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With its 250 acres of Catskills forest preserve, Onteora Mountain House set one gorgeous stage for Mia and Alex’s rustic wedding. The family affair included handpicked flowers from the gorgeous Bride and her sweet daughter, a vintage wedding dress and this beautiful setting. And thanks to Betsi Ewing Studio and Oh Stella Studio, we can gush over it all in The Vault!

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Fall
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Rustic

From Betsi Ewing StudioThe clouds lifted just in time for the Catskills to paint the background for this mountain celebration. Mia, Alex, and their lovely daughter Vivienne invited friends and family to Onteora Mountain House, a stunning place of serenity and love. Betsi Ewing gracefully and playfully captured the day, which was accented by delicious food from Blue Mountain Bistro, perfect flowers by Lindsay Rae Design and blazing tunes from Pinkwing. Everyone was jeweled with the bride’s gorgeous Mia Lara jewelry pieces.

I had been waiting many years for this perfect day to come for Mia and Alex. I met them in Woodstock years earlier at Mia’s best friend Heather’s wedding and made fast friends with the two Brooklyn couples who lived nearby me. I watched as Mia and Alex’s relationship progressed from boyfriend and girlfriend, to parents of beautiful Viv, to husband and wife. They do everything with such calmness and kindness. The whole weekend, not just the wedding, was certainly one to remember!

Everyone gathered at the Onteora Mountain House to help Mia and Alex set up for their big day. Mia and daughter Viv picked flowers at a nearby farm to add some extra color to their decor, while friends set up the photo booth, seating cards, desert table (including cake balls from Milk!) and the band Pinkwing arrived from Brooklyn. Most of the weekend was rainy but the skies cleared just long enough for Mia + Alex to wander around the green Onteora property for some stunning photos. Friends and family stayed the weekend at the campy Graham + Co Hotel nearby in Phoenicia, biking around town and breakfasting at the local famous Phonecia Diner.

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Photography: Betsi Ewing Studio | Cinematography: Oh Stella Studio | Floral Design: Lindsay Rae Design | Wedding Dress: Vintage | Invitations: Ann's Paperie | Bride's Shoes: Olive Thomas Shoes | Jewelry: Mia Lara | Jewelry: Cat Bird | Catering: Blue Mountain Bistro | Hair + Makeup: Mela Salon | Band: Pinkwing | Groom's Attire: Aldo | Groom's Attire: Hugo Boss | Hotel: The Graham And Co | Venue: Onteora Mountain House | Cake Balls: Milk Bar | Photography - Assistance: Felix Studios

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Think You’ve Seen An Elegant Beach Wedding? Think Again

The Hamptons. The name alone evokes luxury and elegance. And this East Hampton wedding from Brklyn View Photography embodies that classic Hamptons style. From the Bride’s monogrammed Jack Rodgers sandals to the handmade driftwood arbor adorned with soft, romantic flowers, this fall day is the beachy elegant wedding of our dreams. See it all now in The Vault!

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Fall
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Al Fresco

From The Bride…When it came to planning our wedding we knew we wanted it to be a fun and intimate event that reflected our style as a couple. We grew up at the beach and wanted to incorporate the beachy elegance of The Hamptons into our wedding. After visiting East Hampton Point we knew their waterfront location was the perfect fit. We were married overlooking the water, surrounded by close friends and family, by the same judge that had married Brenden’s parents, and there was not a dry eye in the room by the end of the ceremony.

Little details were carefully planned to personalize the day. A custom laurel wreath monogram was created for our invitations and a vintage map of East Hampton was used for the envelope liner. For my something blue, I wore a vintage brooch on my bouquet that my Mother had worn on her wedding dress. We also created two signature cocktails, Little Plains Beach, the location where Brenden proposed, and Navy Beach, one of our favorite spots in Montauk.

The floral design was one of my favorite parts of wedding planning. We incorporated mercury glass vases and votives into the table design, along with pops of blush flowers to add a soft romantic feel. A handmade driftwood arbor filled with flowers created the perfect backdrop for our ceremony and fit in perfectly with the scenery.

I have been planning my wedding ever since I was a little girl and the day was everything I could have ever dreamed of and more. We were so lucky to have the help of our amazing families and vendors to make the day so perfect.

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Photography: Brklyn View Photography | Floral Design: Karen Lenahan Design | Wedding Dress: Maggie Sottero | Bride's Shoes: Jack Rogers | Hair + Makeup: BEAUTIFUL By Katy And Dina | Invitations + Calligraphy: Natalie Chang Designs | Groom's Attire: Brooks Brothers | Venue: East Hampton Point

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They Wed in the Same Church Her Parents Did 37 Years Earlier

Trust me when I say, it doesn’t get much more nautical (or prettier) than this New York wedding. From the ceremony at the same church where the Bride’s parents said “I do” to the yacht club reception, this navy and pink striped day is quintessential nautical. And with vendors Brklyn View PhotographyViolet And VerdeWeddington Way and Sweet Booths, it was an absolute dream. Get pinning now in The Vault!

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Fall

From The Bride…Steve and I were married on a beautiful day in October, at the same church where my parents walked down the aisle more than 37 years before. Our ceremony set the tone for a day we envisioned as a timeless celebration that combined tradition with fun details that expressed our personalities.

A palette of navy blue and pink – accented with classic stripes – was brought to life through custom save the dates from Sincerely, Jackie, and carried throughout our attire and décor.

Keeping with our vision, I paired my Rosa Clara wedding dress with my mom’s veil and grandmother’s pearl necklace. Steve and his groomsmen wore grey suits and striped bow ties, while each bridesmaid chose her own navy Alfred Sung dress.

Our reception venue, Bridgeview Yacht Club, served as a beautiful waterfront setting for some of my favorite photos of the day captured by the incredibly talented Brklyn View Photography. The venue’s ballroom provided a classic backdrop for colorful, garden-inspired floral arrangements by Violet and Verde, which popped against the room’s navy and gold décor.

By choosing a venue that handled coordination and catering among many other things, we were able to focus more time and budget on personal details for our guests to enjoy – like a fun photo booth and favors, the groom’s favorite black and white cookies.

After an evening filled with toasts, food and dancing, the celebration came to a close with delicious donuts from a local bakery – a perfectly sweet ending to an even sweeter day!

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Photography: Brklyn View Photography | Floral Design: Violet And Verde | Wedding Dress: Designer Loft | Cake: The Sweet Peace | Invitations: Sincerely Jackie | Ceremony Venue: St. Raymond's Church | Reception Venue: Bridgeview Yacht Club | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Weddington Way | Makeup: Colori Bella | Band: Times Square Orchestra | Ties: Brooks Brothers | Groomsmen Attire: Jos A. Bank | Photo Booth: Sweet Booths

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