March, 2010

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Ira Lippke, of Ira Lippke Studios, & Andrea Codrington Lippke are excited to announce their first joint project together which has recently been published!

Their work has been featured in a two page spread starting on the front page of the New York Times' Home & Garden section.

Congratulations Ira & Andrea!

To view the spread click HERE

 

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Terrified of being a disaster on the dance floor at your wedding? Gabriella Barnstone, creator of MatriMonyMony, New York's original wedding-dance choreography company, ensures that guests will remember your moment-for all the right reasons. You pick the song; she'll make the dance. It's your opportunity to rock the reception! The idea is simple.

Hamptons Wedding Affair Teaser

On February 21st the hottest thing to hit The Hamptons bridal scene will be WellWed Magazine's The Hamptons Wedding Affair. This must see event promises to include the very best florists, photographers, caterers and more! Now tickets to this fantastic event can be yours for FREE!

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Make sure to take advantage of Coren Moore's Spring Promotion!

Coren Moore is offering 15% off on all orders placed by April 30th, 2010. Orders of 8 or more of the SAME style will receive 18% off! All orders will ship by August 2nd, 2010.

Discount only applies to bridesmaid dresses. Bridal gowns, Junior and Flower Girl dresses, and Accessories are excluded. Not to be combined with any other discount.

Please email nyc@corenmoore.com to place your order - or call 212.731.2017 for more information.

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These days it seems like more & more brides are becoming interested in the concept of the vintage bird cage veil.

To indulge & inspire the brides looking to create this look for their own special day, Stacy, of Stacy K Floral, shares with us her DIY party for this aspect of her own wedding just this past May, featured on page 55 in the S/S 10 issue of WellWed Magazine in New York.

When Alexandra Nee first met Joseph Donaldson, she wasn’t interested in knowing much more than how he took his coffee. Joe was a frequent diner at the breakfast café where Alexandra worked for a few summers, and though he seemed like a perfectly nice guy, it wasn’t until years later, when Alexandra’s uncle reintroduced them, that Alexandra and Joe really connected. They had a dinner date, and then another dinner date, and before they knew it, they were in a serious relationship. Apparently, the timing was finally right, and from that moment on, they were a couple.

When Dave Miller proposed to Dana LeVine, their pet dog, Calhoun, came over to check out the action. Calhoun had been racing up and down the beach at Ocracoke Island in North Carolina when Dave bent over to pick up a shell in the sand. Wrapped around the shell was an engagement ring. He dropped to one knee, and Calhoun came running over and sat expectantly beside them, as though waiting to hear what Dana would say. When Dana said yes, Calhoun scampered off again, satisfied.

It took several months and time in four different states for Nicole Pellegrino to realize that she had way more than a crush on Jonathan Dulfon.

For Colleen O’Keefe and James Rybakoff, their home in Quogue really is a house of dreams.

James’ Hamptons home wasn’t much more than a construction site when he started dating Colleen in the fall of 2004, but that didn’t keep him from bringing Colleen with him to walk around the house, imagining the life they’d have there.