Summer Wedding at North Fork's Brecknock Hall
April 27, 2015
By: eddye
Tri State
Classic WeddingsWeddings in Historical VenuesSummer Weddings
They say "love never felt so good"; the days are sunnier, the commute is shorter, and everything seems just better when you're in love. Nothing will put you into a feel-good mood faster than this Sunnyville Films production of a Brecknock Hall wedding, made exquisite by SPINA and Sperry Tents. Set to the tune of Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake's catchy hit, it's the pick-me-up you need right now.
From the beautiful Bride... John scheduled our annual vacation trip to Europe, all while holding onto the engagement ring for 7 months! This time he chose the city of Prague, where he resided in his teenage years. The first night, as we walked back from dinner, we stopped to look at the glimmering castles near the Charles Bridge. He told me for the first time that he always imagined proposing to his future wife on the Charles Bridge, next to the good luck statue — St. John of Nepomuk. Then he plopped down to one knee and exposed the ring while I cried hysterically and said yes!

From Brecknock Hall... Giselle and John’s romantic vintage themed wedding came to life with the help of her best friend Paul Tsang-Diaz of floral designing company SPINA. The couple chose Brecknock Hall in Greenport, Long Island with a North Folk romance vibe in mind. “Guests were welcomed through a paths created of hundreds of Chartreuse Antique Hydrangeas,” says Paul. “The antique foyer table, which held the place cards, was dressed with an over-sized garland of Antique Hydrangeas that overflowed to the floor, accented with several petite mercury vases that held blush Feathered Peonies. The walkway was outlined with lanterns, hurricanes and white hydrangeas; at the end a Sperry tent with peaks and flowing flags awaited for the dinner and dance reception.”

“I’ve heard that this was one of the most romantic, exquisite and delicious weddings they had ever attended!” says Giselle. "They loved the how attentive the staff was and how delicious everything was.”