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Jess + Mike’s Intimate City Wedding, I

We’re kicking off this week with a sweet city wedding shot by photographer Heather Waraksa. I always get very excited to share NYC weddings, not only because it’s where I live, but its atmosphere emits such an amazing sense of style that it comes off effortlessly. Jess and Mike are no different. While on a modest budget, they had a meaningful and intimate wedding surrounded by close friends and family.

Vintage New York NYC indie wedding
Vintage New York NYC indie wedding
Vintage New York NYC indie wedding
Vintage New York NYC indie wedding
Vintage New York NYC indie wedding
Vintage New York NYC indie wedding
Vintage New York NYC indie wedding

From the stylish bride, Jessica:
My dress was borrowed from a friend who was a stylist for many years, the coat was also borrowed from this friend, the gloves were vintage and a gift. My shoes are Dieppa Restrepo, unisex handmade shoes by two young Colombian/New Yorker designers. My bracelet is by Aesa (Randi Mates), a close friend and amazing jewelry designer, who also made us our rings. I bought the flowers for my bouquet at the flower market in Chelsea and two of my best friends put it together. The locations are my friend’s Randi and Gregory’s apartment in Brooklyn, City Hall and the Chelsea Hotel. Mike wore clothes found at various thrift stores, and Spanish handmade boots we’d bought this summer while in Andalucia.

Vintage New York NYC indie wedding
Vintage New York NYC indie wedding
Vintage New York NYC indie wedding
Vintage New York NYC indie wedding
Vintage New York NYC indie wedding
Check back soon for their wedding!

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