When we think of weddings in New York City, images of lavish rooftops and the breathtaking Manhattan skyline usually come to mind. However, just a train ride away, the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens offers a serene oasis away from the city that never sleeps. As the drops of summer rain rhythmically tapped on the windows of the Palm House, George and Colleen stood among their friends and loved ones and vowed to love each other through all things — rain or shine.
The reception began with a Pyebaek ceremony, a traditional Korean ceremony with the newlyweds’ parents and the bride and groom. Witnessing such a ceremony was not only fitting to the gorgeous venue but also fitting to the backdrop of New York City’s cultural melting pot.