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08 - Handmade Happiness : Fresh & Fun Favors 12 - Real Love Story : Meghan & Kevin 17 - Shake Up Your Wedding Shower 18 - Groom’s Guide : Picking the Best of Them

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26 - Bridal Beauty : Rock Your Heritage 30 - The Art of the Little White Dress 34 - Six Stylish WNY Staycations 38 - A Wolf for Good Luck? 40 - Shine On : Bling for Every Bride 42 - Real Love Story : Amy & Tim 47 - Signature Sippin’ : Local Cocktail Recipes 58 - Wild & Free Floral Inspiration 60 - Real Love Story : Ashley & Courtney 66 - Handmade Happiness : Decked Out Desserts 68 - On the Scene : Highlights from Our Bridal Shows

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INTRODUCING

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Welcome to the second issue of With Love magazine, presented by Buffalo Indie Weddings! This issue also brings the exciting introduction of Rochester Indie Weddings! That’s right, we’re spreading the love to our sister city to the East, and we are definitely ready to ROC out! Through this magazine, our exciting blog, and fun bridal shows, we provide a fresh take on everything weddings and offer endless inspiration for creative brides and grooms across WNY! We seek out the most creative wedding professionals in Buffalo, Rochester and the surrounding areas and connect them with the hippest couples who refuse to settle for anything less than the best. We make planning your big day a total blast because we love what we do and so do our vendors! All of our members are passionate about their talents, specialize in unique services or handmade products, insist on putting their clients’ needs first, are LGBT friendly and are ready to rock your wedding! So, if you’re ready to breakaway from boring, and party with the best of WNY as you say “I do”, then you’re in the right spot!

Buffalo Indie Weddings & With Love magazine were created by Ali Eagen, owner of made by anatomy, and Erica Eichelkraut Zilbauer, owner of City Lights Studio. With Love is made possible through the collaboration and vision of graphic designer, Jodi Soper, owner of Anchored By Design!

Editor : Erica Eichelkraut Zilbauer

Editor : Ali Eagen

Designer : Jodi Soper

Contributors : Beauty : Elizabeth Dugan | Style : Kathryn Barbera DIY : Sarah Johengen | Event Planning : Syrie Roman-Legnon Men’s : Jon Eisenberg | Assistant : Cheryl Johnson


Advertiser Index

All Season Rentals ............................................................... 72 Anchored by Design ........................................................... 64 Bubbles & Berries Boudoir .............................................. 57 Buffalo Cake Pops ............................................................... 37 City Lights Studio ................................................................ 65

WNY’SS MOSTT UNIQUEE BRIDAL SHOWSS&&WEDDINGGMARKETPLACES!

CJ Sound ................................................................................... 2 Classic Events ........................................................................ 57 DiLusso Salon and Spa ....................................................... 10 Dual Print & Mail .................................................................. 57 Elizabeth Dugan Hairstylist & Makeup Artist ............ 25 Fairy Cakes Cupcakery ..................................................... 25 Fern Croft Floral ................................................................... 37 Graphic Poetry by Elizabeth Rose Designs ............... 10 Hannah Kathleen Photography ........................................ 11 Larkin Square ........................................................................ 56 Lloyd’s Catering .................................................................... 16 Lydia Maybee Photography ............................................ 46

Spring Bridal Show

Made By Anatomy .............................................................. 69 McCarthy Tents ...................................................................... 4 Osteria 166 ............................................................................... 16

Craas & Cocktails

Shea’s Performing Arts Center ...................................... 24 Skinny Kid Films ...................................................................... 11 Social Maven ......................................................................... 37

Fall Bridal Show

Sugar and Type ...................................................................... 16 The Mansion on Delaware Avenue ................................ 71 Wild Things ............................................................................ 36

WANT TO BECOME A MEMBER? Visit our website or email us! buffaloindieweddings.com/membership info@buffaloindieweddings.com

Meet WNY’s best wedding artisans at our creative cocktail parties and bridal events!

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From top left: Bangles and rings : Wild Things Half circle earrings : Trine Adornment Half circle and crystal necklace and Oxidized triangle earrings : Trine Adornment Angelica necklace, Bianca necklace, and Crescent necklace : Peg’s Hardware Rock slice drop earrings and Beveled copper earrings : Trine Adornment Jeweled bobby pins : Starlight Woods

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handmade and homegrown goodies for your guests!


