Bespoke Only brought their fabulous eye to this modern, minimalist wedding in New York City, transforming the blank canvas of Studio 450 and its spectacular city views into this couple’s ideal venue. There were plenty of fun and thoughtful touches, like sending guests off at the end of the night with bunches of the beautiful flowers – a generous (and oh so pretty) reminder of a fabulous, festive evening.
Angela’s bouquet was a soft, romantic mix of yellow and blush peonies, cream roses, dusty miller and astilbe.
How sweet is their little pup?!
Why did you choose this location for your ceremony? We loved its simplicity, the outdoor rooftop, and the panoramic windows displaying the skyline.
What was your favorite thing about your wedding ceremony? How intimate it felt on that rooftop. I had zero expectation of becoming emotional during the ceremony, but ended up crying throughout my vows, because of the amount of love and support I felt from my friends and family around us.
How would you describe your reception? Simple, clean, and beautiful, complete with playful touches like oversized tasseled balloons.
What was your wedding menu? We chose to stay true to my Texan roots and had Blue Smoke Barbecue cater both cocktail hour and dinner. Our appetizer was a roasted beet salad with green beans, toasted pecans and blue cheese. We then served an entree of brisket, pulled pork, and Texas salt ‘n’ pepper ribs with all the trimmings: coleslaw, collard greens, cornbread, mac ‘n’ cheese and green beans. Then for dessert… banana cream pie!
Angela & Kenny shared their first dance to Jack Johnson’s Better Together. We love the sentiment of this song – just what a wedding is all about!
What type of cake or dessert did you serve? We had a tiered wedding cake by Momofuku Milk Bar (birthday cake flavor) and a dessert table of assorted Momofuku Milk Bar cakes, pies, cookies, and cake truffles.