I am so thrilled to share Jenna and Emily's wedding with you! These two New York City babes planned a wedding that honored their unique love by choosing a host of vendors who make giving back a part of their business model.
Jenna and Emily said their I do's at the Housing Works Bookstore Cafe in Manhattan. In addition to being a super hip and intimate space to hold a wedding ceremony, Housing Works donates 100% of all proceeds to benefit homeless people living with HIV/AIDS.
Their celebration was planned by Modern Rebel, which gives a portion of their profits to a non-profit organization of the couples' choice, and we at Tallulah Ketubahs are proud to donate a portion of sales to the American Refugee Committee and Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America.
Their winter wedding was warmly photographed by Sarah Williams of This Rad Love. I especially love the colorful murals these two beauties posed in front of for their couples shots!
Both brides wore custom gowns on their big day. Emily's sleeveless mermaid gown was designed by Shareen Bridal, and Jenna's tea-length dress was created by inclusive designer Anomalie.
Jenna and Emily chose our Live Oak Tree design for their ketubah. We love how happy and relaxed they look during their signing.
Thank you so much, Emily and Jenna, for sharing your beautiful wedding photos with us! We hope your lives together are filled with love, joy, and laughter!
Photography - Sarah Lee Williams for This Rad Love
Venue/caterer - Housing Works Bookstore
Wedding planner - Modern Rebel
Hair & Make-Up - MG Hair + Make-Up
Emily's Dress - Shareen Bridal
Jenna's Dress - Anomalie