Time for Wedding Bliss 002

Last week, I posted Wedding Bliss 001 which set the scene for our Hudson Valley nuptials. Next up, in issue 002 of this series, is our wedding fashion. We wanted to feel comfortable and natural, not fairytale or stiff. So we went with what we loved.

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We tweaked the order of a traditional wedding a bit by starting with the cocktail hour. Everyone arrived at Cat Rock around half past six in the evening, and Michael and I joined them. He was in his wedding suit, but I was in a short 'n sweet white dress by Twelfth Street by Cynthia Vincent

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Michael's bespoke suit deserves a section of its own. It was designed by my dear friend Scott Sternberg of Band of Outsiders as a wedding gift for us. Michael has a thing for the Mad Men fashion era.

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My dress was by Kenneth Pool. (That's my super-glam mom next to me in the green gown.)

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And lastly, our most special guests, our nieces and nephews. The three flower girls, Han nah, Grey, and Sidney, wore a sweet dress by Pipsqueak Chapeau that we bought at Seed Factory in Atlanta. Jordan, my junior bridesmaid wore an awesome dress, but sadly I don't remember who made it. And the boys, Quinn and Zach, were looking dapper in their little suits.

Next up in volume 003, the printed matter…

(Again, lovely photos by the lovely Heather Weston.)

March 4, 2010| Jewelry and Fashion, Parties


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