A Made-In-Manhattan Wedding For The Books

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    Danielle Kosann co-runs The New Potato, one of our favorite sites, with her sister Laura. Together they perfectly encapsulate nearly everything delicious about New York. From the food and the people who make it to the quintessential NYC moments that go hand in hand with gleefully stuffing our faces, the two carefully separate the (gluten-free) wheat from the chaff. To put it succinctly, they get the city, and we'd follow their advice to the end of the world. Or, at the very least, the Hudson.

    So, when Danielle revealed she was marrying Seth Werbitt right here in Manhattan, we were hardly surprised. An NYC wedding can be a huge challenge (the lack of space! the crazy cost! those mystery puddles in the foreground of every group photo), but Kosann got to work. With a job curating the best the city has to offer, she was able to wrangle together a beautiful, intimate affair in the heart of the bustling city — with a little help from her New Potato friends, of course.

    Venue: Bowery Hotel
    Wedding Planner: Firefly Events
    Flowers: Flower Girl
    Photographer: Trent Bailey
    Cake: Nine Cakes
    Calligraphy: Paperfinger
    Makeup: Andrew Sotomayor
    Hair: Jay Ree from John Barrett Salon

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