A Colorful, Vintage Wedding at Green Building in Brooklyn, New York City

It's no surprise that the wedding of two artistic individuals, like Kimberley Latza (30, photography agent) and Paul Sirisalee (37, a commercial still

It's no surprise that the wedding of two artistic individuals, like Kimberley Latza (30, photography agent) and Paul Sirisalee (37, a commercial still life photographer) would be ?so creative. The photography-loving couple used a vibrant color scheme of turquoise, blue and coral to liven up their industrial Brooklyn wedding along with plenty of references to their shared profession. Even a record 4 inches of rain couldn't dampen the day's vibe—or the tacos from the local food truck!

Photographer's Wedding Bands
White Ranunculus Boutonniere
Blue Bow BHLDN Bridal Shoes
Kimberley carried a colorful bouquet with deep pink peonies (her favorite!) and pops of yellow.
Kimberley and Paul in Gowanus Brookyn
Kimberley designed the simple white ceremony programs herself.
Garlands of paper tassels decorated the aisle chairs at the ceremony.
Blue Ringer Bearer Sign
"We knew we wanted to get married in Brooklyn—it's our home and the basis of so many highlights in our relationship," says Kimberley. "Seeking out a non 'cookie cutter' venue, we found the Green Building and it immediately felt right. An old warehouse in the neighborhood of Gowanus, Brooklyn it featured many industrial elements that appealed to our aesthetic."
Miniature cameras were attached to the seating assignments—a nod to Kimberley and Paul's photography  professions.
Kimberley's mother and sister helped her collect vintage milk glass vases for the centerpieces. Vibrant yellow and pink blooms added color to the arrangements.
Cocktails included classics like the Arnold Palmers and rnmojitos along with a tequila based cocktail called the St. Rita and a bourbon based Gold Rush.
"One of the best things about the Green Building was the you could use food trucks for catering!" says Kimberley. "Settling on Mexicue—a perfect blend of Mexican and BBQ—we enjoyed mac and cheese along with BBQ Spare Ribs for cocktail hour and endless tacos fueled the dance party."
"Being that we're both in the photography industry it was an easy theme for us to adapt," says Kimberley.