THIS COUPLE PLANNED TO PROPOSE TO EACH OTHER ON THE SAME DAY!!
Kymberlie & Kristen put all their crafting skills to work, to create a beautiful modern vintage wedding. The event was held in the unique gardens of Mymoon in Brooklyn. “This couple have the sweetest engagement story ever! Began photographer, Natalie. “They went on holiday to Italy and at one picturesque moment, Kristen pulled out a ring and ask Kym to marry her. A stunned Kym smiled, pulled out a ring and asked Kristen to marry her! Great minds absolutely think alike and these two are the perfect peas in a pod.”
The couple wanted a theme that reflected their vintage style with a modern twist. From the rustic flowers to the moustache tattoos and old-fashioned clove candy sticks – Kristen & Kym worked hard to make sure every detail was accounted for. “There was no question, the couple wanted to get married in Brooklyn. After looking at several venues, they fell in love with MyMoon. The unique venue was salvaged from a 19th century broiler room that had been adjacent to a garment factory in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The venue offered a perfect mix of rustic and contemporary the couple was looking for. The beautiful outside garden helped seal the deal!” She continued.
“Before their ceremony, Kym, Kristen and closest family went to Smorgasburg in Williamsburg; a weekend event that showcases 100+ local and regional food vendors down by the waterfront. The ceremony, which took place outside in the garden, was funny sweet and sentimental.”
“The wedding was lively and full of love with families and friends uniting in the festivities. The father’s of the brides donned new hats from Goorin Brothers and stylin’ shades as the walked their daughters down the aisle. The couple read their own vows and there was not a dry eye in the house. The energy, love and excitement was so strong between the couple that Kymberlie jumped into Kristen’s arms for kiss a little too soon. The officiant hadn’t actually gotten to the “You may now kiss the bride” part and it made for the perfect scene from an endearing romantic comedy.”
“Vintage key bottle openers were draped by twine over oak lattice work and served as escort cards. Mason jars and vintage liquor bottles full of wild flowers decorated the space. Chalkboard signs welcomed guests and provided them with wedding details. A vintage suitcase bedecked with a burlap banner served as a card box. Vintage jars with mustache finger tattoos, old-fashioned soap bubbles and mustaches on sticks could be found throughout the venue. A photo booth found home outside in the garden, a red brick wall served as the perfect backdrop for guests taking advantage of the amusing photo opportunity. The Manch, was the name of the couple’s signature sip and was named after the couple’s cat. It was served in mason jars and contained bourbon, laphroaig, mint, lime and soda. Dancing, laughter and some memorable speeches kept the reception energetic, witty and wonderful throughout the night.”