And the bride wore...GOLD! And a stunning, gold Pnina Tornai dress at that! Hanna and Jimm said their 'I Do's' at The Kaaterskill, a family farm that they visit each year, which felt just like home surrounded by family and friends, horse pastures and beautiful backdrops. The bride's dramatic dress mixed with an array of colorful florals by Saipua made for the perfect pair and Karen Wise Photography captured it beautifully! Take a look and see why this wedding has us ready for fall and be sure to check out their gorgeous hand-painted wedding cake! From Karen Wise Photography...Hanna and Jimm loved the idea of having getting married at The Kaaterskill because they travel to the property, owned by Jimm’s cousins, for family holidays and other escapes throughout the year.An inn, pond, 15 acres of wooded land, horse pastures, and an array of animals comprise the estate. What’s more? Although dozens of weddings are held there annually, Hanna and Jimm were the first in the family to book the Upstate New York property for their big day…Hanna envisioned herself in a colored gown before her first shopping trip. Since it was likely to be the most extravagant dress I’d ever buy, I wasn’t going to limit myself to only white, says the bride. She admits this gold satin dress that she snagged at a Kleinfeld sample sale was a tad dramatic for her “farm wedding,” but she says, “it made me smile.”She admits this gold satin dress that she snagged at a Kleinfeld sample sale was a tad dramatic for her “farm wedding,” but she says, “it made me smile.”Hanna went traditional with her custom veil—"a single layer, off-white, cathedral-length beauty.” – A quote from the bride.
Photographer: Karen Wise Photography | Floral Design: Saipua | Wedding Dress: Pnina Tornai | Ceremony Venue: The Kaaterskill | Reception Venue: The Kaaterskill | Shoes: Badgley Mischka | Catering: Sonnier + Castle | Makeup and Hair: SB Beauty | Band: The Lowdown Stoppers | Groom's Suit: Michael Andrews Bespoke | Bridal Boutique: Kleinfeld Bridal | Film Lab: Chelsea Photographic