whole process was deciding on the different readings. Since neither of us is religious, we wanted something that reflected a more worldly and spiritual theme. We chose a Buddhist poem, an Irish blessing, a Christian passage, a Jewish Prayer and a Native American verse.  

Most people probably find picking a theme or venue to be one of the hardest parts of planning a wedding. For us, we found that creating a seating chart was one of the hardest. We had two very different families and groups of friends coming together from all over the country, representing a guest list as diverse as our selection of readings. We wanted to make sure that we had a real joining of “sides,” so we spent a lot of time talking through the seating arrangement.  

With so many resources available online, like Pinterest, and the abundance of wisdom in books and from friends, we didn't have anything come up unexpectedly (at least that we know about!). Our day-of planner, Jennifer Hagerman was absolutely fantastic and took all of the stress out of our big day. If there was anything that we overlooked, she definitely took care of it for us.  

In the weeks and months after our wedding, a lot of people have and continue to ask us, “how is married life?” We did get to fill out one customs form coming back into the US from our honeymoon instead of two separate ones – so that was a change. But I think Jeremy and I can both agree – there have been no surprises to married life. I guess when you boil it down, we had committed to spending the rest of our lives together years and years ago. The wedding just put it in writing. And hell, it was also a pretty good reason to throw the best party of our life!

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Jocelyn Title_key Caroline

Real Wedding
gallery Apr 20 2015
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Big Sur Soirée

From the moment we laid eyes on Jocelyn & Caroline's engagement session, we were in love. Because, honestly, how stunning are these ladies? Their style is sheer perfection & we can't get enough. Full disclosure...we may look at these wedding photos weekly. *Sigh* 

Their unbelievably beautiful backdrop, Big Sur, made this intimate ceremony unforgettable! Pro tip - if you chose a gorgeous location for your nuptials, little decor is required.

Enjoy drooling over these babes!

From The Photographers...

Jocelyn & Caroline are two of the most genuine, life-loving ladies I have ever known. I met them when they hired me to shoot their engagement session at their house in San Diego, to capture their life as it was as a couple before getting married. There's something about being in someone's personal, curated space that makes you feel you know them. And perhaps them seeing me understanding and appreciating their world earned some familiarity and trust too. They share property with Jocelyn's Mom and their dear friend Jenny. They call it a compound. The four of them made up half of the wedding party (total = 9). The entire party included brothers of Caroline (1) and Jocelyn (2) , a Mom and Dad for each of them, and two close friends (including compound-mate Jenny).   

They rented out a few cabins at Deetjen's in Big Sur and spent the weekend hiking, playing music together and talking late into the night before the wedding. It was a close-knit group full of love. They all pitched in with the decor and arranging the ceremony space in the river bed below the Creek House. During the ceremony, I think everyone cried at least once. Jocelyn reached over to help Caroline wipe away her tears. They laughed and cried throughout. And then there were some of the strongest most sincere hugs all around.   

After that they had dinner in the private room at Deetjen’s restaurant and a dance party in the creek house. It was a fantastic, super fun, good time for all of us. I am so grateful to have been a part of it.

From Caroline...

Jocelyn and I aren't wedding people. Hell, before we met, we weren't even marriage people! So when we made the decision to get married and have a ceremony, we knew we wanted to do things in a way that reflect our values. This included staying on a (relatively) limited budget, maintaining an intimate guest list, DIYing most of our projects, utilizing natural beauty as our backdrop, and keeping my delicate, anxious little heart from exploding.  

Our two budget splurges were hiring Michelle of Rad + In Love Photography and putting our guests up in the ridiculously gorgeous Deetjen's Inn in Big Sur. Great photos and the ultimate California setting were more than worth the cash. Other than that, we kept the wardrobe budget modest and utilized the talents of our nine guests to round out the weekend. My mom crafted the most stunning succulent bouquets from cuttings in her garden (which now live in backyard pots!), sweet guitar tunes and videography were handled by our pack of gorgeous little brothers, our close friend Cary got officiated to marry us, and our compound-mate and best friend Jenny handled all the little details, part maid of honor, part best man, part bad-ass, just "Our Best". Our parents provided their unending love, resourcefulness, and financial support. This was a group project, indeed.  

After the ceremony we ate a fabulous dinner on-site, toasted, and got toasty. The evening then devolved into elated, drunken, hilarious, free-wheelin' dancing and revelry in the living room of the family cabin. I've never felt so much love in my life. I remember every moment of my wedding weekend. The way we celebrated felt true to our values and like a celebration of our community and family, not just of mine and Jocelyn's partnership. Our families are already asking for a reunion party, and damn it, they will get it!

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Emily Title_key Victoria

Engagement
gallery Apr 9 2015
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Emily and Victoria met while studying at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario – Victoria was in her final year, and Emily in her first, when Victoria hired Emily to be her theatre manager on a musical production she was producing. By the time the show had finished, they both knew that something very special had only just begun...  

