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.
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.