Today’s wedding was meant to be a big festival themed affair but when Claire and...
I do love an industrial wedding, especially when it is coupled with a gorgeous outdoor ceremony, so when I was sent todays New York wedding, I just knew I had to share it with you as soon as possible. Marisa and Nick were married on 28th October 2022 in Kingston, New York. They chose a historic building to get married in which offered them an industrial backdrop and a great blank canvas to create their own ‘look’. They went for dark tones, vibrant flowers, glass wear, candles and elegant graphics, which when put together by the talented Emily Boziwick Events & Design looks fantastic. This was then coupled with the most gorgeous outdoor ceremony, which features a stunning flower arbour and more elegant graphics. Big thanks to HereNorth Photography for the wonderful photos.
Marisa and Nick’s wedding took place at historic Hutton Brickyards in Kingston, NY, the heart of the Hudson Valley. In the early 20th century, brick manufacturing was the preeminent industry on New York’s Hudson River. From 1865 to 1980, The Hutton Brick Works Company operated on the banks of the Hudson, supplying this essential building material for construction projects from Yankee Stadium to the Cloisters to the Empire State Building. Kiln sheds and Lidgerwood crane are historic pieces that still exist on the property and are some of the only surviving examples of brick-making architecture in the Hudson Valley region.
We wanted to tie in the industrial feel of the venue with dark features and moody vibes which included black bentwood chairs, textured glassware, whimsical greenery, and vibrant colours. The bride is a graphic designer and designed the menus, place cards, seating chart, and welcome sign herself. We used industrial piping to create the welcome sign and seating chart stands. All signage was sleek and simple which complimented the bold design elements. Glowing taper candles inside cylinder sleeves added a dark and moody element at night inside Hutton Hall, the brick building that sits on the property.
The ceremony was set along the Hudson River with a gorgeous deconstructed arbor. The bride and groom exited in a 1977 Lincoln Continental Coupe.
The bride wore Badgley Mischka Karine, White Bridal Flats with a mesh toe box, and organza flower trimmed with pearls, crystals & clear beads. Her dress was J Andreatta with scalloped embroidery. Her gift to her father was a custom tie with a photo of her as a child on the back of the tie. Their dog, Piper made a brief appearance in person and on the custom cocktail napkins.
The catering was farm-to-table eats, locally sourced from Hudson Valley farms with world-class ingredients.