A Country Wedding in Pocantico Hills, NY

The Bride Christine Bashian, 29, a lawyer The Groom TJ Murphy, 27, vice president at Baldor Specialty Foods The Date August 14  The couple wanted thei

The Bride Christine Bashian, 29, a lawyer The Groom TJ Murphy, 27, vice president at Baldor Specialty Foods The Date August 14 The couple wanted their love of food and fresh, local produce to take center stage at the wedding. By arranging displays of fresh fruit and produce at the reception, Christine and TJ managed to achieve a laid-back barbecue vibe without even meaning to!

During the cocktail hour, guests sipped a gin-based drink with basil and a vodka-based cocktail with fresh lemonade and ginger.
White lanterns and tall arrangements of greens and flowers decorated the day.
Bridal Bouquet
The maids of honor carried roses, orchids and dusty miller in their bouquets.
The maids of honor wore coral dresses in different silhouettes.
Homemade Limoncello
Ceremony site: Church of Saint Aidan, Williston Park, NY Reception site: Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Pocantico Hills, NY Photography: Erik Ekroth Photography Consultant: Francesca Abbracciamento/Francesca Events Inc. Gown: Monique Lhuillier, Saks Fifth Avenue, New York Hair: Face Time Beauty Concierge Makeup: Stephanie Flores Veil: Suzanne Couture Millinery Shoes: Manolo Blahnik Wedding rings: London Jewelers Bridesmaid dresses: Nicole Miller Formalwear: Groom’s suit: Dolce & Gabbana; Shirt: Prada; Tie: Domenico Vacca Invitations: Bloomingdale’s Programs: DIY Menu cards: Blue Hill at Stone Barns Flowers: Ceremony: Georgewood Florist; Reception: Ned Kelly & Company Catering and cake: Blue Hill at Stone Barns Music: Hank Lane Music and Productions Transportation: Lancelot Limousine Services Inc. Accommodations: The Mark Honeymoon: Montauk Registries: Bloomingdale’s; Williams-Sonoma
The mixed arrangements featured flowers, fruits, greens and candles.
Christine wore her hair in a low updo with a crystal pin to finish the look.
Wanting to incorporate fresh fruit into every aspect of their wedding, the couple topped their buttercream cake with fresh cherries.
Rustic, burlap-lined baskets adorned with stephanotis, roses and lilies of the valley held the programs.
As an adorable décor addition, a metal bicycle decked out with flowers and chalkboard signs directed guests to the dinner and dancing.
Neutral linens ensured that the beautiful stonework at Blue Hill would stand out.
The first dress Christine tried on ended up being “the one.” She wore a romantic lace gown, while TJ chose a navy suit and tie.
The couple wed in the church where they were both baptized.
The couple started dancing to Jack Johnson’s “Better Together” but surprised guests 60 seconds later when “Shout” came on.