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A Traditional Wedding in New York City, NY

  • Julia Newman and Ryan Jensen/Julia Newman Photography, Brooklyn
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Marni & Eric in New York City, NY
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Marni carried a loose mix of roses, ranunculus, peonies, scabiosa, sweet peas, and seeded eucalyptus.
Saipua, Brooklyn
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A red ranunculus was a perfect match to Eric’s dotted tie.
Saipua, Brooklyn
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Marni knew she wanted to wear red shoes from the get-go, so she lucked out when she found these adorable peep-toes online.
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Instead of pillows, the bride’s nephews carried the rings on stuffed animals—gifts the couple got each other to take with them when they were away.
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With all of the chandeliers in the space, the couple chose to marry under a simple huppah. Rose petals on the floor brought the signature color into the scene.
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During the cocktail hour, guests tried eco-friendly eats, like organic mini grilled cheese sandwiches with pickled onions and fig marmalade.
Cleaver Company, New York City
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The couple skipped assigning seats in favor of a more relaxed setting with open seating at different size tables.
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Artichokes, ranunculus, sweet peas, scabiosa, and wax flowers added color to the tables, which didn’t have place settings because the meal was served buffet-style.
Saipua, Brooklyn
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The couple’s favorite color, red, showed up in a big way at the laid-back wedding. Eco-friendly fare and loosely arranged flowers matched the organic vibe.
Saipua, Brooklyn
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Since florists discouraged Marni from carrying hydrangeas in her bouquet (they wilt quickly when out of water), she had sugar versions on her cake.
Sylvia Weinstock Cakes Ltd., New York City
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Marni & Eric in New York City, NY

Before Facebook, and even before MySpace, there was Friendster, which was responsible for uniting Marni and Eric. Marni spotted his profile all about cooking and travel. She sent him a flirty message: “If you’re that good of a cook, maybe you should make me dinner.” Though he didn’t cook, they did get drinks the next night -- and dated from then on. The Bride Marni Deutsch, 31, a television producer The Groom Eric Schoenfeld, 31, a business analyst The Date April 25 With Marni’s 30th birthday around the corner, she asked Eric if he had begun looking for rings. He admitted he hadn’t. Later, when Marni got out of the shower, Eric gave her the ring he’d hidden for a year -- his great-grandmother’s.
- Meredith Bodgas
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  • Julia Newman and Ryan Jensen/Julia Newman Photography, Brooklyn
  • Loft Eleven
  • Saipua, Brooklyn
  • Cleaver Company, New York City
  • Sylvia Weinstock Cakes Ltd., New York City

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