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The Event Design and Production for "A Rainy Day Yacht Wedding" by Golden Knot Yacht Services. 

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The Event Design and Production for "A Rainy Day Yacht Wedding" by Golden Knot Yacht Services.


The stellar talent and vendors that made this shoot more than we ever thought possible:

Photography: 1314 Studio

Floral: Duchess Florals

Videography: Fen Video

Wedding Cake: The GingerSnap Cake Shop

Rentals: Conrad's Concessions

Hair: Salon Beverly Hills

Wedding Planning: Mallory Weiss Planning

Makeup: Blush Bar LLC

Decor Items: Decorative Decor

Event Design: All About the Details

Desserts: Chocamo Cookie Cups

Groom's Attire: Tuxedo Club

Wedding Dress: Lovely Bride Philadelphia

Fashion: New Vibe Inc.

Stationery: Your Day Your Way Wedding Boutique

Model: Adrian Waldo

Model: Lara Dellegrotti

Model: Kristin Keller

Model: Laura Folta

Check out the blog, we're so proud of it!

NYC Wedding Almost Didn't Happen!


​​Event planning is one of the most stressful jobs in the country due to the need to solve every problem and put out every fire that can inevitably arise. A very memorable yacht wedding for GKYS was held in the beginning of June of 2019. The bride had booked with Gabrielle from Golden Knot Yacht Services at the end of 2017 to begin planning her intimate wedding on the Hudson River. 


Despite record low temperatures the day she saw the yacht for the first time that January, the bride fell in love with the vessel and the upcoming months consisted of constant plans for how the Sundancer would create her dream wedding.


​Two weeks before the wedding date, Gabrielle received a call from the DJ that was scheduled to play for Leah’s wedding.  He relayed that the Sundancer had been struck by another yacht that had been hosting a high school’s prom the night before. With no injuries and only minor aesthetic damage, the Sundancer should’ve been fine to set sail in two weeks, however that would be too easy!


​To find out what happened, click here!