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Real Wedding | Sarah + Greg

A couple looking at each other near their vintage wedding cake

Tell us a little about yourselves!

We are two creative people living in Brooklyn! We met in 2017, and being both Northeast kids, we hit it off! Greg is a Producer and Sarah is a Photographer.

Why did you decide to get married where you did?

We loved FringeArts and how unique it was. It allowed for indoor and outdoor use, great food and drinks and allowed us to work with a local theatre company, that is great for the community and local artists.

How many guests did you have?


Tell us about your outfits.

We went for simple, sophisticated, and unique outfits. I also wore a ton of family pieces such as my Mothers veil and Grandmothers earrings.

What was the most important aspect for you, in terms of planning your wedding?

We wanted to do it together and it feel personal! Greg designed our website and save the dates. We worked together to pick all the vendors, and make sure the day felt like us as much as we could!

Were there any elements that were important for you to incorporate?

We wanted the wedding to feel like an extension of who we are. We included lots of personal elements; a letter to our guests, notes at people's dinner settings, personal notes to each other, etc. We wanted people to understand us a little better after leaving. We wanted family style food and long tables, so people could talk and make friends. Lastly we wanted documentary style wedding photography (by Kindred) to really capture the day.

Any tips for couples getting married?

Think about what's most important to both of you, and do that. Don't be afraid to make it your own, and

push the boundaries. This is for you. Last thing, hire people you like and trust. Ours were true artists, and have no become friends.

White kitten heels on a mustard armchair

A modern bride fixing her veil and bow

A modern bride looking down wearing a bow and veil

A modern brides hand with contemporary rings and bright red polish.

A modern bride wearing a bow and veil with her mismatched bridesmaids in the background

A polaroid of a modern bride with her mismatched bridesmaids

A modern bride wearing a bow and veil and sunglasses in a classic convertible car

A modern bride wearing a bow and veil and sunglasses in a convertible classic car

A modern bride looking back wearing sunglasses, a bow and veil

A wedding guest with a pearl bag

Modern table styling with bright florals and fruit

Modern table styling with bright flowers and fruit

A polaroid of a vintage cake with the words Just Married

A vintage style wedding cake with the words Just Married

A Polaroid of a vintage style wedding cake with cherries on top

A bride holding a vintage style champagne glass with red nail polish

Photographer : Kindred @kindredweddings | Ceremony + Reception Location : FringeArts Philadelphia PA @fringearts | Entertainment : Jonathan Jacobs @jonathanejacobs | Wedding Planner : Jackie Small @phillydiywedding | Flora : Flower Clvb @flowerclvb | HMUA : JM & Co | Cake : Eclat Modern Bakery @eclat.modernbakery | Stationery : Jackie Small @phillydiywedding | Wedding Sign : Oxford Pennant | Sarah's Dress : Watters @watters Brooklyn Tailors @brooklyntailors Sachin and Babi @sachinandbabi | Engagement Ring : Erstwhile @erstwhilejewlery | Wedding Rings : So Sweet Jewelers @sosweetjewlers | Sarah's Shoes : Zara @zara + Vans @vans | Veil : Sarah's Mothers from 1989 | Pearl Earrings : Sarah's Grandmothers from 1970


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