No 495: Real Wedding: Lindsay and Scott

Sunday, April 25, 2010

This wedding was a celebration, not only of a beautiful, stylish couple, but of their fabulous, stylish city: Manhattan. Scott proposed at the top of the Soho Grand Hotel, and hid the proposal under the guise of his sister's birthday. After popping the question, friends and family joined them to celebrate both events, and Lindsay and Scott were inspired by that joyful fête when designing their wedding.

They were married uptown in St. Paul's Chapel, on Columbia University's campus, surrounded by the sounds of a string quartet, Anthology Strings. The classic reception was held downtown at Twenty Four Fifth, a restored ballroom near Washington Square Park. And the incredible flowers that filled the space-Bay Bouquet, a florist in Tampa, FL.

The bride's incredible gown was designed by Junko Yoshioka and was purchased at Marc Ingram Bridal Atelier. Naturally, it was wildly different from what she imagined herself in, but I think the wedding community at large is thrilled she chose this gown. Her bridesmaids were outfitted by J.Crew and the groom wore a suit by Ermenegildo Zegna. But perhaps the single most important element of this wedding (besides the couple, and their love, and that stuff) was incredible, NY-based photographer Karen Wise; her photojournalistic perspective captures the New York quality of this wedding perfectly.


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