I’m giving The Green Building a new nickname. And that new nickname is “The Greatest Venue of All Time.” I happen to think that’s pretty fitting for a chic urban paradise in the center of one of the hippest places around, i.e. Brooklyn. And when the GVAT (sounds good, no?) hosts a fab soiree like this one captured by Love Me Do Photography? Guaranteed amazing. It’s pretty, pretty blooms by Ariel Dearie Flowers meets gorgeous DIY decor meets a crazy cool (+ stunning) bride and groom – and it’s all making for one seriously beautiful Tuesday morning. See it all here.
From Love Me Do Photography… Sinae and Eli live in Brooklyn and wanted to keep their wedding local. The Green Building’s raw feeling was perfect for their multi-cultural wedding. Sinae’s family is Korean and Eli’s is Jewish, so featured traditions from both cultures with modern twists, including the Tish and Bedeken on the Jewish side and the Korean tea ceremony called Paebeck. The whole wedding took place at The Green Building except for the first look on the street near Grand Army Plaza in Prospect Park. The decor was handmade by the bride — elegant with a big emphasis on the huge Korean buffet.
Wedding Photography: Love Me Do Photography / Wedding Venue: The Green Building in Brooklyn, New York / Floral Design: Ariel Dearie Flowers / Catering + Wedding Cake: San Soo Kap San (718-445-4850) / Cupcakes: Billy’s Bakery / DJ: Beat Train Productions / Decor, Name + Place Cards: DIY / Wedding Dress: Pronovias / Bride’s Shoes: Vince Camuto / Hair + Makeup: Sachiko Yanase (917-282-2081) / Groom’s Attire: Bindle & Keep