Katie and David’s wedding at the Foundry Long Island City was one of photographer Jason Thomas Crocker‘s absolute favorites. The Foundry is a photographer and betrothed couple’s dream! The venue is absolutely incredible with several areas that you can reserve which include the ground floor, mezzanine, courtyard, terrace, greenhouse, albra room and pool room! The ceremony space has a beautiful backdrop. The brick building is covered by ivy and also gives a unique look to your wedding photos. The venue is somewhat of a blank canvas where a couple can come into the space and really transform it into whatever they’d like while also enjoying the natural beauty of the space. For decor, Katie wanted to soften the harsh steel and brick elements of the venue with white flowers, a soft palette, and velvet furniture.
David is English so the couple wanted to bring as many of his traditions into their wedding as possible. The men wore morning coats and top hats with canes. They served traditional english food as part of hor d’oeuvres. To complement the men Katie wore a plain silk dress with white flowers and added some ornate vintage pieces to go along with Davids attire.
Katie and David’s wedding started the day off with a first look downtown in the garden of their apartment building. They then took pictures with the bridal party around their neighborhood. The couple met at an English pub in their neighborhood and the owners opened the bar just for the couple and the wedding party to grab a bite to eat and a few drinks. What a great way to think back to where it all started! How will you honor the foundation of your relationship for your wedding?
// Cake Designer: Nine Cakes // Equipment Rentals: Patina Vintage Rentals // Floral Designer: Xylem & Phloem // Ring Designer: Tacori // Shoes: Oscar de la Renta // Dress Store: Gabriella New York Bridal Salon // Dress Designer: Elizabeth Filmore Bridal // Caterer: Real Food Catering // Beauty: Glamsquad // Band: Element Music // Ceremony Location: The Foundry // Reception Venue: The Foundry // Photographer: Jason Thomas Crocker Photography // Submitted via Two Bright Lights