After falling in love, persevering through years of long distance and creating a home and life together, on the eve of their six-year anniversary they proposed to one another on a December afternoon - during an unexpected, but beautiful and romantic snowstorm -  and both said “YES!” Custom rings had been hand-created in advance, and the location was chosen as the place where, years ago, they had both told each other that they were in love with one another.   Emily and Victoria are now excitingly planning for their dream “I dos” to take place in September 2015 in Muskoka, Ontario (where Victoria is from), and are truly blessed and ecstatic to spend the rest of their lives with their best friend, soul mate and true love!  

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Laura Title_key Julie

Real Wedding
gallery Mar 30 2015
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Brooklyn Nuptials

Laura & Julie are the epitome of cool. We love that they opted for a cocktail tour of Brooklyn to celebrate their nuptials! They are laid back, effortless & totally chic.  

From the brides....

Everyone says that it's impossible to meet someone at a bar, not in Julie & Laura's case.

Julie & Laura met at the Jukebox at Cubbyhole Bar in the West Village. Laura was picking out songs that she liked when she saw someone's hand come over and start tapping the screen. She turned around and it was Julie. Laura asked Julie what she wanted to hear, when Julie promptly responded, "See You Again" by Miley Cyrus. Laura thought she was cute and Julie thought Laura was cute, too. The two went to another bar with Laura's friends. Julie had ended up missing her last train back to Long Island, and Laura waited with her at a diner until the next train came. While at the diner, where it was brighter than the bars the two had been at, Julie commented,"Oh you have freckles" while she said it she smiled, which made Laura smile too.

For their first date, Julie bought a brand new pair of sunglasses. When Laura saw her walking up the street, she was a little intimidated by how cute Julie looked. On the date, Julie swears that Laura spoke less than 200 words and thought that, when she went to the bathroom, Laura was going to leave. Laura swears that she was quiet because she just wanted to listen to all of Julie's stories and wanted to spend nothing but more time with her.

Five and a half years later, there was no formal engagement or proposal, it was just a discussion and a decision. A decision to throw a kick ass dance party wedding with their friends to celebrate getting to this place and starting their life together. So in six weeks they planned their Night-Out-In-Brooklyn wedding and asked a good friend to officiate. The ceremony was held close to their home at Transmitter Park in Greenpoint. It's a special place for the two of them because they both love the water, not to mention it has a pretty amazing view of the city. 

Five and a half years later, Laura talks a lot more, but still likes to listen to Julie's stories.

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Ngoc Title_key Jamie

Real Wedding
gallery Mar 23 2015
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A San Fransisco Fête

Two cultures blending can make such a beautiful wedding ceremony. Ngoc & Jamie combined their backgrounds and the result was a simple, stunning mix of American & Vietnamese traditions! Can we talk about that Vietnamese wedding dress that Ngoc wore? Stunning! And, Jamie's ring is a family heirloom, passed down from about 1918. 

From the grooms...

We met on a night out, both celebrating new jobs. At the time, we lived and worked in New York City; Jamie lived in Brooklyn and I lived in Queens. We bonded over our passion for travel and through our relationships. We organize our lives around traveling. Our wedding had essences important to us: low-key, love of nature and the outdoors, and essentially we just love having friends and family over for barbecue. We do not like being the center of attention, so the space and the setup of our wedding helped us blend into the crowd so we could just talk and catch up with our guests. Our wedding was as much ours to enjoy as it was for our close friends and families.  

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Robyn Title_key Michelle

Real Wedding
gallery Feb 26 2015
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Windy City Winter Wedding

Winter weddings have our hearts forever! The coziness, the plaid, the deep hues all combine to create the most beautiful fêtes! Michelle & Robyn are weddings industry professionals, so we knew they'd nail it! We are honored that they shred their big day & love story with us!

From Robyn...

Michelle and I met in 2009. We live together in Chicago's Andersonville neighborhood with our two dogs, and we run two businesses together out of our home office. We spend a ridiculous amount of time with each other, and we love it! :) We both believe that the most valuable and precious thing in life is TIME....and time spent together. We love owning our own businesses and working together because it offers us a flexible lifestyle--sometimes you can find us trying a new brunch spot on a random Tuesday or wrapping up our week early and opening up a bottle of wine at 2pm on a Friday to get the weekend started. We love making last minute travel plans and exploring new cities. We are currently planning our honeymoon--somewhere nice and warm where we can relax on a beach and ditch the winter for a bit.   

We got engaged on top of Kite Hill in San Francisco in early 2014, and knew we wanted to seal the deal before the end of the year with a winter wedding in Chicago.   

