My favorite part of this Brooklyn wedding isn't the Groom's kilt, the Bride's gorgeous spring bouquet, the great music from Colin Watson or even the stationery designed by the couple. Don't get me wrong, I love all those details, but the sweet duo's tribute to their families and ancestors—complete with a gallery wall of old family photos—definitely takes the proverbial (wedding) cake. See all the special moments from Levi Stolove Photography in The Vault!
From Levi Stolove Photography...They met long ago at a beer garden on The High-Line. When they thought of their wedding, they wanted a relaxed, fun, cozy party. The Prospect Park Boathouse is a perfect fit for them. It is a beautiful space along a the lake and still close to home. They are both creatives, Jamie by avocation-and by day she is a lawyer and Chris is an architect. They designed their own invitation, save the date and table name cards. They named each table after a family ancestor and included the history of that family member with an old photo. In this way they could bring all their family together, even the long ago ancestors. Chris being Scottish decided to wear a kilt and Jamie's father wanting to embrace Chris's background hired a bag pipe player that surprised the couple during the father of the bride speech.