Sometimes an intimate wedding is the best wedding. Lindsay and Matt shared their vows at Minnewaska State Park against the stunning backdrop of a waterfall and cliffside. Photos by Jessie Casey Photography
Alyssa and Nick tied the knot in the fall at Ommegang Brewery in Cooperstown, NY. We worked with their style to create a modern romantic geometric wedding with blush and mauve tones. Poppytree Floral collaborated on the stunning ceremony backdrop, adding rich fall florals to the metal and wood structure we built. We continued the geometric shapes with the centerpieces and hand lettered hexagon tile escort cards. Instead of traditional wedding cake, Alyssa and Nick choose to serve local cider doughnuts which we displayed on custom wood stands. Photos by Jessie Casey
A fall wedding at Foxfire Mountain House. Charlotte and Jeff's wedding mixed vintage camp vibes with autumn elegance. I sourced hundreds of vintage slides to create their escort display and place cards with detail that they were all images of nature or landscapes. I hand painted their signage and embroidered both their table numbers and special pennants for the couple. Photos by Cynthia Chung
Lush florals combined with vintage and modern details set amongst an urban greenhouse. Photos by Keira Lemonis
Erin and James were planning their winter wedding at Takk House in Troy, NY while they were living in Hong Kong. Erin is known for her cross stitch so while she stitched all the guest's place cards I worked state side cross stitching a pegboard ceremony backdrop. We created a modern look with hand painted clear acrylic signage to go along with their untraditional cheese wedding cake. Their day was filled with beautiful moments and some of the most adorable flower girls we've seen! Photos by PJN Photography
Kate and Chris were a super organized talented couple who planned and designed their backyard wedding themselves then brought me on to provide month of coordination, styling and set up services. Their wedding style was completely swoon worthy which only matched how charming all their family and friends were! Photos by Tonhya Kae Photography
Maghan and Nuzzy planned a beer filled wedding spanning both Troy and Albany. They had their intimate ceremony officiated by Ritualisms at the Lucas Confectionery then guests crossed the river to downtown Albany for the reception at restaurant and bar City Beer Hall. Photos by Laura Andrea Harris
This Brooklyn based couple came back to their roots in the stunning Berkshires to tie the knot on the grounds of Roeliff Jansen Park in Hillsdale, NY. The wedding combined elements made by both myself and the couple including the unique cement vases they created. Local food meant a lot to Cecelia and Ben and so they choose Red Apple Butcherswho created a delicious wood fired meal. Photos by Amber Bauhoff
A girl scout inspired backyard intimate wedding with modern and vintage touches. Bridesmaids wear modern olive jumpsuits while the bride wears a vintage summery gown. Vintage arrows and tennis racquets make up the decor. A reception with a woodfired pizza food truck and homemade desserts served outside. Photos by Laura Andrea Harris
Jess and Tristan tied the knot in an outdoor ceremony under a large tree and reception under a tent with dancing in the barn on Blooming Hill Farm. The farm was absolutely lush with vegetation and flowers. Photos by Alicia King Photography.
Lauren and Kyle married in the backyard of their home in Altamont, NY. I assisted them in designing aspects of their DIY vegan wedding with seed packet favors, custom table runners, and delicate paper flower ceremony backdrop. Photos by Heidi Benjamin.
A Lake George wedding loaded with design elements from banners lining the forest to the ceremony displaying the couple's relationship timeline to geometric chandeliers and embroidered table numbers. Photos by Keira Lemonis
A colorful and modern urban wedding on a downtown rooftop terrace with touches of marble and a cross stitched pegboard backdrop. Photos by Keira Lemonis
A weekend upstate at M&D Farm with friends trying on gowns, making floral crowns, and eating local food. Photos by Andrew Franciosca
A brisk winter elopement in the Catskills with a stay at the Foxfire Mountain House. Sometimes the best time to escape and marry is in the winter months when you can cozy up in a cabin and celebrate your union in the snowy woods. Photos by Jessie Casey Photography