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Spring Brooklyn Loft Wedding

I’m not sure how he does it, but Virgil Bunao always finds the coolest clients. Couples like this Brooklyn duo who planned an intimate warehouse wedding with city views for days. It’s a celebration that’ll steal your heart from the very first second (have you seen that Marchesa gown?) and lucky for us, the fun is just getting started.

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From Virgil BunaoI was called upon by Anne and Jason as their wedding photographer for their Brooklyn wedding, and I couldn’t believe how impressed I was by the entire day. It was such a personal day, a smaller wedding, but filled with heaps of emotion and love. The Liberty Warehouse was a great space, perfect for Anne and Jason’s styles and they the decor was just as beautiful. They brought the Brooklyn spring on the inside with fresh blooms in nature-colored vases and crisp white blossoms in rustic containers and twirled around on their chuppah. Striving to keep it simple but timeless, they certainly succeeded at this.

Anne was radiant in her Marchesa dress and she rocked it all night. I had a field day taking pictures of her in it; the details on the dress itself are amazing and she was a constant vision in it, from the moment she put it on to the last minutes of the reception. Jason was a man in love and a smile plastered on his face at all times. With his Paul Stuart suit, this dynamic duo complemented each other so well, looking like the classic bride and groom, and a husband and wife ready to embark on this awesome journey.

Photography: Virgil Bunao | Videography: McKenzie Miller Films | Floral Design: Fox Fodder Farm | Wedding Dress: Marchesa | Ceremony Venue: Liberty Warehouse | Reception Venue: Liberty Warehouse | Bride's Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Bridesmaids' Dresses: J.Crew | Band: Project Orange | Groom's Attire: Paul Stuart

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Elegant Bowery Hotel Wedding

This stunning couple envisioned their wedding as “an elegant downtown New York City evening that that glistened with romance”, and every inch of it owns up to that statement in the best kind of way. From the gilded stationery by Bella Figura to the cozy candlelit ceremony, Brian Hatton is taking us through each moment, seamlessly, in this glowing gallery.

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From the beautiful Bride…The first time I walked into The Bowery Hotel I knew it was a special place. I instantly fell in love with the unique and untraditional space with its amazing character. When Ben proposed 5 years later in Gramercy Park, I quickly said “yes” and almost immediately called The Bowery Hotel. I knew it was the perfect setting for us to begin the rest of our lives. After our first walk through, Ben agreed that he loved it and we instantly knew it would be the ideal venue for our special day.

When we envisioned our wedding, we saw an elegant downtown New York City evening that that glistened with romance. With the help of our amazing florist, Vanessa, we were able to evoke the romantic Secrete Garden feeling of which I had been dreaming. Ben and I both wanted to have an intimate and personal ceremony, and to throw a really great dinner party.

We kept this in mind as we began to plan and tried to fill every detail with a personal touch. As guests entered into the ceremony, classic love songs played on the saxophone and pictures of our family member’s weddings lined the bar. Our ceremony took place in front of the fireplace and our florist transformed it into a cascading arrangement that would serve as the perfect enchanting backdrop to our ceremony. We wrote every word of our ceremony in the months leading up to the wedding. Ryan, the mutual friend that introduced me to Ben, married us and two of our uncles read quotes of love and inspiration from children’s books.

After the ceremony, guests enjoyed cocktail hour on the terrace. A jazz duet serenaded the guests to that classic New York City saxophone sound as they sipped on cocktails and ate hors devours. A scroll hung from the ceiling guiding guests to their seats. We entered the party and danced our first dance to Nina Simone’s Feeling Good. As classic rat pack tunes played, guests entered the dining room and found two long king tables set with Florentine gold trimmed chargers and gold silverware. All white flowers and greenery flowed down the length of the tables while candlelight warmed the room. In between courses, toasts were made in the center of the tables, giving the room an intimate setting.

As the sun set in the windows of the Bowery, the party began. To kick off the party the Italian Tarantella was played, which transitioned into the Jewish Hora. This was important to us because it melded the traditions of our two families together and got everyone on the dance floor. After hours of dancing, we stepped outside together to savior the moment with New York City surrounding us and, in the middle of the street on Bowery with the Empire State building in the background; we took a final dance for the evening.

Photography: Brian Hatton Photography | Cinematography: NY Filmworks | Coordinator: Just About Married | Floral Design: Verde | Wedding Dress: Ines DiSanto | Cake: Cakes By Chris | Reception Venue: Bowery Hotel | Shoes: Manolo Blahnik | Bridesmaids' Dresses: La Femme | Hair: Marcos Diaz | Band: Rhythm Collective | Groom's Attire: Custom Rothmans | Groom's Shoes: Dsquared2 | Bride's Reception Dress: Marchesa | Earrings: Jenny Packham | Invitations And Menus: Bella Figura | Maid Of Honor Dress: Badgley Mischka | Make-Up Artist: Kelsey Morgan | Reception Shoes: Christian Louboutin | Table Top Rentals: Party Rental Ltd.

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IM Photo Studio + A Promotion!

When Ina McConnell of IM Photo Studio gets behind the lens, seriously pretty things happen. With a background in fashion design and a fashion-forward approach to photography, IM Photo Studio aims to let couples truly be themselves. And the result? Undeniably stunning + timeless photos.

Currently based on Long Island, but moving the business to New York City, Ina of IM Photo Studio started shooting weddings to create something different and unique in the market. Connecting with couples and photographing them in a way to expose a bit of humor, a quirk or something that makes them uniquely them is what sets IM Photo Studio apart. Delivering incredibly beautiful images and top-notch service, it’s clear that Ina loves what she does and is passionate about capturing your wedding memories for years to come!

I mean, how gorgeous?! For more inspiration and information, head over to the IM Photo Studio blog.  To top all this prettiness off, IM Photo Studio is offering our readers (and future NYC brides!) a free mini engagement and mini boudoir session when booking a wedding package (valued at $499) as well as 20% off their wedding day coverage! Be sure to mention code smp2014 when booking to redeem promotion. 

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