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Metropolitan Building Wedding

Metropolitan Building Wedding

Marielle and Adam

Metropolitan Building Wedding

Marielle and Adam

Looking for a vintage-inspired wedding in New York City? Marielle and Adam’s beautiful Urban Vintage wedding took place in the Metropolitan Building in Long Island City, giving unlimited beautiful areas to capture the couple’s love. Marielle looked stunning in her chic, beaded, vintage gown designed in Australia by Karen Willis Holmes. Accenting her dress was a custom clutch designed with the fabric from her mother’s wedding dress. Adam looked just as dapper standing alongside Marielle in his sophisticated suit from Black Tux. Marielle’s bridesmaids wore uniform black gowns but with a different design to accommodate each girl’s style. All of the women held dark yet elegant bouquets from Rosehip Floral which added to the overall aesthetic of the day.

The Ceremony was held on the second floor of the Metropolitan Building, with a stunning chiffon drapery backdrop and twinkle lights that brought an ethereal ambiance that filled the room. After the ceremony, the couple took photos on a few of the four floors and in several of the many eclectic rooms filled with raw textures and deep and beautiful colors including the red room and green wall. After portraits, the couple joined their friends and family for a night of dinner, dancing and celebrating! Feel free to scroll through the images or watch a video slideshow below!


Thank you so much for viewing this Metropolitan Building Wedding!

Here are a few links to other recent weddings in New York City:

Sofitel Wedding | Foundry Long Island City | Harold Pratt House wedding

You can also check out more of my New York City wedding photography. If you’re newly engaged and would like to learn more about my approach to photography, my couples and life in general, please check out the process page. If you’d like to see if I’m available for your date, please don’t hesitate to drop me a line!

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