“Thank You” Favor BAg What You’ll Need:

Fabric (8”x16”) / Vintage Ribbon (14”) / Scissors / Sewing Machine / Thread / Gold Transfer Paper / Iron

Iron 1/2” hem on each short end of fabric. Fold fabric in half lengthwise and sew up each side seam. Choose coordinating ribbon and sew to inside. Rub the transfer letters onto bag. Suggestions Use vintage pillowcases, dresses, napkins, tablecloths, anything to personalize your day! View More DIY inspiration on our website!

Hanging Orchid Display What You’ll Need:

Potted Orchid / Preserved Sheet Moss / Green Synthetic String

Lay out approximately 12” of sheet moss and moisten with water. Carefully remove orchid from pot and gently form roots, dirt and bark into a ball using your hands. Wrap formed ball with the wet sheet moss and use string to start securing the moss to the ball. Keep wrapping the string around the moss until the ball is secure. Use extra string to make a hanger being careful not to get in the way of the flowers.

Mini Pie Jars What You’ll Need:

6 Apples / 1 Cup Sugar / 1 TBSP Cinnamon / 1 Package Premade Pie Dough / 6 Small Mason Jars

Peel and chop apples into small pieces. Mix apples with sugar and cinnamon. Fill mason jars with apple mixture. Roll pie dough 1/8” thick. Cut in ¼” strips. Make lattice pattern with dough strips. Place on top of jars and cut excess dough off. Press down to make a seal onto the jar. Bake at 350° until golden brown, approximately 25 minutes. DIY Designs by Vintage Touch


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Real WNY Love Story


Married

June 22nd, 2013 at Meghan’s childhood home in East Aurora, followed by a reception at the Roycroft Power House.

Diy Elements

“The bridesmaids and I made the button bouquets and boutonnieres over the course of several months. Family and friends gave most of the buttons to me. I incorporated a few buttons given to me by my aunt that belonged to two of my great-grandmothers. Family has always been very important to me so having their buttons with me on my wedding day was very special. As our gift to the guests we decided to rent a vintage photobooth. The guests were encouraged to add strips of photos to our scrapbook as well as take them home for a keepsake.”


Vintage Inspiration

“Our inspiration was a combination of rustic and industrial motifs for the setting, incorporating vintage elements in the wardrobe and décor. I knew that I wanted a shorter dress that had a vintage feel, and Kevin wanted to keep his look simple and classic with a nice black suit with a gingham shirt and a slim black tie.”

Best Memories

“We decided to take photos at the house but also along historic Main Street in East Aurora, NY. We stopped at Vidlers and the Aurora Theatre. Unbeknownst to us, my parents had rented the marquee to celebrate the big day! We were so surprised and excited since both of us are huge movie buffs.”


Meghan & Kevin

Credits Photography : Brandon Lata Photography Officiant : Angela Cristantello Coordination : After Five Events Bride’s Dress, Veil, Belt : BHLDN Hair : Halo Salon Makeup : Casey Wark Wedding Bands : Lisa Hunter Jewelry Groom’s Suit : Banana Republic MOH and MOB Dress : made by anatomy Bouquets : Bride and Bridesmaids Clutches : Ticket Booth No. 92 Furniture Rental : All Seasons Rental Photo Booth : Original Photo Booth Rentals Cupcakes : Elm Street Bakery Cupcake Toppers : Foldable Me Wedding Stationery : Kevin John Gomez SUBMIT YOUR REAL LOVE STORY! buffaloindieweddings.com/submit

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Bring us to the party (or Bring the party to us.) B r i da l S h ow e r S r e h ear S a l d i n n e r S P oSt-w e d d i n g B ru n c h Bac h e lo r e t t e Part i e S

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Taco Trucks & Catering

Book the Truck It’s the big night. Your guests have been kickin’ it on the dance floor for the past two hours. They deserve some nourishment for all that effort. The Whole Shindig Did you know lloyd caters events? We do it all, from a traditional sit-down meal to whatever crazy concept you imagine. You can even show off with the truck itself.

Call us to discuss what we can do for your special day. (716) 863-9781 x103 whereslloyd.com


Ahh, the wedding shower… A big, pink luncheon with a stunning barrage of bad games and basket giveaways followed by awkwardly opening gifts for three hours straight… every bride’s dream, right?

