Modern meets industrial might be my favorite way to say “I do,” especially when that glorious gem of a day is planned by the genius that is Exquisite Affairs Productions, serves up yummy treats from Marcey Brownstein and is set against a stunning Foundry backdrop.  That’s what we like to call a dream team of vendors, and the result is pure magic, right down to the tulip-lined tables.  Get your city chic on in the full gallery captured by Brian Hatton.  It’s amazing.

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From the New York Times… Ashley Ellen Windle and Andrew Lowell Gurman were married on Sunday 5/26/13 at The Foundry by Cantor Lisa Shapanka Arbisser at the Foundry in Long Island City, Queens.

The bride, is a violinist with the Muse String Quartet and also teaches violin at the Thurnauer School of Music at the Kaplen J.C.C. on the Palisades in Tenafly, N.J.

She graduated from the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins and received a masters in music from the Manhattan School of Music.

Mr. Gurman, 37, is a managing director at Michael Lord & Company, a Manhattan firm that recruits lawyers. He graduated summa cum laude from Yale and received a law degree from Harvard.

Photography: Brian Hatton | Flowers: Flowers By Emil | Catering: Marcey Brownstein | Makeup Artist: Nicole Sievers Makeup Artistry | Hair Stylist: Styles On B (Russell) | DJ: High Voltage Sounds (DJ Pete) | Cantor: Lisa S. Arbisser (cantorarbisser@thesaj.org) | Ceremony Musician: Jeanette Stenson, Friend Of The Bride | Venue: The Foundry | Wedding Planning: Exquisite Affairs Productions (Christine Viola & Tara Geremia)

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