Dulce, the bride from this lovely handmade retro wedding shares more details from her gorgeous vintage inspired wedding:
Let me tell you a bit about my husband and I. My husband is a DJ and I am an architect (this explains the venue and all the dancing).
I basically made everything, starting with the invitations. I was inspired by Bird and Banner. The invitation read “with her grandparents, Catalina Demi Rosales (my daughter) invites you, to witness a simple ceremony between her mommy and daddy.” They were printed on vintage hankies with a gocco and I designed the postcard and the map. They were held together by pink ribbon and a wax seal. (pictures soon to come by second photographer). The map was tea stained to look vintage.
This weekend I flew to NYC to attend the B-List meet up in Brooklyn. It was so nice to finally meet everyone in person. Thanks to Vane from Brooklyn Bride and Anne from From I Will to I Do who organized the convention. The event was held at Galapagos Art Space in Dumbo, Brooklyn. Food was catered by Sterling Affair and the wedding cake served was made by Mark Joseph Cakes.
Thanks to our sponsors: Blurb, Nelle Handbags, Fresh, Saipua, OneWed, Rust Designs, Jennifer Behr, The Markoff Group, Ink + Wit, Nantaka Joy, Delphine Press, Wedding Paper Divas, Paper + Cup Design, Two Bees Press, Smock Paper, Abigail Kirsch, One Love Photo and many others for the gift bags!
*photo by Jenny from Jenny Ebert Studio