We didn’t think so! Looking for tips on how to survive a traditional shower yourself? You won’t find them here! Looking for ways to shake things up as you celebrate with your girls? Keep reading!


A couple madly in love, enjoying the sunshine, rustic finger foods and the most important question of a lifetime!


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Design, Styling & Coordination : H&H Weddings Photographer : Jen Huang Photography Hair & Makeup : Sparks Hair Design Models : Derek Long & Cameron Hansel Paper Goods : Paper Bloom Studio

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Beauty Inspiration by Artist Elizabeth Dugan


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Photography : City Lights Studio EUROPEAN INSPIRED Model : Shelby Jenkins Flower Crown : E.P.H. Flower Crowns Spring Kiss Bronzer : Ferro Cosmetics

INDIAN INSPIRED Model : Pratyusha Jain Head piece : Franci Jewelry Henna : The Henna Salon

AFRICAN INSPIRED Model : Grace Modi Necklace : Vania and David

LATINO INSPIRED Model : Fidelia Radziwon Flower Crown : E.P.H. Flower Crowns Sea Salt Spray : Rare Rustic Crafts


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Entertain with elegance found in nature


Gold Mica Candles What You’ll Need:

Pillar Candles or Candlesticks / Craft Glue / Small Gold Mica Flakes / Paint Brush

Paint a thin layer of craft glue on a small area of the candle. Use tweezers or fingers to place mica on glue and press lightly to secure. Continue around candle until desired look. When dry, shake excess mica off candle. Suggestions For a nice, straight line, use painters tape around the candle. If the craft glue is too thick, water it down and use a paint brush. Ombre looks great on these candles! View More DIY inspiration on our website!

Hand-Dyed Napkins What You’ll Need:

Natural Muslin / Colorful Fruits and Vegetables / Salt / Large Pot

Pre-wash and pre-soak fabric. Chop food into small pieces. Add 8 cups water to 4 cups food. Boil for 1 hour and strain out food. Add 1/2 cup of salt. Dip pre-soaked fabric into dye to desired height. Gradually remove fabric from dye leaving the bottom in the longest for the ombre effect. Hand wash in cold water, hang to dry and iron if needed.

Driftwood Chandelier What You’ll Need:

Pieces of Driftwood / Embroidery Hoop / Thin Florist Wire / Lace Ribbon / Wildflowers / String / Glue / Paint

Use your creativity with this project! Choose a color that compliments your flowers, and paint the embroidery hoop. Once dry, use thin wire to wrap pieces of driftwood until secure and attach to embroidery hoop, making sure to balance the weight evenly. Once driftwood is attached, fill in blank areas by gluing lace to the inside of the hoop. For a fresh look, attach inverted wildflowers immediately before your event. DIY Designs by Vintage Touch


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No1 Hotel @ The Lafayette 391 Washington Street, Buffalo 716.853.1505

This landmark French Renaissance-style building was built in 1904, during Buffalo’s industrial heyday for the Pan-American Exposition. Today the Hotel @ The Lafayette is a mixed-use building, incorporating a boutique hotel, magnificent banquet rooms, a brewery, restaurants and apartments in the heart of downtown Buffalo. The hotel features 57 unique Pan-American themed rooms, with your choice of one or two-bedroom suites, mini-suites and bridal suites, each of which offer modern conveniences.

The vendors are booked, the dress is ready, the invitations have long-since been sent out… You’re almost at the finish line, but somehow, it feels like your to-do list is still swallowing you whole! A month before the wedding, the stress of all this planning is most likely in full-swing. You may be at the point where you just can’t wait for the big day to come so you can marry your sweetheart in front of everyone you love while simultaneously considering grabbing your passports and running full-speed towards a simple elopement far, far away!

This, darling, is the time to press pause, step back and indulge in our favorite new tradition : an engaged escape! Put all of the planning aside, pack a bag and prepare for a night or two with your fiancé to celebrate your upcoming nuptials. Sneak away to enjoy a staycation together, as you focus on bringing this whole thing back to the two of you. From boutique hotels to a glamping adventure, we’ve listed some great getaways near WNY for your escape! And trust us, even though you may be local still, all of your wedding-planning stress will feel very far away!

