Modern day lovers of Insta-worthy graffiti portraits can unite over this urban Brooklyn wedding at historic Weylin. It's everything classy blended with a punch of industrial chic captured by Anthony Vazquez Photography. Kelly and Jonathan without a doubt have everlasting memories of Brooklyn's amazing urban landscape and graffiti paying tribute to where they first fell in love and their journey began. Now residents of San Francisco, this dapper duo said their I Do's in their own stomping grounds of New York picking the historical reformed bank Weylin because of its stunning vibrant architecture. They chose to compliment the venue with muted tones and classic florals that held a dynamic feel by Ariston Flowers with An Affair To Remember at the planning helm. Step into this chic urban Brooklyn wedding at historic Weylin.
Urban Brooklyn Wedding at Historic Weylin
Shortly after Kelly and Jonathan became engaged in 2017, they moved from New York City to San Francisco. Because New York was where they first met and where many of their friends still live, they knew they wanted to have an urban Brooklyn wedding. The minute they walked into the historic Weylin, formerly the Williamsburg Savings Bank, they knew it was the one. From the architectural beauty of the ballroom to envisioning the flow of the reception, it took their breath away. The venue itself offers a vibrant and colorful ambience, so they went with a muted color palette to off-set and add to its classy vibe. The flowers, which were arguably one of their favorite elements of the décor, were white, ivory and blush with a touch of greenery, and the bridesmaids' dresses were navy. Jonathan grew up Jewish and Kelly spent the year prior to the wedding converting to Judaism. As such, the ceremony incorporated many Jewish traditions that held a special meaning to them making the day that much more special. Including the gorgeous cherry blossom chuppah off set by the by the aisle that was decorated with a long white runner, white lanterns, and white rose petals.