The Otto Kahn Mansion used to be a grand New York City residence, and is now an amazing, intimate wedding venue that retains its classic detailing.
Also classic was… everything. The bride wore a dreamy gown from Anne Barge, her mother’s sapphire earrings, and a vintage Cartier watch, and the groom wore an elegant tuxedo.
After their traditional Catholic ceremony, we took photos with their rescue dog before sending him home, and headed to Central Park for family portraits, wedding party portraits, and finally, couple photos. I was really impressed by one detail of the caterer, Feast & Fetes: they sent a waiter outside with a platter of snacks and drinks for the newlyweds.
After an incredible dinner, the bridesmaids piled on the stairs for a ladies-in-waiting classic pose, and then the couple danced until the end of the evening with their family and friends in the ballroom.
I absolutely loved working with Stephanie Gatton Events on this wedding!
planner Stephanie Gatton Events | florist TruFloral | invitation suite Minted, designed by the bride | catering and cake Feast & Fetes | rentals Party Rental Ltd. | cocktail hour music Reuben Allen of the Juilliard School | hotel Park Hyatt | gown Anne Barge, from Kleinfeld | bride’s watch Cartier, vintage | earrings, from the bride’s mother’s collection | bride’s engagement ring and wedding band Tiffany’s | hair and makeup Amanda Thesen | tuxedo and tie Brooks Brothers | groom’s wedding band Blue Nile | ceremony Church of the Blessed Sacrament | reception James Burden Mansion