No2 The Foundry Suites 1738 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo 716.874.5400

Buffalo’s newest boutique, The Foundry Suites, is nestled between downtown and Kenmore right on Elmwood Avenue. The hotel presents 10 spacious boutique rooms, an ultra-cool lounge, sleek banquet areas and the hidden gem, a stunning courtyard for your late night cocktails or morning coffee.

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The Mansion on Delaware Avenue

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414 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo

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1150 Danby Road, Ithaca

716.886.3300

Located in downtown Buffalo, The Mansion on Delaware Avenue is a AAA Four Diamond award-winning historic boutique hotel that combines Second Empire architecture with modern elegance and comforts. With 24-hour butler service, The Mansion offers a truly unique hotel experience, from arranging an intimate dinner in your guest room or suite to providing complimentary downtown chauffeured transportation.

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Feeling adventurous but still want to keep things stylish? Head down to Ithaca and check out Firelight Camps, offering lush safari tents with hardwood floors, large beds, decor with worldly inspiration and private balconies. Unwind on the surrounding trails or in a hammock under the forest canopy as you reconnect with your sweetheart. With a bar, spa and restaurant on-site, you won’t be left to forage on this camping adventure.

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No4 The Inn on Broadway 26 Broadway St, Rochester 585.232.3595

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Located right off famous East Avenue in the center of Rochester, you’ll find the historical Inn on Broadway. Don’t miss this boutique hotel with a variety of rooms perfect for your escape. Treat yourself to one of the luxury suites complete with a king-sized feather bed, soaking tub, plush bath robes, hardwood floors and fireplace.

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No5 The Quiet Place 7527 Weiland Road, Bloomfield 585.657.4643

Looking for a secluded, private getaway? How about a beautiful cabin in the woods, to call all your own? The Quiet Place offers distinctive private vacation properties with all the ingredients for romance, rest and relaxation. Located in the picturesque Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York in the Bristol Hills just minutes from Canandaigua, Honeoye, Seneca, Cayuga and Keuka Lakes. Each rental offers unique features, including fire pits, saunas, full kitchens, private hiking trails and outdoor year-round hot tubs.

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Because at your event you should be carrying a drink, not a clipboard. Syrie Roman-Legnon syrie@socialmavenbuffalo.com Ph: 716.218.0491

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Clockwise from top left: Annalise shoe : Bella Belle Shoes Deco belt : made by anatomy Gold and floral sash : B in a Bonnet Rhinestone sash : White Ribbon Accents Pearl crown : Wild Things Spectateur headband : B In a bonnet Athena silver crown : Acute Designs Feather hair clip : Owl La Mode


Real WNY Love Story

High School Sweethearts

“Our relationship started in high school. We met when we were 16 and just clicked on so many levels. We made each other laugh and that was, and still is, so important to us. We went to college at Kent State University. After college we moved home to Jamestown, where Tim later proposed, in our first apartment together. He woke me up early in the morning on October 30th and simply asked me to spend forever with him; it was perfect and so was the antique ring.“

Wedding Day

“We chose our venue to be the Ellicottville Brewing Company on November 1st, which happened to be All Saints’ Day. We love craft beer, and the brewery is so beautiful, so the choice was easy. They gave us the creative freedom from the menu to the decor and that was exactly what we were looking for. We decided to serve an array of our favorite foods like grilled cheese with tomato soup, mahi mahi tacos and macaroni and cheese, followed by creme brûlée, italian cookies, and, of course, wedding cake!”

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Uniquely Rustic

“Tim and I made every planning decision together, with our families. We didn’t just want it to be just about us; we wanted our friends and family to have an amazing time too. We knew we wanted to mix old with new, so we used antlers, lavender, books, doilies and candles to create a romantic, vintage, and rustic style. With the creative help of my mom, sister, and countless estate sales, we created the perfect wedding.”

Forever Together

“We live in Buffalo now with our dog Gypsi and spend our time enjoying the simple things. We embarked on a trip to Costa Rica for our honeymoon, and it triggered a new found love for traveling, which we have made a vow to do every year.”


