We’re honored and excited to introduce you to Annie Lee! Annie is the principal planner and founder of Daughter of Design: the boutique hotel of wedding planners, the author of Learn to Speak Wedding: Flashcards for Beginners, and contributor to The Wedding A to Z. What we’re saying here is, Annie knows her stuff! So, when she agreed to give us the inside scoop on some of her weddings published on Love Stories TV, we were THRILLED.
Watch four gorgeous weddings that wouldn’t have been possible without Daughter of Design. Learn more about each couple and how their fabulous weddings came to be, from the woman behind the beauty of them all. Plus, make sure to follow along on @LoveStoriesTV on Instagram. Annie will be taking over our Instagram Stories on Saturday April, 15 from what promises to be a gorgeous reception at Studio 450!
“Katie and Sam are part of one of the biggest real estate families in New York, though you wouldn’t know it from how down-to-earth and grounded these two are. They chose their venue because it overlooked the city that they love so much together and their current and biggest project building the residences at the top of the Woolworth Building. Watch the video to see how we creatively used some construction and building materials in their decor as a nod to their family business and passion.”
Learn more about Katie and Sam’s wedding HERE.
“I wish we could show Jonathan’s full piano performance in the video! The room was spellbound as he performed a surprise piece for his bride. Jane and Jonathan’s wedding was such a reflection of their personalities. Both elegant and classic but still contemporary and intriguing. We loved mixing the classic venue with the playful menu that you see making an entrance in a few clips!”
Learn more about Jane and Jonathan’s wedding HERE.
“Alex and Justin are the type of couple to laugh off the elderly rabbi mistakingly referring to them as “Alex and Justine” throughout their ceremony. You can see her fun, sassy personality throughout the video as she does a little happy dance at various times throughout the day. And a closeted artist parading herself as a finance woman, the bride hand drew each of those seed packages for her guests!”
Learn more about Alexandra and Justin’s wedding HERE.
“I think I’ve watched this video 200 times. I know Melisa spent the first few months watching it everyday as she had lunch at her desk and her mom had it on loop in her waiting room for her patients (with a box of Kleenex). Lake Como, this stunning couple, Chris’s speech, the custom Monique Lhuillier gown, the light hitting Melisa’s veil as she turns the corner and then cut to Chris tearing up and shaking his head,..this is the kind of video that makes strangers cry!”
Learn more about Melisa and Chris’ wedding HERE.
Focused on understated elegance, Daughter of Design is considered the designer boutique hotel of wedding planners recognized for its downtown approach to classic wedding traditions, always creating current and artistic designs. Daughter of Design planned the 1st New Year’s Eve wedding in Times Square, 14 Valentine’s Day weddings atop the Empire State Building, and the 2012 Fall Knot Gala. Daughter of Design is based out of New York City but produces events in destinations worldwide.