Gatsby Glamour: Elizabeth & Jeremy in Oakdale, NY

The romance between Elizabeth Blake and Jeremy Bucovetsky was first sparked in the offices of Bridal Guide magazine—and it was unexpected by both. She was the associate home editor and he was the new IT manager and publisher of the parent company’s sports magazine. A casual friendship at first, the relationship turned quickly into something more. "When Jeremy escorted me to a wedding that my then-boyfriend wouldn’t, I knew something good might be starting," recalls Liz.

Liz chose a palette of silver and lavender—her favorite color since girlhood—with accents of peach and gold.
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The romance between Elizabeth Blake and Jeremy Bucovetsky was first sparked in the offices of Bridal Guide magazine—and it was unexpected by both. She was the associate home editor and he was the new IT manager and publisher of the parent company’s sports magazine. A casual friendship at first, the relationship turned quickly into something more. "When Jeremy escorted me to a wedding that my then-boyfriend wouldn’t, I knew something good might be starting," recalls Liz.
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Her dress, by Jenny Packham, seemed like "the perfect complement to our 1920’s theme—modern yet classic, with flapper-esque beaded trim on the drop waist."
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The couple with the groomsmen, in tuxes by Cardi International, and the bridesmaids in gowns from Love by Enzoani.
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The chic silver purses the bride gave her maids reflect the Gatsby-inspired theme.
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The couple surrounded by their parents.
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The groom with his mother, Valeria, and stepfather, Mike Rosenbloom.
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"When I saw Jeremy for the first time that day, it was an incredibly intense moment. He was waiting at the foot of a winding staircase, and just as I came to the last step, he gave me his arm. It was the first of many private moments."

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Instead of having guests throw rice after the ceremony, the bride offered pouches of birdseed and small silver bells. "My maternal grandmother collected bells," explains the bride, "and this was a way for me to honor her memory."
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