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A Wedding at Tribeca Rooftop in New York City

  • Belathee, New York City
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Rebecca & Ian in New York City, NY
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Purple seeded eucalyptus gave Rebecca’s bouquet of white roses an earthy edge. It also brought out the wedding palette.
Blondie’s Flower Studio, New York City
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Rebecca’s grandfather calligraphed the escort cards, which lined up around a Styrofoam box covered in wallpaper that matched the damask-printed stationery.
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Stems of purple and green seeded eucalyptus added a touch of color to the groom’s black-and-white attire. They also coordinated with the bride’s bouquet.
Blondie’s Flower Studio, New York City
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Rebecca loved the bright and summery color of the Melissa Sweet bridesmaid gowns. The floor length upped the formality of the style.
Melissa Sweet, Priscilla of Boston, New York City
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Instead of a sign-in book, guests wrote messages on damask-printed cards. These were then hung on a wishing tree, which served as additional décor.
Wishing Tree: Blondie’s Flower Studio, New York City
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The couple’s ketubah, the Jewish marriage contract, had the signature color in it. After the couple signed it, they displayed it under their huppah.
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Floating candles and hundreds of rose heads and petals gave the aisle a romantic look.
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You’d never know it, but the table cards were a DIY project. The bride used damask-patterned paper left over from the invitations and printed numbers on them from home.
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Wishing tree: Blondie’s Flower Studio, New York City
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The couple exchanged vows under a huppah made from cherry trees planted in modern, white containers.
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A keyboardist, saxophonist and percussionist livened the mood at the outdoor cocktail hour, which took place at sunset.
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To echo the stationery, a damask print covered the tiers of the square cake. Candles around the base called attention to the silver pattern.
Audrey’s Fine Baked Goods, West Sayville
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An large arrangement of ivory roses sat atop a cluster of modern vases, enveloped in candlelight. Lavender-gray linens covered the tables and a single ivory rose head adorned each napkin.
Blondie’s Flower Studio, New York City

Rebecca & Ian in New York City, NY

A sorority sister of Rebecca and a volleyball teammate of Ian set up their friends during Welcome Week of their senior year at the University of Michigan. The two dated from then on, living together in New York, California and Indiana. The Bride Rebecca Freilich, 27, director of design for an interior horticultural firm The Groom Ian Henderson, 27, attorney The Date August 2 Back in New York, the two went to see fireworks the day after the fourth of July (it had rained on Independence Day!). During the show, Ian asked Rebecca if she was having fun. She said she was. He then told her, “If you marry me, we’ll do fun things like this forever!” and gave her a ring. Over the next 13 months, the couple planned their Manhattan wedding.
- Meredith Bodgas
Their Ingredients
  • Belathee, New York City
  • Blondie’s Flower Studio, New York City
  • Melissa Sweet, Priscilla of Boston, New York City
  • Wishing Tree: Blondie’s Flower Studio, New York City
  • Wishing tree: Blondie’s Flower Studio, New York City
  • Audrey’s Fine Baked Goods, West Sayville

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