A Industrial Elegant Wedding at 501 Union in Brooklyn, New York

Deenie and Tim love old New York--1930s speakeasy styles and art deco accents. The marble bars and light fixtures at 501 Union along with a color pale

Deenie and Tim love old New York--1930s speakeasy styles and art deco accents. The marble bars and light fixtures at 501 Union along with a color palette of navy, coral, burgundy, evergreen and metallics brought out the industrial elegance theme the couple was aiming for.

Skull socks added a unique touch to Tim's look.
Deenie's gown was actually two pieces--a short sleeve lace top and a high-waist high/low skirt.
The couple shared their first dance to 10 friends playing a live version of Mickey & Sylvia's Love is Strange.
Watercolor florals added a beautiful, elegant touch to the invitation suite.
Long rectangle tables were draped with navy tablecloths and surrounded by white chairs, complementing the modern reception space.
The watercolor florals were a reoccurring motif within the stationery.
The dinner menu was inspired by Southern cuisine.
Deenie's niece and nephew were the flower girl and ring bearer.
Deenie wore a white Tom Binns necklace that she borrowed from a friend. She carried a bouquet filled with filler flowers--a unique mix of cotton, anemones and large red dahlias.
Silver sandal heels added a touch of glam to Deenie's style.
Small arrangements of thistle and cotton were displayed in small glass bottles.
The three naked cakes were topped with fresh fruit.
Deenie chose Reformation gowns that her maid and matron of honor could wear again and again.
Pirouline cookies were given to the guests as favors.
Gold silverware and lace table runners added a romantic touch to the table decor.
Guests waved ribbon streamers above the couple's head for their exit.
A lush centerpiece arrangement of dahlias, thistle, ranunculuses and eucalyptus leaves decorated the sweetheart table.