Honor + Jay
Finally he took me on a romantic first date in Boston.
I realized he was the one after I said I loved him. We were on my quaint little street in Cambridge, I pulled a falling tulip from a neighbor’s garden and I just looked at him and said the words.
We got married in Winvian Farm in Connecticut. I wanted our wedding to reflect our taste and the way we live our lives. We took a lot of time with the details — from the Blue Willow Chinoiserie pattern we personalized, to the 1920s themed after party. Pre-wedding, we had a pool party with wine and a food truck. And of the day of, we sent our guests off in the party bus with Shake Shack, tequila shots and Veuve Clicquot.
My father walked me down the aisle. All the bridesmaids wore navy gowns with gold and pearl accessories. The gentlemen wore their own tuxes. I decided to wear my veil down until Jay and my first kiss. We got married by a Justice Of The Peace and kept it classic when it came to the vows. During the cocktail hour between the ceremony and dinner we had people go to themed cabins and take specialty shots — there was also polaroid stand and a guest book. On the lawn, a string quartet played ragtime music.
We loved our DJ! He had actually works on the Obama campaign. Our dance floor was packed. The music started with Motown and the floor was filled with guests ages 10-90.
Location and Catering: Winvian Farm
Photography: Roey Yohai Photography
Stationery: By Invitation Only Designs
Calligraphy: Yellow House Calligraphy
DJ - Nick De La Cruz
Rentals: New England Country Rentals
Bridesmaids’ dresses: Amsale
Flower Girl dresses: Christening Day
Ring Bearer attire: Vera Wang Black
Groom’s tuxedo: Ermenegildo Zegna
Menswear: Vera Wang Black