A Romantic Brown Restaurant Wedding in New York City
Romance often blossoms in the least likely of places. For Tiffany and Jeffrey, that place was the park, where the coworkers often fed squirrels (yes, squirrels) together during lunch breaks. Seven years after their first nutty meeting, the couple married in a heartfelt ceremony that showcased their shared love for the furry creatures in a sophisticated way.
Event designer (and Martha Stewart Weddings contributor) Matthew Robbins chose ranunculus, calla lilies, hypericum, and wild grasses in harvest hues to complete Tiffany's bouquet.
Flowers and Event Design, Matthew Robbins Design
Guests dine on the rooftop terrace of the Gramercy Park Hotel; leafy garlands add a festive feel.
Catering, Gramercy Park Hotel
The squirrel theme was emblazoned on everything from table numbers to the invitation suite.
Stationery, Sunset Printing and Engraving
The Guest Book
The couple's guest book features a pair of homemade felt squirrels crafted by the bride.
Gloriosa lilies, passion vine, maple leaves, fresh herbs, and dahlias in rustic bark-wrapped vases, along with mushrooms, local foliage, and other forest accents, serve as centerpieces.
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