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An Organic Vineyard Wedding in Cutchogue, NY

  • Brian Dorsey Studios, New York, NY
    Claire Bean Floral & Event Design, Westhampton, NY
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Adriana & Josh in Cutchogue, NY
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These loosely tied bouquets of ranunculus, arabicum and mini star nerine lilies had a simple, low-key look.
Claire Bean Floral & Event Design, Westhampton, NY
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Adriana loved her dress so much that she broke the rules and bought it before they had even chosen a venue. It was in a simple, fitted, Grecian style.
Romona Keveza, Kleinfeld Bridal, New York, NY
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Long, navy dresses went with the vineyard setting and matched the guys’ stone-colored suits and seersucker ties.
Amsale, Wedding Library, New York, NY
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Simple, organic moss-green and off-white invitations set the tone for the day, while an “A&J” wax seal added a formal touch.
Pen & Paper Calligraphy Design, Mattituck, NY
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To match the invitations, the programs were printed with the same design and tied together with moss-green ribbon.
Pen & Paper Calligraphy Design, Mattituck, NY
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The couple had blue yarmulkes custom made for the groomsmen to wear during the ceremony.
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Adriana and Josh were married beneath a textured huppah of branches and curly willows softened with cascading hydrangeas, roses and amaranthus.
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As a nod to the vineyard location, the escort cards were slid into wine corks, which were mounted on toothpicks and set in a bed of moss.
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The catering staff passed around shots of Limoncello as guests walked from the ceremony to cocktail hour on the lawn.
Art of Eating, Amagansett, NY
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Dotting the middle of the rectangular dining tables were single-bloom arrangements of green flowers.
Claire Bean Floral & Event Design, Westhampton, NY
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Plain white, square plates were a minimalist touch to the organically styled tables.
Luminous Designs Inc., Farmingdale, NY; Classic Party Rentals, Watermill, NY
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Divided shelves topped with candles and flowers spruced up the back bar at the reception.
Claire Bean Floral & Event Design, Westhampton, NY

Adriana & Josh in Cutchogue, NY

The Bride Adriana Roitstein, 30, a financial sector specialist at JP Morgan in the Equities Sales & Trading division The Groom Josh Lebowitz, 42, CEO and majority owner of Dining Entertainment Group, which operates the Brother Jimmy’s BBQ chain of restaurants in Manhattan The Date September 5 Adriana and Josh didn’t want to overshadow the vineyard’s vines and foliage with excessive decor, so they kept it simple with all-white flowers and green leaf accents, and extended the organic colors to other details too.
- Jaimie Dalessio
Their Ingredients
  • Brian Dorsey Studios, New York, NY
  • Claire Bean Floral & Event Design, Westhampton, NY
  • Bedell Cellars
  • Romona Keveza, Kleinfeld Bridal, New York, NY
  • Amsale, Wedding Library, New York, NY
  • Pen & Paper Calligraphy Design, Mattituck, NY
  • Art of Eating, Amagansett, NY
  • Luminous Designs Inc., Farmingdale, NY; Classic Party Rentals, Watermill, NY

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