Kleinfeld Love Stories


Lauren & Marc

About the Proposal

Engaged:

November 12, 2017

Marc and Lauren had their first date in Hoboken, New Jersey. The couple met online when Lauren was living in NYC and Marc was living in New Jersey therefore Hoboken was the middle point between them. Little did they know Hoboken would become their future home and engagement location. The morning of November 12th, Lauren woke up to a note on her bedside table that said put on your best dress and meet me at the Path station a 3PM. It also detailed out a few appointments to Drybar and Paintbox for Lauren to get her hair and nails done. Lauren met Marc at the path station and he picked her up just like he did on their first date. They walked the waterfront until they arrived at a small pier where the couple had their first kiss two and a half years prior. It was there that Marc took out a note written on the same paper he had written many love notes on before. He read out the ultimate love note followed by getting down on one knee. The moment was captured by a wonderful friend and the rest is history! The couple now lives in Hoboken together.

About the Dress

Kleinfeld Consultant:

Rita Delgado

Lauren chose a Lazaro bridal strapless blush sparkle gown (style 3810).

Lauren worked with the Kleinfeld alteration team to add off the shoulder sleeves to her dress for the ceremony that could be removed for the reception.

Lauren worked with Kleinfeld to create a custom belt and embellishment by Blossom to match her blush gown.

Lauren’s veil was a Pnina Tornai cathedral sparkle veil from Kleinfeld

About the Wedding

Married:

October 12, 2018  //  

Location:

Leonard, Texas   //  

Venue:

The Grand Ivory

The wedding took place in Dallas, Texas where Lauren grew up. It was a lifelong dream for her to get married in Texas and made the wedding a fun destination for the couples friends and family. The theme of the wedding was vintage fairytale and the event was truly magical! The ceremony began at 4 PM with the couple exchanging vows in front of their friends and family. After the ceremony, a mariachi band lead the guests to cocktail hour where they enjoyed passed margaritas and made to order tacos, a nod to the brides Mexican heritage. After cocktail hour, guests were seated to dinner which was served station style.  After dinner, the cocktail porch was re imagined with a cotton candy machine, mirror photo booth, and a BBQ food truck to give guests a true Texas experience! Guests enjoyed a donut wall and candy bar in addition to the beautiful cake which included a Tardis cake a nod to Dr. Who, one of the grooms favorite shows. The night ended with a private last dance, a sparkler exit, and a beautiful white Rolls Royce.

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