Most of our Blue Hill at Stone Barns weddings range from 150-220 guests, but sometimes we get to plan an intimate celebration and it is small enough to fit in the main dining room in the restaurant. Which I absolutely adore! Michelle and Dmitri celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary with a vow renewal at Blue Hill in the fall. The restaurant is closed on Monday and Tuesdays, so it allows us to use the space for a special celebration on a Monday night after a holiday weekend!Read More
The time of year when the weather is just turning cooler and the leaves start changing is when Jennie and Travis decided to get married at beautiful Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Pocantico Hills, NY. They were based on the west coast, but couldn’t imagine their Blue Hill wedding without their beloved dog Turley, so he flew over with them!Read More
Carly and Bobby were married at St Jean Baptiste Roman Catholic Church and the reception followed at The Plaza Hotel. The gorgeous invitation suite from Fourteen Forty set the tone for this wedding with calligraphy details, hand drawn monogramme, navy ribbon wrap and a metallic gold wax seal with their initials.Read More
As the weather is starting to turn cooler in New York, I'm thinking back to this gorgeous autumn wedding at Blue Hill at Stone Barns. Sarna and Matthew were married on a crisp fall day at one of my favourite venues. Sarna wore a stunning vintage inspired beaded gown from Jenny Packham and fresh flowers in her hair.
Saipua designed the florals in a creamy white and soft blush palette with accents of deep pomegranate red. With an intimate wedding of 128 guests, we were able to setup the ceremony chairs in a circular fashion around the beautiful wild chuppah. It was an incredible feeling getting married to your love surrounded (literally) with all the people you care most about! I adored the ring box (made from legos by the ring bearer) and the embroidered cloth covering the table under the chuppah (a gift from a dear friend). Another friend officiated the wedding and it all made their ceremony feel so personal and special.
Sarna and Matthew found a day of the dead cake topper in a store selling Mexican art and it was a perfect nod to Matthew's heritage. The wedding cake from Blue Hill at Stone Barns was apple, crème fraiche, vanilla chiffon cake. All the food from Blue Hill was so beautifully presented, seasonal and delicious! Sean from 74 Events kept the dance floor packed all night and whole day was captured so timelessly by James at Judy Pak Studio. It was the perfect way for Sarna and Matthew to spend their Thanksgiving weekend celebrating with family and friends. I was so lucky to have been a part of it!
Published on Style Me Pretty
Event Planning: Ang Weddings and Events | Venue: Blue Hill at Stone Barns | Photography: James at Judy Pak Studio | Florals: Saipua | DJ: Sean at 74 Events | Invitations: Cynthia Hoffman | Hair and makeup: Noble Salon | Gown: Jenny Packham via Gabriella Bridal Salon | Day of Paperie: Lion in the Sun
Sara and Chris were looking for a bucolic venue not too far from the city, and they found that at Blue Hill at Stone Barns. They were able to host a wedding that felt elegant, seasonal, wild and autumnal. Sara was 6 months pregnant and wore an elegant silk gown with flower appliques from Elisabeth Fillmore. Chris wore a bespoke navy blue Martin Greenfield tuxedo. I loved the flower girl dresses from Isabel Garreton with the navy details. They looked so cute with their crowns incorporating porcelain berries!Read More