From the very beginning, we knew we wanted to plan everything ourselves. We knew we wanted to work with eco-friendly vendors and vendors who gave back to the community. We also knew we wanted special DIY projects and personal details throughout the ceremony and reception.   We picked our venue, Gallery 1028, because it is a raw, open warehouse space--lofty and full of original old wood. The venue also works with a catering company that accommodated our request for comfort food--BBQ chicken and BBQ glazed salmon with green beans and sweet potato fries.   

December in Chicago is typically FREEZING, so we wanted to create a warm, cozy feel throughout the venue. We used over 400 candles--Yes....400! We had votives lit around the entire perimeter of the room, and each centerpiece included a cluster of candles with varying heights. We used mercury glass to create an added sparkle and glow. Pine was used throughout the venue as additional decor to fill up the space with a fresh, wintery smell. Each table setting included a sprig of pine, as well.  

Besides the pine, the florals we included were simple--the bridal parties had small bouquets made of babies breath. Both brides carried a winter greens bouquet with pine and blue thistle as well as babies breath.   

Some of my favorite wedding projects and highlights from our day include:  

-Michelle painted the "Rob + Mitch 12.13.14" sign on a window pane we found in an alley near our house.

-We collected old photo frames from thrift stores and antique stores and then we collected wedding day photos from both sides of our families all the way back to our great-great grandparents' wedding day, and we displayed those near the guest book table so that guests could see our family histories.

-We used mini champagne splits as wedding favors and as part of the table setting. As the night went on and guests wanted to break out the bubbly, many of our guests "chilled" their bottle in their water glass!

-We opted for a small wedding cake to cut that had buttercream frosting and rainbow layers inside. For guests, we had a variety of our favorite cupcakes from Courageous Bakery which donates 10% of their proceeds to Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

-We were married by our good friend, Amanda, and we wrote our own vows to repeat to each other.

-We incorporated our favorite songs into our ceremony. Our entire processional was to Shawn Colvin's cover of "This Must Be The Place", and as we were being pronounced married, we had our DJ start playing "Now Is The Start" by A Fine Frenzy. In our wedding video, you can see that we both start dancing to it a little right before we kiss!  

Advice for brides & grooms currently planning their wedding: The planning process will be as stressful or as fun as you allow it to be. We purposely took on all the planning ourselves so we didn't have tons of opinions and ideas and suggestions being thrown around by relatives and friends. We honestly didn't stress about anything throughout the entire planning process...We found fun ways to include personal details, and we spent time finding the right vendors to work with us so our experience was completely stress-free and enjoyable. We consider our vendors our true friends now!

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Tyrone Title_key Evan

Real Wedding
gallery Feb 9 2015
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A Montreal Marriage

Nothing makes our hearts sing quite like a wedding filled with tartan, so you can imagine our delight when Alison Slattery Photography sent us T & E's gorgeous Montreal ceremony.  

From the photographer...

Tyrone and Evan were so fun and easygoing on their day that they made it all look a bit too easy. Our day started at Hotel 10 where we were met with their family and friends from all over.

It was a day of 10's. May 10 at 10.45am at Hotel 10 situated on Rue Sherbrooke in Montreal, the sun beaming through the big windows the bedroom offered. We snapped as the boys got ready amongst the crowded room full of giggles and laughter. Tyrone and his best man Chris had a band of brides mates all wearing white except the maids of honour in navy while Evan had a band of grooms maids all dapper in their suits and tartan bow ties.  

On our way to Old port for portraits, I heard Evan giggle with his best man Chad about the fact they were driving to their own wedding. Knowing it was a weekend, and busy, we still managed to work our way through the crowds, beat the wind and still come out on top and better yet, stay on schedule. After all the combinations of photos, excitement and fun started to set in. The boys arrived back with cans of beer and got the party started, while looking over the cirque du soleil tent.  

Back at Hotel 10, the guests began to arrive and the day did not disappoint. The sun stayed alive in the sky while we watched Erika Jahn, Tyrone's close friend, officiate their wedding. It was super emotional for all and it must have felt so amazing to have your friend marry you. This year, it has been so fun going to weddings and watching friends and family marry their own. It is so intimate. Everyone looked amazing and I am so happy that we were part of their day. I have always wanted to photograph men in kilts and well lets just say, that there was no shortage at this wedding. One of my favourite moments was watching Tyrone and Evan walk under a tunnel of swords after their beautiful kiss. It was just so vibrant and so colourful.   

The reception took place at The Blackwatch Royal Regiment of Canada on Bleury. The guys were bagpiped into the room to meet and greet all their guests. The party started with the opening of an oyster bar and plenty of finger food for all to enjoy. Everyone danced to their amazing Irish band called Squid Jigger. I was really excited about this one, because they played some of my most favourite songs. Their D.J Steve Lacroix, was also amazing, playing 90's tunes all night long. It was one epic party and I am so happy for these two. They looked so happy together and danced the night away as we left. I hope you guys have a lifetime full of happiness. You are an amazing couple and I can't wait to see the honeymoon photos later this year.

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