Spring in Bloom Brooklyn Wedding

Garden Weddings

It’s always a treat when we have a wedding to share shot by Jen Huang. Sarah and Ted wanted a “Spring in Bloom” mood with a retro 1950s feel, and I don’t think they could have chosen a more perfect venue than the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens for their wedding day. The gorgeous vintage bride Sarah designed their own wedding invitations, and I’m loving them!

Brooklyn Botanical gardens vintage wedding

Brooklyn Botanical gardens vintage weddingBrooklyn Botanical gardens vintage wedding

Brooklyn Botanical gardens vintage wedding

Brooklyn Botanical gardens vintage weddingBrooklyn Botanical gardens vintage wedding

Brooklyn Botanical gardens vintage wedding

Brooklyn Botanical gardens vintage weddingBrooklyn Botanical gardens vintage wedding

Brooklyn Botanical gardens vintage wedding

Brooklyn Botanical gardens vintage weddingBrooklyn Botanical gardens vintage wedding

Brooklyn Botanical gardens vintage wedding

Brooklyn Botanical gardens vintage wedding

Brooklyn Botanical gardens vintage wedding

Brooklyn Botanical gardens vintage weddingBrooklyn Botanical gardens vintage wedding

From the bride, Sara: Color is dominant! Each of my bridesmaids will be wearing dresses in the same gray shade, but they’ll be accessorizing and carrying flowers in their “assigned” color. Each of us accessorized in various shades of our color- monochromatic and layered- not all the same shade of blue, etc. We had multicolored blooms on the table, multi-colored fans for guests, a colorful candy buffet, and much more. As you can tell, I love color… However, I wanted to set the color against crisp white, so the table linens will be white, our cake is white with white sugar flowers, the gift boxes for guests are white with green ribbon. All in all it was a colorful and fun day!

Wedding Vision: Spring in Bloom with Color All Over (with retro details)

Wedding Vendors (New York, New York):

Venue: Brooklyn Botanic Gardens / Photographer: Jen Huang / Wedding Dress: Vineyard Collection, style Morgan / Wedding Shoes: Gwyneth Paulette Pump (dyed two shades of green) / Invitations: Designed by the bride Sara who is a Graphic Designer / Florals: Zuzu’s Petals of Park Slope / Catering: The Palm House / Band: The Gainsborough Trio / DJ: Dj Shakey aka Julie Covello / Cake: Ana Parzych / Groom’s Suit: Brooks Brothers / Bridesmaid Dresses: Shabby Apple



9 comments
  1. Candace {Lovestru.ck}

    I love her Priscilla of Boston dress. It was a perfect choice for their wedding! and those red lips! Amazing

  2. Emily Heizer, Photography with Flair

    Weird comment? But I TOTALLY LOVE the bride’s name! Sara Harper? ADORABLE! Maybe Harper is just getting trendy as a girl’s name, and that’s why I like it, but you know if she took the groom’s name, and they had a baby they could name it Harper, I think it could be good for a girl or a boy and it would honor the mom’s family! Ha! Take that trendy people, they are being traditional! lol

    That bridesmaid with the purple heels and fascinator has STYLE! ROCK ON, ROCK ON!! (And send me your hat now that the wedding is over. :) )

  3. lydia {ever ours}

    love her hairstyle! so classy and elegant!

  4. Rachel Mendes

    Oh! So beautiful!!!! Loved!!!! :-)

  5. Isabel DreamWeddingItaly

    I want the shoes the bride is wearing! they are amazing! Green! Ah, where did she get htem?
    Thanks for sharing such wonderful photos: òight, greeen and fresh!

  6. girlywedding

    This is so fun! I love the different colored accessories on the bridesmaids! A little difference can go a long way.

  7. Grace

    oh, how cute! Where could I come upon such an adorable bow fascinator?

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