It’s #WeddingWednesday and today’s feature has serious Spring vibes, perfect to kick off the season! #ByeWinter! Becca and Anthony met about three weeks before her birthday, and he captured her heart by standing on his chair and making a beautiful toast in her honor in front of her friends. “I don’t remember anything he said, but I was so moved and head-over-heels in love, I stood on a chair and told practically everyone I know that I was in love and would probably marry this guy,” she recalls. Becca’s premonition came true in October. The couple wed at the minimalist, modern Prospect House, surrounded by a landscape of native grasses and trees. Their wedding details focused on wild flowers and green hues – including the bodice of Becca’s gown. Her bridesmaids chose their own dresses, an old friend conducted the wedding ceremony, and the bride and groom opted for Voodoo Doughnuts for dessert. We absolutely love the use of dainty flowers at the reception, from the walls to the tiny touches on the menu, it is such a beautiful detail! Scroll for more!
Photography: Jenny DeMarco Photography | Venue: Prospect House | Event Planning: 36th Street Events | Catering: Kurant Events | Floral: Petals, ink. | Tableware: Premiere Events | Furniture Rentals: Loot Rentals | DJ: Toast Entertainment | Lighting: Toast Entertainment | Desserts: Voodoo Doughnuts | Bridal Salon: Elizabeth Anthony | Groom’s Attire: Knot Standard | Submitted via: Matchology