Kyle Michelle Weddings Blog
This summer wedding took place at the New York Historical Society. It was one of the most beautiful days to say "I Do" and boy do the pictures show it... Elizabeth, David and their guests dined in front of the largest Picasso in North America - which was perfect as they were both lovers of history and art. The design was so simple, yet so unique at the same time - with greenery, white florals and cumquats stuck in each structure to give it a summery and bright flare - perfect color scheme for a summer wedding!
Just wait until you see this beautiful couple...
Arielle and John were a vision! John is the founder and CEO of Sticky Fingers Joint and was on the Top 40 Business Men under 40 in New York City - so it was super cool to work with him. As for Arielle, she was not only drop-dead gorgeous, but she is a Juilliard trained musician who is super talented. Having her expertise when choosing a band was awesome!
Meghan and she were absolute besties, as you can see from her review - "I would basically carry Meghans baby. To even begin to write a "review" about Meghan, Kristin, and Kyle Michelle Weddings is pretty pointless because they are too incredible for words. They are the best in New York City- and I have seen A LOT of planners in my job."
As for the design, Arielle wanted a beach wedding without all of the beach themed flowers / decor - which is where the purple florals, gold accents and silk champagne dresses came into play. Wait until you see the breathe taking flowers hanging from the Chuppah.
Check out this Chuppah - hanging flowers galore!!! One of my favorite floral Chuppahs of all time!
These centerpieces were to die for... They were the perfect amount of beach themed while being classy and unique. Honestly - when do you see centerpieces like this at a wedding?
Venue: Mallard Island
Wedding Coordinator: Kyle Michelle Weddings
Bridal Makeup: Painted by Spencer
Makeup: Taffetta Hair and Makeup
Hair: Eric J Rosado
Photography: Anthony Vasquez
Videographer: Anthony Vasquez
Ceremony / After Party: The Britt Pack
Band: Soul Cirque
Florist: Konstentenos Floral Design
Cake: Cake That
Melissa and Adam tied the knot at this amazing venue, The Liberty Warehouse in New York City in November. The rustic and romantic charm that this venue had to offer was a perfect fit for this adorable couple. Their vibe was very classy and sophisticated - white florals with greenery, a lot of lighting, ivory linens and gold accents. Our favorite part was the two-part choreographed dance to introduce themselves as husband and wife - love that energy!
Keep scrolling for some awesome photos!!!
This couple has so many unique aspects of their wedding - check out this custom made bobble-head cake topper... It literally looks exactly like them! Also, they had a live painter throughout the reception, you'll have to check out her website for the finished product... SO AWESOME!
How else do you end your wedding night in New York City???
Venue: Liberty Warehouse
Wedding Coordinator / Planner: Kyle Michelle Weddings
Photographer: Joshua Zuckerman Photography
Videographer: Kaila Klassy Productions
Florist: Metro Florals
Lighting: Pegasus Production
Band: Cafe Wha??
Live Painter: Katherine Gressel
Food Truck: Eddies Pizza
Long Beach Island, New Jersey is one of our favorite towns on the shore of New Jersey. We have been blessed a couple times with being a part of weddings that took place on LBI. Each wedding different but each wedding making LBI the focal point due to the couples love for the island.
Jenny grew up spending her summers on LBI (I believe in her Dad's welcome speech he mentioned she was conceived on LBI) and when Jenny met Adam she brought him into the fold that is the love for LBI. Mallard Island Yacht Club was the perfect venue for their ceremony and reception.
Although, Jenny grew up spending her summers and holidays at the shore, she and Adam currently live in Boston, MA. So, our first conversation was actually with Jenny's mom, Lisa. From the get go, we fell for this family. Our first in-person meeting we met with the entire family and they are a riot. Jenny's family was awesome (if you can't tell by her dad's admission during his "Welcome Speech"), you could feel how close they were and home much they loved one another. It was a blast to be a part of this planning process!
Oh, the difference between the bride's day and the groom's day!
Jenny, you were perfection!
I just don't think I would tire from this view and this place, ever.
Jenny & Adam's guests danced all night long and when the choice came to get onto the shuttle and head back to the hotel or go downstairs for the after party came, guests of ALL ages made their way down to the after party which ragged into the wee hours of the next morning!
Thank you to this fantastic family for all of your awesomeness!
Congratulations Jenny & Adam, we wish you two the best of everything!
Ceremony/Reception Venue: Mallard Island Yacht Club
Florist: MDS Floral Designs
Band: EBE Entertainment, Dreamtime
Photographer: Joshua Zuckerman Photography
Videography: Tweed Video
Lighting: Fennelli Design
Ceremony Portrait: Wed On Canvas
Transportation: Shooboo Shuttle
Wood Signs: Kyle Michelle Weddings
On a rainy day one could only hope your "plan B" location for your ceremony space looked like Katherine &John's wedding on June 27th 2015. Despite the rain, Katherine & John ran, biked and swam the Philadelphia Tri the morning of their wedding-and then headed to the Horticulture Center to say "I Do." The amazing photography from Pat Fuery is the icing on the cake!
Katherine and John we are so happy for you two! Thank you for letting Kyle Michelle Weddings help you throughout the planning process!