Amelia and Max wanted to get married near where Max grew up in Park Slope. Their industrial venue was the perfect fit for their warm, urban wedding complete with lavish florals and fun details. They decided to get married in November because as Amelia joked, "We would prefer to expect bad weather rather than worry about it." After a beautiful Jewish ceremony, the venue was converted into a sophisticated reception space and then an epic dance party.

Thank you to Levi Stolove for sharing this gorgeous event with us!

groom holds bride in fur stole

Our Favorite Things:

  • The amazing floral centerpieces at the reception
  • The beautiful chuppah that transformed the industrial chic space
  • The tray filled with cigars for guests to enjoy outside the waterfront venue

bridal party getting ready
bride and dad practice their dance
groomsmen helping groom with bow tie
groomsmen drinking coffee and whiskey
dramatic bridal bouquet with anemones, peonies, and roses
bride and groom pose outside warehouse venue on waterfront
small floral boutonniere
bride walks down aisle with parents
groom under chuppah watches bride walk down aisle
elegant jewish ceremony under chuppah
modern wedding party in mismatched dresses
waterfront view from venue with candles inside
large centerpiece next to escort cards
centerpiece with dark jewel tone flowers and gold chargers
pretty floral centerpieces with anemones and viburnum berries
romantic lighting at urban loft reception
couple smiles during reception toasts
MOH holds tray with cigars
guests smoke cigars outside loft venue

Photography: Levi Stolove | Venue: The Liberty Warehouse | Florals: Nicolette Camille | Dress: Ulla-Maija | Shoes: Chanel | Makeup: William Murphy | Tuxedo: Ralph Lauren | Officiant: Rabbi Marc Katz