We love city weddings. What better time to pay a little homage to the place that brought you together than with I Do? Nicole is founder + CEO of Cienne NY (all of Cienne’s clothing is designed + made in NYC) and Ronan is a Belize resort owner (here + here), which both seem like pretty good gigs if you ask us. Being very design-driven folks, they wanted something a little non-traditional yet black tie, and totally focused on good food + good drink + good music. Speaking of modern and nontraditional, Forged in the North knocked it out of the park with the photos.
Their wedding style: Clean, modern, a mix of masculine and feminine
The invitations, programs, website, and photo booth were all DIY projects…
You know how we said good music was a giant MUST for N + R’s fete? Their fave moment ended up being their super fun “first dance”… Nicole says, Ho-Hey by The Lumineers was a group dance with vintage tambourines from the 1960’s and 70’s with lots of confetti! We didn’t want a first dance per se, so everyone was involved.
Congrats, Ronan and Nicole!
Photographer: Forged in the North / Venue & Food: Haven’s Kitchen / Coordination Halle Heyman of Haven’s Kitchen / Florist: Sprout / Hair & Makeup Artist: GlamSquad / Invitations: Bride, Nicole Heim / Band: Spank Doo Wop Group from Expressway Music / DJ: Ben of 74 Events / Bride’s Dress: J. Mendel / Shoes: Phillip Lim / Bridesmaid Dresses: Zimmermann / Shoes: Loeffler Randall & Proenza Schouler / Groom’s Tux: J. Crew