10 Dec

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.

view from the Metropolitan Building, Long Island

architectural wedding invitation suite

blue bow heels

jeweled clutches

white peony and feather bouquet

sweet heart wedding dress and blue bow heels

simple white and purple boutonniere

classic bird cage veil

classic bird cage veil

the first meeting at the Metropolitan Building, Long Island

vintage building wedding portraits

mauve wedding bouquet

vintage wedding styleMetropolitan Building, Long Island

hall of mirrors

classic bird cage veil

mauve wedding bouquet

Lindsay’s bridal bouquet, arranged by Brooklyn-based florist CocoRosie, was exquisite with deep tones, earthy textures, and feather accents.

wedding party portrait

black satin bridesmaid dresses

black and white streamer altar backdrop

A few of Lindsay’s bridesmaids, also architects, created and installed the stunning ribbon curtain which served as the backdrop to their wedding ceremony.

photo escort cards

striped straws and mini bunting

romantic photo booth session

deep purple and mauve floral centerpieces

mini bunting cake topper

romantic warehouse wedding reception

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

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  2. Stunning wedding and amazing pictures!

  3. that dress is awesome!

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  6. What a wonderfully eclectic venue!

    And some first class photography – the backdrops to several images are just exceptional.

  7. Love, love, love the flowers and their choice of colour.

    Dress is gorgeous and love the grooms style of suit.

    Congrats guys oxox

  8. So honored you chose my Tempest dress, Lindsay! Such a pretty wedding–best wishes. xo

  9. Love this wedding! The venue’s just gorgeous!!

  10. WOW I’m so in love with this! I can’t get past the spectacular colors of the bouquet!

  11. The bride’s bouquet is exquisite! Love the flowers!

  12. Does anybody know where or how this couple made their table numbers? I want to do our engagement photos with a simple heart and number inside like thiers.

    If anyone has any ideas, I’d apprecaite it!

    monicateichman@gmail.com

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