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Rachel and John's winter wedding at the University Club of New York sparkles with timeless sophistication. The couple exchanged vows under our Arched Chrysanthemum chuppah, complemented by elegant florals by Verde Flowers. Olli Studio Photography captured every moment of this beautiful evening.
Now here's a bride a groom with impeccable style! Emily and Max married at the Detroit Institute of Arts last Spring. We shipped the Chrysanthemum Chuppah to the museum and a couple of Emily's relatives assembled it. It looks absolutely stunning in the grand hall of the museum. This wedding, including the first image here, was featured in the Winter 2016 issue of Martha Stewart Weddings.
These wedding images by Rebecca Yale Photography are some of my all time favorites. Please visit her website to see the complete portfolio.
These videos are so fun to watch, and you can also see what a great job the couples did with the assemblies and how the chuppahs look in action. All of our chuppahs travel well and have easy DIY assemblies.
Melissa and Ryan married at the C21 Hotel in Louisville, KY under the Modern Lace Chuppah. The couple picked up the chuppah from our studio in Brooklyn and shipped it back to us from the hotel. (Click on the photo to see the video)
Tanika and Brian married in Montreal, Canada under the Arched Chrysanthemum Chuppah. The couple picked up the chuppah from our Brooklyn studio and drove to Montreal. (click on the photo see the video)
I look forward to sharing more wedding videos soon!
The photos of this beautiful 2014 summer wedding at Brooklyn Botanical Gardens make me so eager for the coming season! The Arched Chrysanthemum chuppah in the soft afternoon light, with garden greenery, bright florals and flowing colorful dresses, all together create a feel of easy vintage romance. Photography by Ryan and Heidi of Forged in the North, florals by Molly Oliver Flowers.
As a contemporary artist, there are few greater joys than exhibiting in a contemporary art museum. What a thrill it was to install my work in the clean white Sky Room gallery at the New Museum for this downtown summer wedding. The experience connected my art practice to Chuppah Studio in a way it hasn’t before, and it was a truly special day for me. Sophia Negron Photography captured the ceremony under the Chrysanthemum chuppah, as well as all of the gorgeous moments.
So many clients love our handheld chuppahs because they are pretty, affordable, lightweight, and easy to set up. This year many couples marrying outside the NYC area asked me how to make the handheld chuppahs hands-free. We now offer pole mounts for indoor or outdoor set up on hard ground. Just follow these easy instructions. You provide the bricks, and we’ll provide the mounts, screws, wood, and fabric. And for a hands-free set up on a lawn, the poles can be staked into the ground.
How beautiful is this couple under the Arched Chrysanthemum Handheld chuppah at the ultra hip Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg, Brooklyn? I love how the satin canopy looks against the red bricks and warm lighting. The effect is soft and intimate, yet still distinctly urban. Sara and Seth’s wedding was just featured on Style Me Pretty. Check out all of their gorgeous photos by Elizabeth + Rich Photography, here: http://www.stylemepretty.com/2014/10/29/whimsical-brooklyn-wedding-at-the-wythe-hotel-2/