Sometimes as a wedding blogger, I come across something so perfect it's hard to put into words (a real problem if that's your job). When I saw Megan and Josh's wedding photos from Oh Darling!, I am going to cheese it up a little but saying I swooned. I actually swooned. I almost asked for the smelling salts.
It should be noted at this time that I am in love with Oh Darling!'s photography. Comprised of the husband and wife team Dustin and Whitney, these two really know how to capture the life and styles of NYC. For real, take a peek at their blog and see what I mean. Here's what they had to say about Megan and Josh's wedding:
This one just owned it – from start to finish. Josh is from Tennessee, Megan from Massachusetts, and they brought their families together in Brooklyn for a small ceremony and reception at the swinging Frankie’s Spuntino in Carroll Gardens. We’ve been really lucky to work with a lot of amazing couples this year and Josh and Megan are so included in those ranks its not even funny. They’re so good to and for each other – and quite honestly they’ve been pretty great to us too (including Josh – who is in real estate – helping us find a new place to live that we really dig). Oh, and folks — if you need a sincerely swanky, authentic jazz-age orchestra for anything in your life - Michael Arenella and His Dreamland Orchestra are doing it right. For serious.
The next evening, Josh and Megan celebrated southern-style with an extended group of guests at the Commonwealth Bar in Park Slope..including Memphis-style barbecue and more than a fair share of goood brews. And if all of this didn’t already amount to one of the best weekends we’ve had in Brooklyn so far, Josh topped off the weekend by having the Van Leeuwen Ice Cream truck stop by the bar for treats..on the house. Awesome families by the way – too much good stuff to write about..so we’ll just leave it at thanks!
I mean honestly, where do you even start? The dress? Megan's fuchsia Valentino shoes? The flippin' vintage Vespa? No, Dustin and Whitney were right; the photos speak for themselves. Enjoy!