Friday, March 9, 2018

A Twist on the Traditional Invitation Suite

For this wedding’s custom paper suite, we paired a traditional white and gold color scheme with an out-of-the-box shape and a touch of soft pink. The gold foil stamping kept it classic, while the die-cut reception card and belly band gave the paperie a little extra pizzazz. And of course the couple’s monogram made for a sophisticated focal point of the invitation and event day stationery.

Photo: Cava Weddings

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Event Spotlight: Butterflies and Blossoming Branches at The Plaza

It’s always a good party at The Plaza! Last fall, we had the pleasure of working with the sweetest couple on a wedding full of glitz, glamour and lots of pink. We added to the beauty of the Terrace Room by bringing in candles and lush greenery as well as hanging crystals and delicate origami butterflies from the ceremony arch. The theme fluttered into the reception, where guests found their seats with intricate butterfly place cards and danced all night long on a custom butterfly-adorned dance floor. Blossoming branch centerpieces, textured pink linens and floating candles provided the perfect finishing touches to this elegant affair.

Photo: Dennis Kwan Weddings

Photo: Dennis Kwan Weddings
Photo: Dennis Kwan Weddings

Venue and Catering: The Plaza | Lighting: Bentley Meeker | Rentals: Luxe Event Rentals, Party Rental Ltd. | Dance Floor: HITECH Events | Photo: Dennis Kwan Weddings | Video: Elysium Productions | Music: Elan Artists | Cake: Ron Ben-Israel Cakes | Flowers, Decor and Planning: Lindsay Landman Events

Thursday, March 1, 2018

In the News

What a thrill to be featured in the press at home and abroad last month! Brides Today, one of India’s premier bridal magazines, highlighted Lindsay’s tips for bringing a touch of New York to weddings around the globe. She also shared suggestions for personalizing guests’ place settings with thoughtful details. Meanwhile, newly launched event planning website PartySlate named LLE one of the top event planning companies in New York City. It was truly an honor to be featured alongside so many talented wedding industry professionals.

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Event Spotlight: A Jewel-Toned Wedding at Weylin

While we’re wishing for warmer temps, let’s flash back to this lovely spring wedding at Weylin in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The happy couple walked down the aisle, which was flanked by floating orchids and candles, to a stunning, floral-covered chuppah. The bride and groom exchanged vows in front of more than 200 family and friends before the room was transformed for a night of glitz and glamour. The candlelit tables with jewel-toned flower arrangements and gold accents were the perfect complement to the bank-turned-event space’s gilded domes and intricate mosaics. The high-energy crowd hit the dance floor to the tunes of The Hudson Project Band and ended the evening with one of the couple’s favorite desserts, Momofuku’s famous funfetti cake.

Photo: Maya Myers Photography

Photo: Kat Harris Photography

Photo: Maya Myers Photography
Venue: Weylin | Catering: Abigail Kirsch Catering | Lighting: Bestek | Rentals: Luxe Event Rentals, Party Rental Ltd. | Photo: Maya Myers Photography | Video: 15 Minutes of Frame Videography | Music: Elan Artists | Flowers, Decor and Planning: Lindsay Landman Events

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Engage!17 Recap

Last month, Lindsay was honored to share her big ideas on the Engage!17 stage at Nizuc Resort and Spa in Cancun, Mexico.  Amongst a crowd of 350 luxury wedding industry peers, Lindsay spoke candidly about her personal strategies for combatting the Impostor Syndrome. She encouraged attendees to own their successes by finding ways to objectively evaluate their accomplishments, eliminating the reliance on luck to explain good (or bad) fortune and blocking out the noise to focus on personal growth and strengths. Taking a cue from Eleanor Roosevelt, Lindsay left guests with the message that “no one can make you feel inferior without your consent” — a personal mantra and her daily affirmation.

Photo: Genevieve de Manio Photography