We loved getting to know Katherine and Sherman during their engagement session in Manhattan, through which we found out that Sherman knew a whole lot of people! When it came to planning a wedding, all of his acquaintances and friends helped them put together a fantastic celebration at one of the coolest places in New York City – The High Line Hotel. The historical seminary still retains its original chapel and refectory, which became the perfect setting to celebrate this momentous occasion. We loved every vintage detail and personal touch that made this wedding as beautiful as it was!
In an era of modern vintage, shabby chic, handcrafted weddings, it’s refreshing to see a wedding done as classically as this one. I’m talking about the kind where you borrow your sister’s veil, wear an old family ring, and sew a piece of your mother’s bridal gown onto your bouquet, even being the one to pin your dad’s boutonniere. Diana and David treasured family traditions and put together a beautifully classic wedding at Liberty House to celebrate their love story. With a flawless view of the Manhattan skyline, the newlyweds danced the night away to one of the best wedding bands we have ever heard. And when you’re wonderfully talented at swing dancing, you can be sure this was a night to remember.
Words cannot describe how many things about this wedding make us happy, but let us try anyways. We’ve known Jerry and Kelsey for years, and this was a day that many of our shared friends have been waiting for, so their union itself was reason to rejoice. Yet this stylish and wedding-saavy couple went above and beyond to make their wedding day an unforgettable experience for all their guests, us included! Quail Haven Farm was a perfect find for their colorfully rustic, equestrian-inspired spring wedding. Every corner we turned, there was some thoughtfully placed detail or handmade adornment that the bride and groom had prepared just for their perfect day, even horses we could feed! But the best part of it all was seeing them give their hearts completely one another, and how much joy this long-awaited day brought to their faces. Love is truly a beautiful thing.
Seriously, I can’t get over how cute every little detail was! The rainbow-colored array of spring blooms and floral fabrics were accented with gold details, making this outdoor wedding a joyfully playful celebration of young love and all things shabby chic. Even the bridesmaids each had a designated color of the rainbow and matching toenail polish….as did their groomsmen partners (smile).
Jerry and Kelsey tied the knot and then shared a pot of blended tea to symbolize their blending cultures (so cute, right?), finally ending the first chapter of their journey and starting another! It was time to celebrate, and they were well-prepared for that. For months, they had put their heart and soul into planning this wedding, even building their own head table and awesome cupcake stand, and of course, not forgetting to choreograph an entire dance with their bridal party to surprise their guests! There were tears, laughter, endless cheering, and a lot of cake in the face. It was, without a doubt, the perfect day. We’re so happy for you two! Congrats!