Oh boy, this wedding is a pretty one!
Kelly & Zach are a UK couple who got married on Long Island, New York, with a day that was inspired by an English garden wedding.
And while the sun failed to shine outside, inside their petal-adorned conservatory in the De Seversky Mansion, everyone was beaming, as this sweet pair tied the knot.
From the refined setting to the classic florals, and the pretty pink bridesmaids dresses to the smooth black tuxes, every last detail was chic and sophisticated.
In keeping with the romantic style, Kelly was stunning in her appliqué strapless gown with baby’s breath in her hair, while Zach looked entirely charming in black tie to match his guys.
But our favourite detail about this wedding has to be all the thoughtful touches with their guests in mind. Pashminas to keep them cosy, bagel holes to keep them fed, and transport to take them back to the city when the dancing was done – we do love it when a bride and groom look after their guests!
Wedding Day Snapshot
Scroll down to see more of this sweet soiree, and read more from Sarah Glick, of Brilliant Event Planning about how it all came together…
Our couple Kelly and Zack hail from the UK and wanted a wedding with an English Garden feel to it, making De Seversky Mansion the perfect venue!
Even a rainy day couldn’t dim its charm and the mansion’s beautiful glass atrium was the perfect setting for these two lovebirds.
The couple choose to exchange their “I dos” in front of a chic floral wreath that mimicked their wedding invitations.
They also provided soft pashminas wrapped around each chair, to ensure guests kept cozy through the ceremony and the rest of the evening.
Spanish guitars delighted guests during cocktail hour, as a nod to Kelly’s Puerto Rican heritage, and after hearing toasts from family and friends, guests danced the night away!
At the end of the evening, even though guests had a long bus ride back to New York City, Kelly and Zack didn’t want the fun to stop!
The couple provided their guests with transportation back to the city, and added their own special touch: As everyone boarded the bus, they took with them personal batches of gourmet bagel holes – each stuffed with various cream cheeses and fillings, from Bantam Bagels.
Meanwhile, the newlyweds ended their fairytale evening driving away in a vintage Rolls Royce!
So romantic, right? Rainy days are so many brides and grooms’ worst nightmare, but when you see the pictures, they always look like the most charming and cosy events! Oh and the ice-cream and waffle station – genius!
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