Styled Shoot: Oz, the Great and Powerful Part 3: Hitched!
The Wythe Hotel has their own in house catering and pastry chefs, so we worked with them on the little treats for the table and the cake. We couldn't have been more delighted when we saw what they created! Gold doughnuts?! A malachite inspired cake with a gold tree stand?! Just stunning.
A little info on the Wythe for you:
The shoot was done in the Main Event Hall of Wythe Hotel, which opened in 2012 on the Williamsburg waterfront in Brooklyn, New York. Originally built as a cooperage in 1901, Wythe features many beautifully preserved details of the building’s industrial character – including original pine beams, masonry, arched windows and cast-iron columns. The Main Event Hall can host up to 250 guests, and can be used for both seated dinners and cocktail receptions. All catering is done in-house through Reynard, Andrew Tarlow's ground-floor restaurant. The menu, from Chef Sean Rembold, features seasonal, market-driven local American fare. There are also additional venues in the hotel available for private events - a private dining room, the hotel's loft suites, as well as an outdoor courtyard.
Models: Melissa Ramirez & Parker Krug
Photographer: Chellise Michael (http://www.chellisemichaelphotography.com/) and assistant Daniel Orren
Videographer: Courtney Arcese (lovebrainfilms.com)
Venue: Wythe Hotel (Marisa Pellicci, Wedding Sales manager) (www.wythehotel.com)
Barn Table: Broadway Party Rentals (http://www.broadwaypartyrentals.com/)
Wedding Planner: Tamra Sanford (everswoon.com)
Wedding dresses: Rebecca Schone (http://www.schonedesign.com/)
Accessories and Wardrobe styling: hushedCOMMOTION (hushedcommotion.com)
Stationary: Fourteen-Forty (www.1440nyc.com)
Flowers and Prop design: G! Designs (http://gabriellearonas.com/)
Make Up: Face the Day NY (www.facethedayny.com)
Hair: Eve Whittington (www.evewhittingtonandcompany.com)
Bar cart and vintage props: Society Social (shopsocietysocial.com)
Pastries and cake: Wythe Hotel in house catering, chef Erin Kanagy-Loux