There were so many amazing details planned, that I had to break this down into two posts! This first post includes photos from the wedding party getting ready through their ceremony. Post #2 highlights the fabulous reception.
The Chuppah included 36 vases of alstroemerias for the "36 righteous ones" in Judaism and the canopy was made out of K's mother's wedding dress.
They cut vintage ribbon and asks guests to write a blessing and tie it to the chuppah before the ceremony (seven of which were read at the end of the ceremony).
Vintage handkerchiefs were collected off Ebay and silkscreened with K and R's initials and wedding date. Each guest got to take one home.
The flower girl tossed a coin to see if R or K would walk down the aisle first!
During the ceremony, the couple wore rosemary remembrance wreaths during the ceremony made from rosemary from K's Grandmother's garden.
K's wedding band belonged to her grandmother, and R's wedding band was her father's.
And some of the details:
Photography: Sam & Gertie Photography
Venue: The Kaaterskill Inn
K's Wedding Dress: Ivy & Aster gown from Lovely Bridal
K's shoes: Nine West
R's Suit: Ann Taylor
Wedding Rings: K's engagement ring is an estate ring purchased at Faye Cullen. R's engagement ring is a vintage ring from Doyle & Doyle. K's wedding band was her grandmother's and R's wedding band was her father's.
Floral Design: K's mom did all the ceremony flowers; the reception flowers were picked locally
Videography: Starlight Productions
Cakes: Maxine's Catering
I had a great time working with all of their vendors. Bill of Starlight Productions was incredibly professional, friendly and fun to work with. Astrograss played some amazing music, and the cakes were delicious! You can see from all the images just how stunning The Kaaterskill Inn is, and how perfect of a location it was for a wedding.