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Tented Foundry New York Wedding

A love story that starts in Paris and ends up with stylish nuptials at The Foundry? That just screams chic. And from the look of these stunning images captured by Levi Stolove Photography, chic barely scratches the surface of this stunning affair. Filled with heart-felt touches and understated yet elegant design, this wedding totally has my heart. See even more in the VAULT.

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From Levi Stolove PhotographyOn a sunny summer day Eliza and Patrick started their day at home in Williamsburg. She grew up in Massachusetts and he on an Island off of Seattle. They met through New York friends while in Paris and made their home in Brooklyn. Eliza, getting ready with all her close friends, she wanted to share this intimate part of the day with her crew. Up on her apartment roof we all went to mess around a bit and take some photos. The women wore loose comfortable dresses. Heading over to the Foundry to meet up with Patrick emotions were high. They loved the Foundry for it’s secret garden feel. It has urban charm with an elegance. The great courtyard allows for much of the festivities to be outside. Wanting to have a ceremony that was personal they had Eliza’s aunt marry them. Under a tent their guests watched on and cheered as they had their first kiss as husband and wife. They wanted a stylish laid back affair where everyone had fun. Dinner outside under the tent first with some great toasts that brought tears and laughter. After dinner everyone headed inside for dancing and more partying. The feelings were warm and full of joy. This wedding had the elegance they wanted but with a downtown feel, so by the end of the night everyone was letting loose and Eliza put on a jumpsuit – her clothing of choice so she could really get down.

From The Bride…Patrick proposed at the same club in Chinatown where we had our “first date” in New York (we met in Paris a few months before through friends). I had absolutely no idea and thought I was arriving with another friend to see a performance art piece. To my surprise Patrick was there, proposed and then walked me inside where our closest friends were waiting to celebrate with our favorite dj.

*The overall ‘inspiration’ for wedding design/decor simple and elegant lines, fresh, white and green.
*Some unique or special wedding details: our good friend artist Elizabeth Jaeger created unique wedding artwork and designs that were used on all of our invitations, and materials at the wedding. Eliza’s cousin Lala played Aphex Twin, Beach House, Erik Satie and Fleetwood Mac during the ceremony and our good friend Justin Strauss was the DJ for the wedding dancing. The next day we had a breakfast at M. Wells at MoMA PS1 where I work.
*Any DIY touches I organized it all myself with the help of my mom. Our florist Ariel Dearie created the most beautiful arrangements for us based on a few conversations we had – she totally go it and nailed it. Her exquisite taste was helpful for any other design question we had.
*A favorite moment of the day is having everyone we love in one place celebrating.
*Advice for future brides/grooms don’t try to do anything on your wedding day – prepare in advance and hire for the help you need so you can be fully present and enjoy every moment with your groom/bride and guests.

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Photography: Levi Stolove Photography | Floral Design: Ariel Dearie Flowers | Cake: Lori Stern | Invitations: ELIZABETH JAEGER CUSTOM | Shoes: Prada | Catering: Real Food Catering | Makeup: Lisa Aharon | Hair: Robbie Macaulay | DJ: Justin Strauss | Groom's Attire: Theory | Groomsmen Attire: J.Crew | Ceremony Music: Lala Ryan | Venue: The Foundry | Sound: Jim Toth

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Elegant + Romantic Metropolitan Building New York City Wedding

To put it simply, Katrina’s getting ready portraits are absolute magic thanks to photography by CLY BY MATTHEW and Matthew Ree. Against the beautiful vintage backdrop of New York City’s Metropolitan Building, the Bride’s Melissa Sweet wedding dress, classic Prada pumps and romantic bouquet absolutely shine. See every ounce of pretty (including a sweet video from Love & Brain Films) in The Vault!

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From Cly By MatthewWe want to share this wedding at the gorgeous Metropolitan Building. It’s always different and fun to shoot at this venue because it’s so magical with so many vintage and rustic details. The bride, Katrina’s getting ready portraits are some of our favorite shots. It’s mysterious and beautiful at the same time. The deep colors of the bouquet and different color bridesmaid dresses really went well together as well. Katrina and Joe were so sweet and so in love! They couldn’t keep their eyes off of each other and their first dance was so romantic and memorable!

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Photography: CLY BY MATTHEW | Photography: MATTHEW REE PHOTOGRAPHY | Cinematography: Love + Brain Films | Floral Design: By Yena Designs | Wedding Dress: David's Bridal | Invitations: Berry Berry Sweet | Bride's Shoes: Prada | Catering: Peaches Catering | Hair + Makeup: vickyC5 | Band: East Coast Band | Groom's Attire: Sandro | Venue: Metropolitan Building

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Rustic, Winter Wedding at the Metropolitan Building

A stunning affair planned around the gorgeous colors and textures of The Metropolitan Building, this lovely collection of images from Clement And West is just a dream. With a beyond gorgeous BHLDN gown and dreamy florals from Red Rose And Lavender every moment of this rustic, winter day is shear perfection. See even more in the VAULT.

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From The Bride…So many of our wedding decisions — my dress, the bridesmaids’ dresses, the flowers, the centerpieces — centered around the gem that is the Metropolitan Building. The space was so unique and full of beautiful, antique books, couches, old chairs, chandeliers, props, etc. that we really tried to make the building’s offerings our main decor. It was the first place we visited, and I fell in love immediately and pulled the trigger before the day had ended!

I chose my stunning BHLDN dress after we booked our venue and based my decision around that. The dress had delicate details, a romantic vibe and an element of vintage. The florals created by Red Rose and Lavender were classic, with a neutral palette and a dramatic pop of deep purples. We used lanterns for centerpieces to keep the ambiance on key. Low lit for the romantic feel throughout the whole night.

Our tight-knit community of friends has really been our support and affirmation throughout our relationship, so we wanted to ensure that they had good food, good drinks and a good time on the dance floor. We’re happy to report that we succeeded in hitting all three! Based on the feedback we’ve received thus far though, their favorite part of the wedding was the ceremony, which had a fairytale vibe thanks to the chandelier and string lights courtesy of the building and the candles which were all tirelessly lit by the amazing staff. We can’t thank our vendors enough for helping us pull off a perfect day, and we just wish that we could relive the entire wedding over again!

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Photography: Clement And West | Cinematography: SPARK Film Works | Floral Design: Red Rose And Lavender | Wedding Dress: BHLDN | Hair + Makeup: Jina Yoon | Venue: Metropolitan Building

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