A Green Building Wedding in Brooklyn, New York

Natasha and Doug's fun, quirky wedding at The Green Building in Brooklyn, NY was a lively celebration full of bright colors and personal touches that

Natasha and Doug's fun, quirky wedding at The Green Building in Brooklyn, NY was a lively celebration full of bright colors and personal touches that included a cat motif, live marching band and classic American and Australian comfort food.

Bronze cats in various sizes played into one of the day's quirky motifs and added a playful touch to the centerpieces.
Each place was set with white china, playful patterned linens and hand calligraphed kraft paper place markers.
The long farmhouse style tables had a cheerful vibe with bright linens in blues and reds, as well as arrangements of vibrant pink hydrangeas and tinted glasses.
Instead of cake, Natasha and Doug opted for cool sweet treats provided by Coolhaus.
The reception was held at The Green Building in Carroll Gardens. The airy space, a former brass foundry, had an industrial feel as well as an urban edge with its exposed brick walls, wooden beams and elegant chandeliers.
Natasha wore her hair up in a sleek updo and opted for subtle makeup giver her natural glow. She accessorized her look with a 1940s vintage rhinestone and crystal necklace and drop earrings.
A fun, illustrated sign, highlighting some of the couple's interests, decorated the cocktail bar.
Following the ceremony, the couple and their guests paraded around the neighborhood accompanied by the Hungry Man Marching Band who supplied the lively tunes.
The couple wed a simple outdoor ceremony at The Green Building before heading inside for the festivities.
Guests kicked off their shoes and slipped on comfy flip flops to dance to the beats of DJ Skip Mode.
Guests sipped on bright fruity drinks during the cocktail hour.
For the reception, Natasha and Doug served up classic American dishes like fried chicken, mac n cheese and biscuits cooked up by the lovely ladies at Pies-N-Thighs in Brookyln.