i do: caitlin and joe

July 14th, 2013 | Posted by Hello Love in Style
Caitlin and Joe are beyond adorable. Their wedding was sent to us by their photographer, Lauren Volo of Lady Bird Weddings, and we couldn’t be more pleased to feature their amazing wedding. We were struck by how unique the dress was, the amazing family feel of the whole event and most of all, the OBVIOUS LOVE that these two share. We may or may not have teared up when going through these pictures…ok, ok – we did tear up. Check out the last photo, it’s almost impossible not to. So, without further ado, here’s the day Caitlin and Joe said “I do”, with an intro by the bride herself!
“Joe and I met in New York City.  On our first date we bought tongue tacos in the rain and ate them on a street corner.   It only felt right that we buy a hot dog in the rain on our wedding day…nothing says love like street meat. We decided to get married at Deity in downtown Brooklyn/Boerum Hill.  When looking for an affordable place to have our wedding we knew we wanted to avoid the typical hotel setting, but we also couldn’t spend a fortune on converting art spaces or renting out restaurants.  Deity was romantic and hip without being too over the top.  The space was already cool and interesting.  All we needed to do was fill it with our friends an family. Getting married in Brooklyn also allowed us to use the city as a backdrop for our wedding.  The wedding party grabbed umbrellas, braved the wind and hit the streets to capture some of what we all love about living here.  We wandered for several blocks and took some time to really enjoy the unique, exciting landscape of Brooklyn. I had very few expectations when I started planning my wedding, it was never something I’d imagined before.  However, after having the most wonderful day I can say it exceeded any expectation I could have had.  It was exciting, fun and so full of love.”   ~Caitlin










Photographer: Lady Bird Weddings// Flowers: Ultima Florist  // Hair and Makeup: Jenna Drudi// Music: DJ Trauma  // Venue and Catering: Deity NYC



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