Love is in the details, and Arianna put a lot of love into the handcrafted touches for her NJ Jewish wedding on the spectacular riverfront. Photography by Martha Sachser.
Arianna was not the conventional kind of bride, as evidenced by her unusual choice of a wedding dress. She chose to get married in a beautiful navy blue gown… and let her guests wear white!
From the bride: Don’t be afraid to do something unconventional with the wedding! Our pictures with the guests in white and the bride and groom in blue look AMAZING!
The beach theme decor was done in blue and white and accented with lots of seashells and candles.
From the bride: I loved how close and caring it was, and how I felt completely comfortable with every person invited. I loved my handmade centerpieces. Each table was different. The chuppah and wine glass were extremely special to me. I made the chuppah with my mother and the wine glass was from my dad’s Bar Mitzvah.
Hardly any decor was required with such a spectacular view of the New York City skyline serving as a backdrop.
The couple shares wine from their heirloom Kiddush cup.
The guests blow bubbles as the couple exits.
Each guest receives a personalized favor tagged with their name.
The wedding cake showcases the beach theme with a wavy blue design and an elegant glass topper.
Arianna and Tyler share their first dance as husband and wife while their guests cheer them on.
Everyone lets loose a bit as the party gets underway.
Mazel Tov to Arianna and Tyler! Thanks for sharing your beautiful day with us.
Restaurant: The Crabhouse