The brides, Lauren and Emily, were absolutely radiant as they celebrated their love with an intimate wedding and a glamorous reception. While keeping their wedding tasteful and personal, the couple made sure to let their overarching concept of “modern meets traditional” shine through, evident through photography by Roey Yohai. Their invitation included a classy fan motif inspired by the cover art of an F. Scott Fitzgerald novel and gold foil-embossed lettering. To celebrate their Jewish heritage, they first held a private ceremony to sign their kebutah, or wedding contract, edited so that traditional concepts of husband-and-wife could instead speak more to their modern, same-sex marriage. Later, with a party overflowing with both glam and grand, they rounded up the day’s events at the New York Public Library with a fabulous reception featuring exquisite jewel-toned florals and exotic lighting! They expressed their gratitude for the love and support showered upon them by friends and family to help them celebrate “the most important day of [their] lives”!
Thanks and cheers to all vendors on the team for such a successful evening! We can’t wait for another opportunity to work together!
Photography: Roey Yohai | Planner: Sidekick Events | Venue: New York Public Library | Paper Goods: The Dandelion Patch | Florals: Lewis Miller Design | Dresses: Mark Ingram Atelier | Makeup: Ashlee Glazer | Rentals: Party Rental LTD | Lighting, Sound : L&M Sound | Catering: Olivier Cheng Catering and Events