DFW Wedding at Venue at Waterstone
We fell in love with the spirit of this couple – their enthusiasm, vulnerability, welcoming hearts, and especially the importance they place on community. Ashley and Brad wanted their wedding to envelope their guests in as much warmth and joy as their hugs.
While we are feeling more nostalgic this year than most, we are so thankful for the memories we’ve created with couples we now call friends. This sentiment from Ashley & Brad’s ceremony feels especially fitting for their story, as well as celebrating a first anniversary in 2020:
“Real love is productive, not consumptive. Productive love is how you both support each other’s ambitions. It’s how you hold each other up through hard times, comfort, and encourage each other through both the darkness and the light. It’s the way each one of you makes the other one laugh so much harder and stronger than you laugh alone.”
Catskills Wedding at Deer Mountain Inn
Lauren and Bryan are both the type of people who are so warm and gentle in nature that you immediately let your guard down upon meeting them. Their playful energy with each other and their loved ones is infectious. Last year, we were fortunate to spend time with Lauren and Bryan in the Catskills, including a hiking adventure inspired by their mutual love of the outdoors, and the most beautiful and heart-warming mountaintop wedding at Deer Mountain Inn.
Photography: Arius Photography // Venue: Deer Mountain Inn // Event Design/Planning: Jenny Oz Events // Floral Design: Elderberry Design and Flowers // Videography: Solidity Films // Music: Silver Arrow Band // Rehearsal Dinner Venue: American Glory BBQ
Philadelphia Wedding at Moulin
Though they consider themselves polar opposites, Viviana and Daniel share a love of camping (the inspiration behind our Rickett’s Glen adventure), a passionate approach to life, and even a secret language and handshake. Daniel is goofy and patient with an infectious laugh, and Viviana is creative, enthusiastic, and deeply emotional. After Daniel gifted Viviana with a photo album on their first anniversary, they continued to pass albums back and forth, adding photos and personal captions over time. On the morning of the wedding, Viviana was brought to tears when she received a new album from Daniel with the placeholder “future wedding photo” written on the cover.
This wedding was the perfect combination of tradition and fun, with a beautiful Ketubah signing and wedding ceremony that incorporated Daniel’s family heirlooms, ending with a great big party. Thank you so much for letting us celebrate your love with you!
Photography: Redfield Photography // Venue: Moulin at Sherman Mills // Planning+Event+Floral Design: Evantine Design // Wedding Dress: Eve of Milady of Kleinfield // Hair+Makeup Artist: Monica Virga Cosmetics // Videography: Solidity Films // Catering: Brûlée Catering // Music: BVT Live: Big Ric Rising // Invitations: Paper of Philly // Photobooth: Instaglamour // Event Staging+Lighting+Draping: Eventions Productions
Philadelphia Wedding at Bok
Claire and Kevin are our kinds of people. They are warm and friendly. They call Brewerytown, Philadelphia home, and love grabbing a beer at Crime + Punishment. For their adventure shoot, we rode bikes down the Schuylkill River Trail, taking a few breaks to enjoy the warm weather (they brought their own hammock) and also dodge some freak thunderstorms. They foster kittens and even have an Instagram dedicated to them, along with their cat Dot. We could go on and on, but the point is that we really love this awesome couple.
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Photography: Redfield Photography // Venue: Bok Building // Event Design/Planning: Confetti & Co // Florals: Devon & Pinkett // Wedding dress boutique: Lovely Bride Philly // Hair & Makeup: Lather Hair Studio // Videography: Solidity Films // Catering: Feast Your Eyes // Music: 74 Events // Photobooth: Clique Bait Photobooth Co
Upstate NY Wedding at M&D Farm
Nicole and Sean’s wedding was a celebration of joy, spontaneity, and connection—a juxtaposition of playfulness and tradition just like the couple themselves. It was important to the couple that they honored their day in a way that felt authentically them without feeling too stuffy or rigid. The beautifully restored M&D Farm was the perfect setting for their earthy eclectic wedding with its wildflower fields and antique touches.
Photography: With Love And Embers // Venue: M&D Farm // Floral Design: Olive & June Florals // Decorative Herbs: Native Farm Flower // Wedding Dress: Made with Love Bridal // Makeup Artist: Savor Beauty // Hair: Lisa De Jesus // Groom’s Apparel: My.Suit // Videography: Solidity Films // Catering: The Lily & The Rose // Music: Soul City of Boston // Invitations: The Jealous Mistress
NYC Wedding at Public
Hana and Mike’s wedding was a labor of love. They wrote their ceremony together, foregoing the traditional script for something more personal to them and their guests. The ambiance was warm and loving, mimicking the couple themselves. Through their love, Hana and Mike found safety to be themselves, yet also an inspiration to be better for each other. Hana sees Mike as patient, kind, level-headed, warm-hearted, and loves watching his way with others. Mike sees Hana as caring, devoted, patient, inspiring, and loves her commitment toward family and friends. After five years of blissfully walking, running, and rowing toward this day, Hana and Mike said their vows (which they also wrote themselves) in front of loved ones at Public in NYC.
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Photography: Lindsay Hackney // Floral Design: Apotheca Flower Shoppe // Hair: Joseph Battisti // Makeup: Glam Squad // Stationery: Birdwalk Press // Calligraphy: Clementineletterco // Rings: Bario-neal // Music: Scratch Weddings // Venue: Public NYC (Closed)
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