At Brooklyn Bridge Park, the obvious joy of this couple was recorded by Photographer Robert Carlo. The NY transplants had looked at venues all over the world (from Fiji to Atlanta) before they decided on Brooklyn’s Deity Wedding Venue and could not have been happier with the choice.
Harpist, Brandee Younger provided a romantic ambience in Deity’s Loft for the exchange of Vows. The Bride says “To play the music that reminded us of our love during our Ceremony.” For Cocktail Hour, Deity mixologists crafted signature cocktails named for the couples’ hometowns. “The Elm” after Regina’s hometown of New Haven, CT aka Elm City. And “The Valley” after David’s hometown of Fort Valley, GA.
According to the couple, Deity’s in-house DJ Ben, did a great job playing the music they all enjoyed throughout the rest of the evening. The Wedding cake was made by Isabella’s Creations who Regina found on Instagram using the power of a hashtag. Videographer Sharif of ShariFilms as well as Robert of Robert Carlo Photography New York both did an amazing job of capturing the look and feel of the day. The end to a beautiful and perfect day.