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After dating for over 17 years and postponing our wedding mulitple times due to the pandemic,
Ken and I finally had the wedding of our dreams on June 10th, 2023


Of course I created custom jewelry for myself, my husband, and the entire bridal party.

My earrings were inspired by Princess Zelda’s earrings from the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, but I also incorporated the gold bow motif that’s repeated in my wedding dress. My necklace is a solid 14 karat gold replica of the ornate family crest I designed for our wedding invitations, with a marquise cut diamond at the top and a small blue sapphire on the back as my “something blue”. In addition to my wedding rings, I wore several Soulbound rings, including the Goddesses' Relic Ring.

I created custom 14 karat gold and precious gemstone earrings and necklaces for each of the bridesmaids.
For my husband, a shield shaped lapel pin in solid 14 karat white gold that featured the custom monogram I designed for our wedding invitations. Each of the groomsmen had their own unique gold lapel pin, and our ring bearer wore a replica of The One Ring from the Lord of the Rings on a chain around his neck and a lapel pin inspired by Sting, Frodo’s magical elven sword, because he’s the ring bearer after all!

To celebrate my one year anniversary, I've added versions of the jewelry I created for myself and my bridal party to the website, including mini versions of my Princess Zelda inspired earrings, the rupee charms and fairy dangle earrings I created for each of my bridesmaids, and the triforce pendant I made for my daughter Kira, the flower girl.


I designed and created all of the stationery myself, but Ken had a heavy hand in the overall concepts.

It was his idea to create a custom family crest to be the centerpiece of the main invitation. It features a central shield in a shape similar to the Hylian shield with our monogram inside. I drew the monogram in a similar style to the tree of Gondor design featured in Aragorn's crown, which sits atop the shield as well. The surrounding golden scrolls are a reference to my ornate jewelry style, and sparkling fairies fly around the page.



My wedding dress was a custom one-of-a-kind white and gold version of the Tying the Knot gown by Reem Acra with a matching beaded cape.
I am very petite (4’9”), so I knew that I needed a gown completely custom made to fit my tiny frame, and ideally I wanted to find a designer who deeply understood my proportions. Reem Acra was the answer to my prayers. She is a petite woman herself, and not only did she make my dress entirely from scratch to fit my measurements, she also allowed me to change the color of the beading from silver to gold to match all of the gold jewelry I created for my wedding day. We also changed the fabric to a light ivory to increase the contrast and let the gold and pearl embellishments really shine! To complete the look, I wore the Myrtle Tiara from Anna Marguerite in gold.



I asked our photographers to make me look like Arwen in my portrait photos, and they did not disappoint! I also love how Ken's light gray suit reminds me of a suit of armor. It's medieval fantasy hero and princess vibes in a very tasteful and subtle way.



All of my bridesmaids were wearing the Althea dress from Jenny Yoo, which gave a perfect fantasy princess vibe. I wanted each of them to wear a different color. Lilac mist, whisper blue, and sage all reminded me of fairies from the Legend of Zelda and were an ideal combination to compliment the other colors in the florals, wedding details and the stationery.
Two of my bridesmaids wore the Delicate Leaf Tiara from Anna Marguerite - one in gold and the other in silver. My maid of honor wore the Petite Myrtle Tiara from Anna Marguerite in gold.

The groomsmen wore gray suits from The Black Tux with silver ties.



Our officiant is my oldest friend and he personalized every word of the ceremony, including readings from The Lord of the Rings. The incredible Triforce Quartet provided classical versions of our favorite video game music during the ceremony. I walked down the aisle to their version of Zelda’s Lullaby from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.



At the suggestion of our amazing wedding planner Sara, Ken and I snuck into our own private room immediately after the ceremony to have a moment to ourselves, take a breath, and enjoy all of the cocktail hour foods uninterrupted. It ended up being one of our favorite parts of the entire day, because it really was our only opportunity to be completely alone, and of course we love all of the food at Blue Hill and did not want to miss any of the hors d’oeuvres!

The Triforce Quartet continued to play classical renditions of our favorite video game music during the cocktail hour, including the Banjo Kazooie theme and a Super Mario Brothers medley!



Not much needs to be said about these amazing photos. They're absolutely magical.
I think you can see the love Ken and I have for each other and the sheer joy we felt on that day.



Any wedding at Blue Hill at Stone Barns is going to be all about the food.
Everything was seasonal and made with ingredients grown on site.

To reach the hayloft space where we had our dinner, guests walked through a hallway that Fox Fodder Farm transformed into a magical floral tunnel. The tabletop florals were also designed to look like they were growing right out of the table, using carnivorous pitcher plants - which I don’t think anyone has ever seen used in a wedding tablescape before!



Slices of our wedding cake and adorable little passed desserts were served during the reception, which took place in the courtyard and inside the lower level of the hayloft.

Since all of the food is seasonal at Blue Hill, the flavor of our cake was a complete surprise until we cut into it! Coincidentally, when Ken and I eloped during the height of the pandemic and we could only celebrate in our tiny apartment, I made a strawberry chiffon cake just for the two of us. It must have been fate that gave us the same cake again - only this time a Michelin star version!

Sound Society’s performance was the perfect way to end our incredible day. In fact, our only regret is that we did not push the ending time of the wedding later so that we could enjoy dancing to their music even longer!



All of the talented people who helped us create our dream wedding!

✶ Venue: Blue Hill at Stone Barns | @bluehillfarm

✶ Wedding Planner: Sara Landon Events | @saralandonevents

✶ Photography & Videography: Forged In The North | @forgedinthenorth

✶ Floral Design: Fox Fodder Farm | @foxfodderfarm

✶ Invitations & Day-Of Paper: DIY

✶ String Quartet: Triforce Quartet | @triforcequartet

✶ Band: Sound Society | @soundsocietyband

✶ Wedding Dress: Reem Acra | @reemacrawedding

✶ Bridesmaids' Dresses: Jenny Yoo | @jennyyoonyc

✶ Jewelry: Soulbound | @soulboundnyc

✶ Beauty: Miss Harlequin | @missharlequinmakeupandhair

✶ Groom's Attire: Suit Supply | @suitsupply

✶ Groomsmen's Attire: The Black Tux | @theblacktux

✶ Furniture Rentals: Luxe Event Rentals | @luxeeventrentals