Audubon

New York Historical Society
New York City

Photography: Roey Yohai

As the mother of the bride, I need to tell you how much of a relief and a pleasure it was to have you at our side planning and executing this magnificent wedding! You and your staff did a magnificent job, one that I could never have done with such grace and sensitivity. You are a wonder, an extraordinary calming presence… we are all so grateful for your talents during what I know is a stress-filled time.

– Pat, Mother of the Bride

Lillian and Victor are both incredibly stylish and creative – Lil is a fashion designer and Vic is a Creative Director. We had planned the weddings of friends and bridesmaids – providing us with the double challenge of on-point design and perfect planning. We had fun with both!

The bride and her bridesmaids all looked stunning in white Monique Lhuillier, from the Wedding Library. A corner hotel suite had enough room for all the bridesmaids (and flower girls) to get ready.

Central Park in spring set the urban historical backdrop for the wedding. We knew the wedding date timing was perfect for spring blooms, and we took full advantage of the park for bridal photos.

The paperie hinted at the Audubon themed reception to come. Whimsical calligraphy and the crimson band helped make the elegant invitation “pop” as the couple wanted to make sure the invitation wasn’t too formal.

The groom and groomsmen wore matching bowties and ties in springtime green. We made sure the boutonnieres would match perfectly.

The stately architecture and modern interiors of the museum helped to dictate the wedding design. The ever-changing exhibit space held the dinner; a temporary Audubon exhibit provided the perfect backdrop for the dining room.

The museum’s library was cleared of all furniture for the ceremony and the dancing afterwards. All that was needed to highlight the room was the stunning urns, a clean white runner and warm lighting.

The bride has her own fashionable clothing line but for her bridesmaids she chose these ethereal Wedding Library dresses. Each bridesmaid carried mini calla lily bouquets.

The photographer was thrilled to be able to capture this extraordinary angle at the ceremony. It’s unusual to catch this intimacy without disturbing the moment.

Nature provided the best backdrop of the day!

Finding a quiet spot in Central Park made for lovely portraits.

A flower girl catches the breeze!

We arranged for transportation to bring the large bridal party together for portraits in the park. The vehicles waited nearby to bring everyone to the museum.

A city street frames the couple during the couples’ portrait session while the voluminous lobby served for the cocktail hour.

The Audubon show in the dining gallery helped dictate the theme. Guests could write sweet notes in the vintage book of plates.

The escort card display was filled with little surprises, including these quail eggs!

Wedding Library chargers show off the lovely linens and hand-lettered menu place cards.

The brilliant blue on the exhibit’s walls at first seemed a challenging design element, but ended up as a vibrant backdrop for the clean, springtime design. The bride’s dear friend made the delicate wedding cake that we displayed for the evening.

Lillian and Victor are both incredibly stylish and creative – Lil is a fashion designer and Vic is a Creative Director. We had planned the weddings of friends and bridesmaids – providing us with the double challenge of on-point design and perfect planning. We had fun with both!

The bride and her bridesmaids all looked stunning in white Monique Lhuillier, from the Wedding Library. A corner hotel suite had enough room for all the bridesmaids (and flower girls) to get ready.

Central Park in spring set the urban historical backdrop for the wedding. We knew the wedding date timing was perfect for spring blooms, and we took full advantage of the park for bridal photos.

The paperie hinted at the Audubon themed reception to come. Whimsical calligraphy and the crimson band helped make the elegant invitation “pop” as the couple wanted to make sure the invitation wasn’t too formal.

The groom and groomsmen wore matching bowties and ties in springtime green. We made sure the boutonnieres would match perfectly.

The stately architecture and modern interiors of the museum helped to dictate the wedding design. The ever-changing exhibit space held the dinner; a temporary Audubon exhibit provided the perfect backdrop for the dining room.

The museum’s library was cleared of all furniture for the ceremony and the dancing afterwards. All that was needed to highlight the room was the stunning urns, a clean white runner and warm lighting.

The bride has her own fashionable clothing line but for her bridesmaids she chose these ethereal Wedding Library dresses. Each bridesmaid carried mini calla lily bouquets.

The photographer was thrilled to be able to capture this extraordinary angle at the ceremony. It’s unusual to catch this intimacy without disturbing the moment.

Nature provided the best backdrop of the day!

Finding a quiet spot in Central Park made for lovely portraits.

A flower girl catches the breeze!

We arranged for transportation to bring the large bridal party together for portraits in the park. The vehicles waited nearby to bring everyone to the museum.

A city street frames the couple during the couples’ portrait session while the voluminous lobby served for the cocktail hour.

The Audubon show in the dining gallery helped dictate the theme. Guests could write sweet notes in the vintage book of plates.

The escort card display was filled with little surprises, including these quail eggs!

Wedding Library chargers show off the lovely linens and hand-lettered menu place cards.

The brilliant blue on the exhibit’s walls at first seemed a challenging design element, but ended up as a vibrant backdrop for the clean, springtime design. The bride’s dear friend made the delicate wedding cake that we displayed for the evening.

Lillian and Victor are both incredibly stylish and creative – Lil is a fashion designer and Vic is a Creative Director. We had planned the weddings of friends and bridesmaids – providing us with the double challenge of on-point design and perfect planning. We had fun with both!

The bride and her bridesmaids all looked stunning in white Monique Lhuillier, from the Wedding Library. A corner hotel suite had enough room for all the bridesmaids (and flower girls) to get ready.

Central Park in spring set the urban historical backdrop for the wedding. We knew the wedding date timing was perfect for spring blooms, and we took full advantage of the park for bridal photos.

The paperie hinted at the Audubon themed reception to come. Whimsical calligraphy and the crimson band helped make the elegant invitation “pop” as the couple wanted to make sure the invitation wasn’t too formal.

The groom and groomsmen wore matching bowties and ties in springtime green. We made sure the boutonnieres would match perfectly.

The stately architecture and modern interiors of the museum helped to dictate the wedding design. The ever-changing exhibit space held the dinner; a temporary Audubon exhibit provided the perfect backdrop for the dining room.

The museum’s library was cleared of all furniture for the ceremony and the dancing afterwards. All that was needed to highlight the room was the stunning urns, a clean white runner and warm lighting.

The bride has her own fashionable clothing line but for her bridesmaids she chose these ethereal Wedding Library dresses. Each bridesmaid carried mini calla lily bouquets.

The photographer was thrilled to be able to capture this extraordinary angle at the ceremony. It’s unusual to catch this intimacy without disturbing the moment.

Nature provided the best backdrop of the day!

Finding a quiet spot in Central Park made for lovely portraits.

A flower girl catches the breeze!

We arranged for transportation to bring the large bridal party together for portraits in the park. The vehicles waited nearby to bring everyone to the museum.

A city street frames the couple during the couples’ portrait session while the voluminous lobby served for the cocktail hour.

The Audubon show in the dining gallery helped dictate the theme. Guests could write sweet notes in the vintage book of plates.

The escort card display was filled with little surprises, including these quail eggs!

Wedding Library chargers show off the lovely linens and hand-lettered menu place cards.

The brilliant blue on the exhibit’s walls at first seemed a challenging design element, but ended up as a vibrant backdrop for the clean, springtime design. The bride’s dear friend made the delicate wedding cake that we displayed for the evening.

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