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Christine Mahoney & John Kluge

Color plays an important role in any wedding—it shows up everywhere, from the flowers to the napkins. Yellow is cheerful, white is classic, pink expresses romance and green suggests new beginnings.  Groom’s attire: Martin Greenfield of Brooklyn 

June 10, 2016, at Ellerslie Farm

Photographer: April Bennett

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Smashing the Glass Inspired Jewish Weddings

Amanda & Brian | Romantic elegance Jewish wedding at the Rosewood London

He had a suit custom made by Martin Greenfield, an American Master Tailor. It was perfectly fit to his body as if it had been sewn on him and the lining had black and white polka dots which added some fun.

23/06/2014 by Karen

Photographer: Karen

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Grow from love

Michelle and Chris Wedding

 

Bellagio & Villa del Balbianello, Italy

Photographer: Steve Gong

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Published on November 9, 2017

Michaela Nachmani's Fashion-Forward Wedding in New York City

The bride and groom have the cutest love story. Can't you just tell!? "We met in high school, when I was 14 and he was 16," Michaela says. "I've been crushing on him ever since!" And after 13 years (yes, really!) of crushing, Brett popped the question in their Brooklyn apartment—with hundreds of rose petals and candles, their favorite music playing, and a surprise appearance by their sisters after Michaela said yes. "It was perfect," she says. "And he even strategically placed his laptop to record the whole thing, which clearly went right over my head!"

By Anna Price Olson

Photographer: Terri Diamond Photography

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239 Varet Street
Brooklyn, NY 11206

 (718) 497-5480

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Take the L to Morgan Avenue Stop. Please be sure to walk up the "Bogart St." stairs. Once you reach the sidewalk, go to the right along Bogart Street. Cross Moore Street and then turn right onto Varet Street. Proceed to #239 on the right.

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