Marisa + Bryan: Purple and Vintage Lace

This elegant tent wedding is highlighted by impressive purple floral arrangements and a vintage lace wedding gown that just hugs the bride’s figure so perfectly. With purple shoes, a birdcage veil and an incredibly romantic rustic looking ceremony arbor, you can’t help but swoon over every last detail.

Oh, and check out that engagement ring. Wow!

Marisa Hehman and Bryan Frackman were married on July 09, 2011 in Rye, New York, United States.

Big thank you to Jayd Gardina Photography for submitting these photos, and I wish the new Mr. and Mrs. Frackman years of wedded bliss and happiness!

Happy weddings!

Photographer: Jayd Gardina Photography
Hair Stylist: Styles on B
Caterer: Corner Stone Caterers
Floral Designer: Carolyn Dempsey Design
Musicians: Venus Ensembles
Reception Venue: Wainwright House
Invitation Designer: Foglio Press
Cinema and Video: Knowles Video
Dress Store: Bridal and Formal
Dress Designer: Marisa Bridal Gowns
Other: Tranquility Has No Boundaries
Band: Starlight Orchestras and Productions
Makeup Artist: EM.b Beauty
Shoes: Aruna Seth
Jewelry: Little King Ltd
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Joseph A. Bank

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