The perfect wedding venue for Lindsay + David was the Metropolitan Building, built in 1909 near the Queensborough Bridge. Its character is hard to miss with its brick textures, built-in bookcases and original freight elevator to take guests from street entrance to the fourth floor, where L + D’s black & white wedding celebration went down. She’s an architect who likes clean lines, rich textures and simple elegance. He’s a strategist who likes intentionality, original concepts and meaningful accents. Together they developed a wedding theme of modern vintage accents that were beautifully captured by Miho Aikawa Photography.
Lindsay’s bridal bouquet, arranged by Brooklyn-based florist CocoRosie, was exquisite with deep tones, earthy textures, and feather accents.
A few of Lindsay’s bridesmaids, also architects, created and installed the stunning ribbon curtain which served as the backdrop to their wedding ceremony.
Congratulations Lindsay + David!
Photography: Miho Aikawa Photography, second shooter, C.Bay Milin / Venue: Metropolitan Building / Flowers: CocoRosie / Catering + Coordination: Bartleby & Sage Events / Invitations + Paper Goods: by couple, Lindsay & David / Ceremony Music: Anthology Strings / Reception Music: Illich Mujica / Cake: Bartleby & Sage Events / Dress: Elizabeth Dye / Groom’s Suit: Brooklyn Tailors / Ribbon curtain: made and installed by a few of the bridesmaids – Jennifer Daniels, Linda Daniels, Seanna Walsh / Photo booth: Magnolia Photo Booth Co. / Hair: The Parlour Brooklyn / Bride’s makeup: Anni Bruno