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Modern New York Wedding at 501 Union

Modern New York Wedding at 501 Union

Today, we’re serving up another stunner and this time, we’re heading to New York to feature this modern and sophisticated beaut, all documented by Koman Photography. It’s got heaps of traditional wedding elements like breathtaking bouquets by Edelweiss Floral Atelier that you couldn’t even imagine and on-point sartorial choices by a trendy wedding party, but 501 Union‘s vintage look adds in a dash of elegance to this wedding.

gold balloons - photo by Koman Photography

From the bride, Joohee: Pablo and I both knew we wanted to keep our wedding close to our home, friends, and family in New York City. After some brief web surfing, I came across 501 Union in Brooklyn, and immediately upon viewing pictures, I knew in my heart that this was the perfect place for us. A week later, we signed for the venue at first sight. Having a background in art, in my eyes, the modern feel of the venue, the black and white walls, and the chic art deco wallpapers provided the ultimate canvas to host any type of wedding. We set our date for late September, and while fall in New York is beautiful, our summers seemingly feel shorter every year. Trying to extend summer a little longer, we decided on a romantic theme with pink and metallic colors, dreamy tulle, and plenty of pink flowers to lighten up and contrast the venue. The weather on our wedding day ended up amazing, so it actually felt like a perfect summer day.

floral wedding invitations - photo by Koman Photography

pink sequin shoes - photo by Koman Photography

pink and peach wedding bouquet - photo by Koman Photography

indoor New York wedding venues - photo by Koman Photography

gold wedding ideas - photo by Koman Photography

ring bearer - photo by Koman Photography

flower girl dresses - photo by Koman Photography

My family owns a bakery called the Runcible Spoon Bakery, and after receiving a degree in art, I decided to take my artistic talents and apply them to the family business. Over the years, while learning to manage the business and to bake, I also taught myself how to decorate cakes. It quickly became obvious that I would make my own wedding cake. Eventually, I also decided to cater all of the desserts for our wedding by creating an entire dessert bar. I must admit, baking hundreds of macarons, cake pops, and hand decorated cookies, on top of making a wedding cake and planning a wedding, was truly a labor of love.

wedding ceremony - photo by Koman Photography

white balloons - photo by Koman Photography

wedding kiss - photo by Koman Photography

bride and groom - photo by Koman Photography

wedding guest book - photo by Koman Photography

long wedding tables - photo by Koman Photography

pink wedding centerpieces - photo by Koman Photography

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sweetheart chairs - photo by Koman Photography

pink bridesmaids dresses - photo by Koman Photography

Our entire day was magical – everything went exactly the way we had envisioned and hoped for the year leading up to it. The saddest part of the day was when it was all over. All of the planning, stressing, and, in my case, baking was so worth it in the end. After the day just flew by and our guests were leaving, I remember turning to Pablo and saying, “Aw – let’s do that again.” It was a good thing we planned an after party! When it came to picking vendors, we were blessed to have found a team with a creative vision that we could place all our trust in to capture our day. Pablo and I still constantly find ourselves looking through our wedding photos, because even though the day has gone, those pictures and video still live on and remind us of the best day of our lives – the end of our beginning.

wedding candles - photo by Koman Photography

wedding fashion - photo by Koman Photography

peach wedding flowers - photo by Koman Photography

champagne colored wedding cake - photo by Koman Photography

wedding balloons - photo by Koman Photography

View all images from this wedding in the gallery

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