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A Creative Urban Wedding in New York, NY

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Tana & Scott in New York, NY
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Ceremony and reception site: Angel Orensanz Foundation, New York
Photography: Virginie Blachère/Image Singuliere
Videography: Sean T. Smith
Consultant: Maya Kalman/Swank Productions
Gown: Romona Keveza, Bridal Reflections, New York
Hair and makeup: David Maderich
Veil: Bridal Reflections, New York
Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Wedding rings: Tiffany &  ...
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Tana actually made the faux wedding cake! She used Styrofoam blocks topped with fondant and hand cut over 300 leaves for a stunning effect.
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Tana used watercolor canvas paper and stamps to create the rose table numbers.
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Guests found their seats with handcrafted paper-rose escort cards.
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The couple’s sweetheart table featured chairs that were decorated with handmade rosettes.
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Tall silver candelabras paired with rustic burlap linens made for a casual yet elegant look.
Angel Orensanz Foundation, New York, NY
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Striking uplighting and string lights gave the venue a glamorous look.
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Paper flowers and dozens of pillar candles created a romantic vibe during the late-morning ceremony.
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The guys wore paper-flower boutonnieres.
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Tana wore a one-shoulder ball gown with a traditional cathedral-length veil. Scott chose a classic look with a black suit and gray ascot.
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Tana made her cascading bouquet by crafting roses, hydrangeas, peonies and ivy leaves out of paper.
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Tana & Scott in New York, NY

The Bride Tana Pierce, 27, creative director and lead artist for Bohemian Bloom Atelier
The Groom Scott Gerber, 28, founder and president of the Young Entrepreneur Council
The Date November 11

Drawing inspiration from the Angel Orensanz Foundation, Tana and Scott wanted to create a lush, vintage-chic vibe for their day. They used warm colors with dramatic lighting and draping, and tied the look together with a paper floral motif.
- Amanda Black
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