But I also bugged Naomi for details. Here's what she emailed me:
As far as details go, we knew we wanted a more intimate dinner celebration with family and a few close friends in Utah the weekend prior to the wedding in NYC. So we chose an old barn on a pond in Mapleton, Utah for the dinner location. Ruby River Steak House catered and we had a more old fashioned steak dinner with cupcakes for dessert.
After weeks of looking for the perfect vintage wedding gown I randomly found IT in the basement of a little bridal shop in Lehi, Utah when I was in town from NYC for a quick weekend trip of planning. The owner had kept it from a display window she had in the 70's for her granddaughters to someday play dress up with. It was like a fairy tale, too-- It had never been worn, fit perfectly, didn't need any alterations and was a steal of a price. It was bliss!
Other than that, my husband Josh is always wearing the craziest of socks. So I felt the need to compete a little with something on my feet (thus the bright blue moccasins...)
My husband and I met while in school in NY (him- Columbia, me-Juilliard), became the best of friends before we realized we were in love. Anyway, a year and half after the big day (06-19-2007) we still live here in NYC and are happy as ever.
Hooray for love! And nyc girls who throw parties in big open spaces.
Photos by Leo Patrone