Today's modern day Bonnie and Clyde wedding is beyond beyond. The bride, Heather, is jaw droppingly beautiful and has one of those contagious smiles that you just can't help but grin along with. The groom Bradley Cooper...oh I'm sorry, I mean Brian (but seriously though...don't you think he could be Bradley's long lost brother?). Let's just say these two are picture perfect and their wedding is nothing short of the same. We love the speakeasy throwbacks and industrial styling sprinkled in throughout their entire day. A big thanks to the talented group over at Zorz Studios for sharing this amazing wedding with us.
Brian and Heather worked in insurance for the same big company but never actually ran into each other in the building. They finally met each other out at a company sponsored event, after which point became inseparable.
The day of their wedding, Brian gifted Heather a locket with a picture inside of her mom and her. Her mother had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's a few years ago and was physically not able to attend the wedding and this was extremely difficult for the bride.
Heather's favorite memory from the day - "The rabbi read our vows of why we wanted to marry each other, the touching vows Brian wrote brought me to tears and my favorite part during the ceremony was when Brian reached over to wipe my tears away," says Heather. "I am Jewish and Brian Protestant, so we decided to fuse our backgrounds by incorporating an Irish 'hand-fasting' and a stomping of the glass, both beautiful traditions and incredibly sentimental."
For the ceremony, Heather wore a gorgeous lace mermaid gown which she found at The Bridal Garden, a not-for-profit bridal boutique in New York City in which all proceeds benefit education for disadvantaged children. "It was awesome to know my purchase went to such a terrific cause! I bought it off the rack and it fit me almost perfectly!" says the bride.
The couple fell in love with The Green Building for its effortlessly beautiful interior and the vintage flair. The Green Building was previously a brass foundry and has beautiful original brick walls, exposed beam ceilings, gold chandeliers, and even a back speakeasy room equipped with vintage decor and red velvet curtains.