Credits Photographer : Elisha Orin Dress : BHLDN Accessories : made by anatomy Venue : Ellicottville Brewing Company Cake : The Cakery Flowers : Maureen’s Wholesale Flower Market Hair : Aimee Olson Invitation Design : Juliann Johnson Favors : Alpine Made SUBMIT YOUR REAL LOVE STORY! buffaloindieweddings.com/submit


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Credits Models : Sarah Nicole Ametrine and William Emerson Photography : City Lights Studio Hair and Make Up : Elizabeth Dugan Dresses : made by anatomy, Asher Bridal, Something Blue by LeeAndi’s Bridal Boutique Suits : Bureau Bride’s Accesories: Wild Things, Owl La Mode, made by anatomy, Bella Belle Shoes, E.P.H. Flower Crowns, Peg’s Hardware Hand-painted Buffalo dress : Dana Saylor


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Real WNY Love Story


Married

October 4th, 2014 at The Tralf Music Hall in Buffalo, NY. “Courtney is from Long Island and we met on her first night out in Buffalo. She fell in love with more than just the city! We decided this would be the place where we planted our roots. We wanted our day to be a representation of Buffalo. It was important to us that our friends and family from out of town experienced our city, food, and culture. We wanted them to see that we’re more than just unfortunate sport teams and bad weather. With chicken wings, beef on weck, Mighty Taco and Paula’s donuts at the reception, we did just that.”

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Our Own Traditions

“The last thing we wanted was a traditional wedding. Courtney and I got ready with our bridesmaids and moms before the wedding. We wanted to cherish those moments together rather than separating the group. A traditional venue was never a consideration, so we sat down with the owners of an old jazz club in downtown Buffalo, the Tralf Music Hall. They were very accommodating to whatever crazy ideas we had. We were the first people to ever get married right on their stage. We didn’t have a seating chart or a sit down dinner. Our guests ate what they wanted, where they wanted and when they wanted. Our ceremony was after our cocktail hour, our aisle was a dance floor, surrounded by cool lighting and a huge bar, and our night was absolutely perfect.”


Diy

“Our colors were lavender, orange, and yellow. We DIY’ed just about everything including our center pieces, donut and candy bar, and card box. We displayed photos of Courtney and I on a 6 panel door with raw wooden frames hanging with burlap. My sister, a graphic designer that focuses on weddings and party planning, made all our invites, signs, tags, and thank you cards as unique as we are. I felt like I spent every night for a few months with a glue gun, ribbons, and fabric flowers and of course, a lot of wine! The night before the wedding, we enlisted some help from our friends and played old school Nintendo and crafted our center pieces and gift bags for the out of town guests.”

Credits Photography : City Lights Studio Ashley’s Dress : Bloomingdales Courtney’s Suit : Bureau Hair and Makeup : Elizabeth Dugan Desserts : Paula’s Donuts Flowers : Flowers by Johnny Jewelry : Barbara Oliver & Co Jewelry Officiant : Honorary Judge Lovallo Stationery : Anchored By Design Decor : Anchored By Design Venue : The Tralf Music Hall SUBMIT YOUR REAL LOVE STORY! buffaloindieweddings.com/submit


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Cake pops : Buffalo Cake Pops Cakes : Scratch Bakeshop Cake toppers : Anchored By Design Cookies & cupcakes : Fairy Cakes Cupcakery


Feather backdrop What You’ll Need:

Loose White Feathers / Quill Feathers / Acrylic Paint / Sponge Brushes / White Tulle Fabric

Select the number of feathers you would like to color and start by brushing tips lightly with paint. While feathers dry, hang tulle fabric to the wall, or over a backdrop stand and begin sticking feather ends into the tulle. Make sure you insert the feather into the fabric enough so they stay put! Once your colored feathers are dry, add them to your backdrop at random or get creative with a pattern!

Glass & Saucer Stands What You’ll Need:

Various Sized Milk Glass Containers / Craft Glue / Mismatched Tea Cup Saucers

Choose which tea cup saucer you want on which milk glass container, then apply a layer of glue to the base of the saucer where it will be adhered to the milk glass. Let dry. Suggestions Local thrift shops have tons of different styled milk glass vases and containers as well as tea cups! Be sure to choose a good variety of heights when selecting your milk glass.

Customized Toppers What You’ll Need:

Cardstock / Scissors or Craft Knife / Wooden Skewer Sticks / Computer / Printer

On the computer, create an adorable banner or element that goes with your wedding theme. If that freaks you out, don’t panic! There are many downloadable templates to choose from on various sites like Pinterest or Etsy. Personalize it by adding your colors, your names and wedding date to the banner. Print on cardstock, cut out and glue to the skewers before placing on the top of your cake. View More DIY inspiration on our website!


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