For Emily and Nunzio's July wedding they wanted to channel a style that was both mid-century and new modern, with a non-traditional flair. The Art Factory in Paterson, NJ was the perfect venue for their alternative wedding day! While they favored candid moments, they wanted it to feel editorial by embracing the textured surfaces of this re-imagined silk factory. Each floor has so much character on its own between the weathered floors, exposed brick, and varying paint colors on the walls. With plenty of string lighting covering the space, there's a minimal and industrial quality that’s perfect for a warehouse style wedding.
The couple described their vibe as a unique combination of saturated and tropical hues, aged surfaces, Afro-Latin and Italian influences with vintage details. The couple ordered their flowers from FiftyFlowers and DIYed their own tropical floral arrangements. While they incorporated several vibrant pops of color, the rest of the scheme was black and white. The bridesmaids dressed in white shift dresses (Who said the bride is still the only one who can wear white?!) and the groomsmen wore gray linen suits, indulging in the South American theme.
While shooting their wedding, The Fox & The Hare Photography fell in love with the newlyweds and their dedication to their family and roots. "There's something really special about a wedding day when you make it something that’s so very uniquely your own and represents your heritage, your love, and the direction you’re headed in together."