Tribeca Rooftop Wedding by Bespoke Affairs
July 15, 2011
Tri State

If you like city chic (and who doesn't, really) - you are in for quite the treat this Friday morning! Bespoke Affairs really knows how to make this modern-lovin' gal's heart start a movin' with their crisp, clean touches and elegant black tie ambiance. There is elegance around every corner in this affair and thankfully E. Leigh Photography was behind the lends to capture it all. See for yourself  in the full gallery of images!

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From Bespoke Affairs...Heidi and John are the type of couple wedding planners dream about. Completely in love and solely focused on the sheer fact that they are getting married and about to begin the rest of their lives together. When I first met with the couple they told me their main goal was for their wedding to be a reflection of the two of them and that they wanted to enjoy the entire experience and not get to caught up with all of the little details...AND (how can I forget)...that they didn’t want ANY flowers. I thought, hum, how do I make this wedding wedding spectacular without gorgeous flowers? After we decided on the space, Tribeca Rooftop, the design concept developed easily. We decided to make the entire space twinkle with candles everywhere. Flowerful Events really made the design concept come to life and the end result was a very warm and intimate space. I also wanted to create a space that had some "wow" factor, but obtainable and all while staying within the confines of their budget. Since renting linens and other table top items wasn’t at the top of the clients list, I suggested renting a chic black water goblet in order to give the table a custom feel...which ended up becoming the couples favorite aspect of the design!

Since the couple didn’t want any flowers, except for the personal flowers, I decided to suggest that every bridesmaid carry a single flower type bouquet. This was a good idea so that we could get a lot of texture and variety. Rounding out the design were their amazing paper products that completely stole the show. The bride’s sister is an incredible graphic designer and really personalized each and every piece of paper possible on this event. Letterpress and foil= love!

Wedding Photography: E. Leigh Photography / Wedding Planning + Design: Adrienne Colosimo, Bespoke Affairs / Flowers: Flowerful Events / Paper Products: Bride's Sister / Goblets: Classic Party Rentals / Vintage Taxi Rental: Film Cars / Bride's Shoes: Jimmy Choo / Band: NYC Swing / Venue: Tribeca Rooftop / Calligraphy: Calligraphy by Michele