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Stylish, Snowy NYC Wedding at Studio 450

From now on, when I think of stylish NYC weddings, this beauty from Caroline Frost will no doubt pop into my noggin. It’s simply city chic perfection, where every detail has style for miles and even the snow showed up on cue. Honestly I can’t get enough of every image sitting in this gallery, and you can see what all the gushing is about right here.

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Winter
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ChurchLoft
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Elegant

From The Bride…David and I are Ohio natives that met and fell in love in New York City. When it came time to plan our wedding we knew we wanted to share our big city home with our friends and out of town families. Our challenge was to have an “NYC wedding” that didn’t feel themed and we achieved this with our amazing venue: Studio 450. The penthouse loft space was the perfect place to showcase the views of the skyline and make our guests feel like they were attending a glamorous night out rather than at a stuffy wedding. The venue was also a beautiful blank white canvas where I could really get creative with everything from rentals and lighting to food and floral.

After a year of planning we came to the week of our wedding which surprised us with a blizzard. A family friend told me that “snow on your wedding day means that God is blessing your marriage” and we couldn’t have been happier with the bad weather! The snow made the weekend incredibly cozy and romantic, our guests really embraced the atmosphere. The bridal party and families spent the day at The Carlton Hotels incredible “New Yorker Suite” visiting and enjoying our mimosa bar while I prepared for the night. We later enjoyed an emotional “first look” and took to the streets for some stunning photos in the snow. After our ceremony concluded at the historic Church of the Incarnation, we surprised our guests with double-decker tour buses to take them on a quick jaunt through Times Square to the reception. Once at the reception the skies cleared and guests were able to dance the night away feeling like they were atop the city itself. It was an absolutely perfect weekend that we will cherish the rest of our lives.

Photography: Caroline Frost | Videographer: Red Bicycle Media | Planner: Milestone Events By Kristy | Floral Design: Michael George | Wedding Dress: Enzoani | Cake: Magnolia Bakery | Invitations: Bella Figura | Reception Venue: Studio 450 | Bride's Shoes: Christian Louboutin | Bridesmaid Dresses: Jenny Yoo | Catering: Relish | Hair: Giselle Macri | DJ: Aria Melody | Groom's Attire: Vera Wang Black | Bridal Robe: Girl With A Serious Dream | Bridesmaid Robes: Plum Pretty Sugar | Cake Topper: Clayphory | Getting Ready Hotel: The Carlton Hotel | Makeup: Makeup By Erin | Menus/Programs: Wiregrass Weddings | Photography Assistant: Amy Rizzuto | Transportation: Gray Line NY Sightseeing | Vintage Postage: Verde Studio | Wedding Signage: Paper Tangent

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Outdoor Brooklyn Wedding with the New York Skyline

When it comes to ceremony backdrops, the New York City skyline pretty much tops the list. It’s completely iconic yet wildly romantic, and this Brooklyn lovefest is the pretty little proof. The couple built their wedding on modern design with classic sensibilities, and 13:13 Photography snapped up every last bit. Click here to see for yourself.

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Summer
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Elegant

From The Bride…I met my husband, Ahmet, in Istanbul. I was teaching there for a summer, and we fell in love. Shortly after I returned to the states, he relocated here as well. Our first year together was an adventure, to say the least, and we came through it with a fantastic bond and love for each other. We originally married in September 2011 in a small NYC CIty Hall ceremony with family, but held off on wedding receptions until the summer of 2013. Waiting to celebrate was a great idea, as we were able to have a fantastic ceremony and reception, my husband was able to use the English he had mastered over the past couple of years, his family was able to join us in New York from Turkey (and my family joined us in Turkey as well for our 3rd — and final — wedding celebration, but that’s another story!) and everything came together fabulously.

Our day was really very special. We wanted something that was celebratory & beautiful, that blended both of our cultures, and most of all, that was fun. We incorporated details from Turkish culture (“Turkish delight” favors, Turkish music and folk dance) while still maintaining a traditional American wedding ceremony and reception. The Turkish folk dancing was a big hit with all of our guests!

I also DIYed many of the details: my headpiece, the glass pedestal bowls for the centerpieces, invitations, programs and menus, and favors. I love crafting and our wedding was the perfect excuse to put it into practice. 1 year later, we are so incredibly happy and grateful to be spending our lives together, and we are expecting our first child! We are very, very excited to start our family.

Photography: 13:13 Photography | Florist: Flowers By Emil | Wedding Dress: Bridal Garden | DJ: Starry Night's Gabriela Jeffrey | Ceremony And Reception Venue: Giando On The Water | Makeup: Nessa Kraja

Brooklyn Bridge New York Engagement

The Brooklyn Bridge never ceases to take my breath away… now add a perfect NYC summer day, one ridiculously sweet couple, and the ever amazing Yazy Jo and *poof* you have a stunning engagement session that will surely sweep you off your feet. It’s absolutely timeless and in true Yazy Jo style, effortlessly beautiful. Click here for the full gallery.

From the Bride… Don and I knew immediately that we wanted to have our engagement photos taken in Brooklyn Bridge Park. This is where we had our first date in New York City, sitting on a park bench eating Grimaldi’s pizza. We live in Brooklyn and this is still where we often go to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. And you can’t beat the view!

Photography: Yazy Jo | Anna's Dress: Gap | Don's Outfits: H&M | Location: Brooklyn Bridge Park

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