NYC INSPIRED WEDDING
Planner: The Party Girl Events
Photographer: Our Labor of Love
Videographer: AWC Films
Bridal Hair & Makeup: Brushworx
Bridesmaid's Hair & Makeup: Bombshell Creations
Hotel: W Hotel, Midtown
Transportation: ASPEN Limos
Decor: Eventscapes, J. Wilbur
Band: Az Izz
Ceremony Music: Piedmont Strings
Send-Off Car: Special Day Limos
This NYC couple waited a very long time to tie the knot and celebrate with their closest friends and family. After having to reschedule their original date (due to COVID) they were more than ready to say “I Do!” Their guests stayed at The W Hotel, Midtown and our bride & groom's photos were taken in some of the unique spaces in the hotel.
Friday was an amazing night to start the weekend off right! They had guests gather at Sweetwater Brewing Co. for the rehearsal dinner. Afterwards, their guests were shuttled back to the hotel and greeted with a DJ playing all the latest hits right in the lobby bar.
Courtney & Dave’s wedding day was finally here! Her bridesmaids got ready while wearing their fun PJ's and sipping on mimosas. The first look for our bride and groom was on the rooftop of the hotel with the beautiful skyline as the background. It was a picture perfect moment! Shortly after, the entire bridal party was shuttled to The Foundry to attend the Ketubah signing.
As they walked into the space they were “WOW’ed" by how beautiful J.Wilbur and his team adorned the venue. Courtney walked down the aisle with both her father and mother and went through a traditional Jewish ceremony. It was beautiful!
Guests enjoyed cocktail hour with passed apps and a selection of brews picked out by the groom. As cocktail hour came to an end, the drapes were pulled back and guests were seated at the most beautiful tables filled with lush florals and candles. Zest created three different stations including a taco station, surf and turf station and a simply southern station! It was delicious!
The band was absolutely phenomenal and kept every single guest on the dance floor the entire night! One major moment from the night included a dessert parade while NYC songs played in honor of the couple’s home town. This included funnel cake fries in Chinese take out boxes hanging from an umbrella, chocolate and red velvet whoopee pies, s’mores shots, chocolate ganache hostess cakes and fireball shots with cinnamon donut holes on the neck of the bottle. It was incredible!
The grand exit included each guest waiving light up glow sticks as the couple departed in a vintage 1966 Princess/Wraith car. The long wait was totally worth it and we absolutely loved planning this special wedding weekend for such a beautiful couple!
Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. Greenberg!