A late summer wedding in Montauk, NY is just about as close to bliss as one can get. The warm days, cooler nights, salty air and bright colors make up a pretty perfect setting, and the real wedding of Anne and Chris shows us just how perfect it really was. The wedding, featured on Cappy Hotchkiss Photography, is dubbed “J.Crew I do” because the party is head-to-toe in the popular brand. It fits just right for these nautical nuptials, so we give props to the young couple for their killer style.
Have you ever seen a better looking bridal party? White weddings are classic but those colorful shoes definitely make a statement. Anne and Chris chose our Big Day wedding invitation customized with a heart and their initials at the top. Our favorite part has to be the dress suggestion at the bottom: Dress Sharp.
Each table included some handmade details, along with bright and beautiful bouquets by Flowers by Beth.
Our Big Day menus and table signs complimented the decor nicely.
Sparklers are always a nice touch when bidding adieu to the newlyweds. Congratulations to Anne and Chris! For more photos, visit Cappy Hotchkiss Photography.
We were thrilled to receive photos from friend and collaborator Julia’s recent wedding, beautifully shot by Jennifer Causey. Julia and Mathew were married at The Oaks on Long Island, a beautiful estate on the water.
The classic green and white color scheme was carried throughout. We love that Julia bucked tradition and had her bridesmaids select their own dresses in various shades of green.
The wedding was full of handcrafted details featuring Julia’s illustrations, of course!
Julia herself looked radiantly happy in a dress from David’s Bridal and a hairpiece from ban.do.
Congratulations to Julia and Mathew! It looked like an amazing evening.
We happened upon Paper Dragon Books on our way to the gift show. Intrigued by their antique book presses, we invited ourselves into their studio. Owner Gavin Dovey was kind enough to show us some of the projects that he was working on, including these stunning handmade boxes made to look like classic leatherbound books:
Paper Dragon hosts classes at their Chelsea studio, as well as creating their gorgeous custom work. We loved their airy studio filled with tools, buttery swatches of leather and a vintage guillotine paper cutter:
Paper Dragon Books
145 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001