Just your typical cool-kid wedding. New York It Girl, filmmaker, and vegan shoe designer Arden Wohl married artist Jonah Freeman over the weekend in a trendy ceremony in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. The pair said "I do" at the gorgeous Weylin, which also doubles as a NYC landmark (formerly known as the Williamsburgh Savings Bank building). From the dress to the event space, no detail was left untouched during this vintage-inspired wedding.
The bride donned a custom-made Zac Posen cream wedding dress, featuring a scoop neckline with lace floral detailing along the sleeves, and an A-line skirt. Wohl finished the look with a sweeping veil and pearl crown. Posen was also in attendance during the nuptials. The groom opted for a classic black suit.
Officiating the ceremony was singer and songwriter Eleanor Friedberger, who donned a cream tuxedo and floral crown. Mixed hues of white, light pink, yellow, and a bit of burgundy were seen in the bride's bouquet arrangement, which seemed to echo the floral décor at the altar.
"So happy to have made this magical gown for my friend's wedding!!" Posen captioned the stunning photo of Wohl. The bride shared the same photo to her Instagram and captioned, "Introducing Mrs. Wohl-Freeman."
The guest list was quite exclusive, because, of course. Nicky Hilton, Vogue’s Hamish Bowles, and socialites such as Tara Subkoff, Zani Gugelmann, Fabiola Beracasa Beckman, Stella Schnabel and Lauren Santo Domingo were said to have been in attendance. Other guests included Cory Kennedy, singer Adam Green, and contemporary artist Dustin Yellin.
Prior to the wedding, the bride hosted an intimate bridal shower with some of her closest girlfriends. What we loved most about the small celebration? Wohl's absolutely gorgeous flower crown, which was braided into her hair.
Even more interesting were the guests' shower gifts. Wohl's friend, Andrew Yes, created 54 cloth dolls of the bride. Wrapped inside the arms was a copy of The Lavender Leotard.
Congrats to the couple!