A Brooklyn Wedding With A 1920s Dress Code

Nari and Sam’s soiree wedding brought together diverse themes like roaring 20s style, with equal doses of  Korean wedding traditions and alternative Brooklyn flair. After the outdoor ceremony in Brooklyn’s Empire Fulton Ferry State Park, costumed guests marched to music by Michael Arnella and His Dreamland Orchestra to Smack Mellon Gallery for a swinging reception. As a producer for foodie shows (like Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations!), Nari knows good eats and chose to mix a traditional Korean noodle banquet with selections from Hill Country BBQ. Lucky guests were then given tastes of the groom’s parents homemade wine as favors! The bride designed her own vintage gown and made her headpiece, bouquet and invites. Just look at the photos of the day from Dave Robbins Photography and you’ll see how unique this wedding is!

Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog

Photo: Dave Robbins Photography // Featured: The Knot BlogFrom the album: A Dramatic Black and White Wedding in Brooklyn, NY

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Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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