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BROOKLYN WEDDING IN JULY

July, 2011 in Brooklyn
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Ceremony: Ceremony Location, Entrance to the Promenade
Reception: Bubby's Restaurant

Decorations Vendor:

Bona Angela Designs

Brooklyn, NY, USA

"They have a huge selection of paper lanterns to work with any color scheme. Very professional and easy to work with!"

Hair Salon:

Woodley and Bunny Salon

196 N. 10th St.
(b/t Bedford Ave and Driggs Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11211

"On the expensive side, but they did great work! Jennipher works wonderfully with curly hair, and mine came out just how I had pictured. All of my bridesmaids also had their hair done, and were happy with how it turned out. They even served us fresh fruit and champagne!"

Ceremony:

Ceremony Location, Entrance to the Promenade - Ceremony -

Ceremony Location, Entrance to the Promenade

"Great affordable option (cost of a permit through the parks department) for a ceremony location. Must have a back-up plan, of course, in case of rain, but you can't beat the view! It can be a little loud since the BQE runs underneath the promenade, and you must be comfortable with having a public ceremony (we had a ton of people watching our ceremony from the sidewalk above). Other than that, it worked out really well."

Reception:

Bubby's Brooklyn - Reception - 1 Main St, Brooklyn, NY, 11201, US

Bubby's Restaurant

1 Main St
Brooklyn, New York, United States

"We absolutely loved Bubby's!! It had such a fun, laid-back feeling, while still providing great service and delicious food! The open feeling of the restaurant works perfectly for a wedding and encourages a lot of mingling. We had about 140 guests, which was a lot for their downstairs, but the coziness was exactly what we had hoped for."

Hotel:

Andaz Wall Street

75 Wall Street
New York, NY, United States

Hotel:

Best Western Seaport Inn Downtown

33 Peck Slip
New York, NY, United States

Hotel:

Hampton Inn Manhattan-Seaport-Financial District

320 Pearl Street
New York, NY, United States

Hotel:

N U Hotel - Hotel - 85 Smith Street, Brooklyn, NY, United States

N U Hotel

85 Smith Street
Brooklyn, New York, United States

Hotel:

New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge - Hotel - 333 Adams Street, Brooklyn , NY, 11201, USA

New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge

333 Adams Street
Brooklyn, NY, United States

Hotel:

Sheraton Brooklyn New York - Hotel - 228 Duffield St, Brooklyn, NY, 11201

Sheraton Brooklyn New York

228 Duffield Street
New York, NY, United States

"All of our guests who stayed here had nothing but good feedback to give us. The rooms aren't huge, but by NY standards, they were larger than average. Also, they have a pool and gym, and provide free breakfast in the mornings."

Hotel:

The W New York Hotel - Downtown

123 Washington Street
New York, NY, United States

Restaurant:

Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory - Restaurant - 2 Cadman Place West, New York, NY, United States

Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory

"Yum Yum!"

Restaurant:

Grimaldi's Pizzeria - Restaurant - 19 Old Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY, 11201

Grimaldi's Pizzeria

"Famous NY Pizza Restaurant. And yes, the pizza is actually THAT good! Beware of long lines to get in, however."

Restaurant:

Restaurants/Bars/Shops

"If you're looking for a good place to eat/shop, Smith St. has many restaurants and bars as well as cute shops to pop into. Walk on Smith between Atlantic Ave and Union St. and you're sure to fill your afternoon with hours of entertainment."

Restaurant:

Starbucks

Attraction:

Brooklyn Bridge - Attraction - Brooklyn Bridge, New York, NY, USA

Brooklyn Bridge

"We highly recommend talking a walk across the bridge while you're here. There are great views from here and it's a lot of fun! A definite must!"

Attraction:

Entrance to the Promenade

"The Brooklyn Heights Promenade begins/ends here and goes all the way down to the other end, where the ceremony is taking place. There are exit points along the way, but it's worth walking the entire length of it just for the gorgeous views of Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty, and many of the city's bridges"

Attraction:

South Street Seaport

"There are tons of seafood restaurants and fun shops here. Take the 2/3 train to Fulton St and walk toward the water."

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