Wedding blogger confession time: it's hard to impress us. We see lots of weddings.. a lot. Hundreds. The most beautiful ones end up gracing the pages of the blog, and we get to share them with all of you. And every once in a while you come across a wedding with a special story, or a totally unique detail that completely knocks our socks off... and this Central Park Loeb Boathouse Wedding is one of those. Why? It's stunning. And it was planned in THREE MONTHS. Yes, three months. Kelly + Jason's day was full of thoughtful details, stolen, quiet moments and an epic party with 120 of their closest family + friends. A wedding this gorgeous is proof that there's no perfect timeline: 3 months, 3 years, 3 days- whatever you want to celebrate the first day of the rest of your life together, go do it.Read More
We're total suckers for the classics, and this New York City wedding from Amy Rizzuto is so gorgeous, we had trouble choosing our favorites. A timeless navy and white color palette, a modern but sophisticated dress and truly elegant decor is a recipe for perfection. The best part of this wedding is that it is completely season-less... If you didn't see the date on the invitation (or the leaves on the trees in Central Park), you'd never know it took place in the middle of the summer! Grab your coffee and get ready to fall as hard as we did for Tia and Anthony's epic Central Park Boathouse Wedding!
From Amy: There is something about a Central Park Boathouse wedding that pulls at my heartstrings. The natural wood beams, exposed brick, and the beauty of the surrounding park…it is all just so ROMANTIC! Lia and Anthony tied the knot here on an absolutely perfect summer day. After getting ready at her parent’s home in Madison, Lia headed into the city to marry her childhood sweetheart Anthony at Holy Trinity Church. Their Greek ceremony was truly spectacular and their rice exit was so much fun! Following a short trolley ride to the Boathouse, Lia and Anthony made their way to their favorite locations in Central Park for some gorgeous sunset portraits! Lia and Anthony were such joyous newlyweds and these moments were some of my favorites of the day. Cheers erupted from the deck of the Boathouse as Lia and Anthony entered their cocktail hour on a gondola! The night included plenty of Greek dancing, heartfelt speeches, and a delicious New York cheesecake for dessert. Yum. :)