Small weddings have become the new trend since 2020. They’re more intimate, easier to organize, and cheaper; a small revolution for the wedding industry. Following that trend Naomi and Klaire, an iconic LGBTQ Brooklyn couple, chose to organize their micro wedding at a restaurant in Williamsburg last Fall.
An Iconic Gay Couple and Wedding
Naomi and Klaire live in Brooklyn and have been together for four years. They have a quirky style and wanted pictures that would convey it. They were in for all my crazy ideas which included taking photos at the laundromat and on Naomi’s skateboard.
I loved that Naomi went full rock’n’roll bride with her leather jacket and her white boots. Klaire was classy yet edgy with their velvet green costume. Cherry on the cake, they brought a disco ball to their wedding for fun photo opportunities. Definitely one of the most unique couples I ever had to shoot!
The small ceremony took place on the patio of restaurant Tuffet in Williamsburg. The florist, Yellow Bow Florals, decorated the patio with gorgeous, Fall colored flower arrangements. A mix of white, light pink and red roses, orange carnations and dried pampas grass; it looked absolutely stunning.
The Best Brooklyn Wedding Vendors
What is key when planning a micro wedding in Brooklyn is to have a strong team, and that’s exactly what Naomi and Klaire surrounded themselves with.
On top of their florist, their planner Marian Frances chose the ideal venue, and ensured that everything went smoothly throughout the day. Their graphic designer Sarah Chow Design made their invitations and a custom guest book with drawings of Naomi and Klaire, where everyone could leave a note in. Everything was so well thought out and personalized.
If there was an award of the most fun LGBTQ Brooklyn wedding of the year, these two would 100% win it 🙂