This stylish New York wedding, brought to us by Isabel Smith Wedding Design, is full of sparkle and unique details! Here’s Isabel to tell us more:
We love Manhattan’s East Village so much and really wanted keep that raw, industrial vibe that Bathhouse Studios gives, making use of the photo studio backdrop and exposed brick walls, whilst still making sure the wedding looked pretty and special. Our wedding planner Isabel nicknamed the style ‘feminised industrial/industrial garden’ and she was absolutely implacable when it came to finding the absolute best service-ware and props within the budget to create the look.
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To decorate the venue we hired Edison bulb lighting from Shades of Grey Productions (recommended by our caterer) for the main space, and had a custom bar wrap and bar back printed in the wedding colors. The main decoration came from our choice of furniture from Patina Rentals and Broadway Rentals and the tablescaping – including a mix of vintage books and industrial glass blocks for the food platters to sit on, carefully chosen serviceware and candlesticks, and peach coloured glassed.
All the personal flowers, table decorations and the ceremony backdrop was designed by Violet and Verde. We had soft, unstructured shapes with lots of foliage with different colors of greenery, and seasonal blooms of pink, and coral. My bouquet and Mike’s buttonhole each contained a succulent. Violet and Verde also designed the table centerpieces. We had a garland of eucalyptus down the center of each table, with matching blooms in bud vases and small jars all weaved amongst the food serving platters. Our wedding stationery was designed by Ana Sharpe for Minted. The design was a geometric pattern in our colors.
Our cake was a traditional French wedding cake called a croquembouche created by Mark Tasker, the pastry chef at Balthazar Bakery. It was decorated with the traditional spun sugar, and Mark’s signature marzipan butterflies. The croquembouche was made of traditional profiteroles filled with vanilla crème patissière.
Congratulations to the happy couple and thank you Isabel for sharing! For more information about Isabel Smith Wedding Design, please visit her WeddingLovely Vendor Guide profile or head straight to her website.
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Wedding Planner: Isabel Smith Wedding Design
Venue: Bathhouse Studios
Caterer: Eventfull Catering
Photographer: Golden Hour Studios
Bride’s dress: Zahavit Tshuba
Rings and Bride’s jewelry: Zameer Kassam
Bride’s shoes: Klub Nico
Groom’s suit: Indochino
Bridesmaids’ dresses: Badgley Mischka & Tom Ford
Cake: Balthazar Bakery
Invitations/Stationery: Ana Sharpe for Minted
Florist: Violet and Verde
Hair Stylist: Tara Angley
Make-Up: Rouge Soho
Entertainment: DJ Lindsay