We will be the first to say that New York City and classic weddings go hand-in-hand. Like champagne and strawberries or peanut butter and jelly. But, this timeless New York wedding perfection is a game changer. It's fluid motion, natural elements and spectacular bride wearing Pronovias are faultless. There's something about how story teller Brett Matthews can capture the city hustle and Cinderella elegance to exquisitely showcase what this brilliant wedding embodies. From the wedding décor details to the candid moments you can't miss a moment of this timeless New York wedding perfection at The Pierre Hotel. Fans of traditional ceremonies and ballroom receptions, get ready to meet your next favorite fete of Evey and Erik's dream wedding.

Timeless New York Wedding Perfection

There seems to be a perfect recipe that New York brides secretly know. With innovative wedding professionals, like planner Everything Fabulous 4 Your Events and designer Atlas Floral Decorators at their fingertips, the blend of talent becomes way beyond a typical affair. Tucked inside this wildly gorgeous affair is a dash of whimsy with a circle floral installation that is merely jaw dropping as a dramatic focal point in the ballroom. The artistic and impressive details amped up the venue's luxurious vibe with an untamed garden elegance that is unparalleled. Add to that the serious dose of sweet elegance from celebrity chef and trendsetting cake designer Ron Ben Israel and the wow statement continues. As if we really needed to look beyond the bride, Evey. Her bridal style is posh with a capital OMG. Pronovias is without a doubt the designer more and more brides love to wear. All of their dresses are made by hand and take up to 120 hours to finish - the detailing and embroidery are intricate enough for each bride to feel that she has a unique dress. This timeless New York wedding perfection is certainly not like looking at one that has been done a million times before. And just in prove that point each image Brett Matthews brilliantly captures shows just how divinely different this fairytale in the city was for Evey and Erik.