Jackie and Joe’s wedding at 501 Union in Brooklyn just oozes personal style and class. Love these two.
Also to note: every wedding needs a piñata.
501 Union. Brooklyn, New York.
Many thanks to the talented team that helped pull this together. We wanted to bring some talented friends in Philadelphia together to create something unique.
Florals: Kate Farley
Bespoke suit: Commonwealth Proper
Planning / Invitation Suite: Rabbit Rabbit Crew
Hair: Kerri Fawley
MUA: Deanna Does
Rentals: Maggpie Vintage
Rings: Bario Neal
New Hope, Pennsylvania.
Claire and I are lucky enough that we’re able to meet some extremely interesting people on a near weekly basis. We’re invited into their inner circles, meeting their closest friends and family, befriending them (an above average amount of our past clients end up being our regular friends, hey guys), and above all else, soaking up the wedding alongside them as more than just-a-wedding-photographer. Since the bar is so incredibly high with the people we tend work alongside, it’s extremely rare that a couple blows you away so much you want to move directly into their backyard safari tent (seriously, let’s talk about this).
With such a hardworking and talented couple; I felt as if being apart of their wedding was some sort of magical osmosis of inspiration and good vibes from them to us. Amongst both of their talents, they are passionate about food (a real understatement when Dan Barber’s Blue Hill caters your wedding with fresh food grown from your own farm) and family.
Really, this was the most authentic and stylish farm to table wedding we could imagine.
We had a dream team kicking around to make this weekend even better, too. Impeccable planning from the talented team at Styled Bride, and the florals and dance floor arrangement from Sullivan Owen didn’t hurt. And thanks to our good friend Joshua Jordan for kicking around with us all day and 3rd shooting.
Here’s a little of what we saw that weekend.
Private Residence. Pennsylvania.
Annie and Kevin got married at one of our favorite venues, Blue Hill, on a spring day that felt more like we were in England than New York. We’re okay with that and it was a joy being apart of everything. Here are a few of our favorite images.
Blue Hill at Stone Barns. New York.