We’re getting married!
We can’t wait to have all the people we love together in Brooklyn this September.
If you’re looking for wedding details, you’ve come to the right place. You can read about our story, get to know our awesome bridal party, and check out our registry information too. For out-of-towners, we have some hotel suggestions and a handy Brooklyn guide to help you during your stay.
Most importantly, we’d like to thank you all for your ongoing love and support. See you (on the dance floor) in September!
– Bradley & Erin
Bradley and Erin were introduced by their mutual friend Simon over six years ago. But it wasn’t until they ran into each other two years later at a party at a dive bar in Brooklyn that sparks began to fly—over a game of Skeeball, no less. At the time, Erin was living in an old factory building in Williamsburg, while Bradley was living a short walk away with two friends in Greenpoint. It didn’t take long until the two were inseparable.
By date three, Bradley asked Erin to accompany him to a wedding in Rochester, where she met his parents and many of his friends for the first time. The wedding was a blast, but it was the ride home that sealed the deal. They spent the five-hour car ride learning more about each and laughing endlessly. Erin was working as a Creative Project Manager at Complex Magazine and Bradley as a designer for Tumblr, so they bonded over their shared love of design and art, in addition to other important things—like an affinity for ice cream and sneakers.
Since that day, Erin and Bradley have traveled together to Maine, Tennessee, Denmark, Sweden, Spain, Portugal, France, and Bermuda and have cheered each other on through job changes—Bradley now works as a user experience designer at Google and Erin is a brand designer at Nike. After four years of dating, Bradley asked Erin to marry him over a candlelit, home-cooked dinner that he spent the entire day preparing.
Sept. 1, 2019
5PM - Late
The wedding ends around 11PM,
but we’re hosting an after party nearby
if you’d like to stay up late with us.
501 Union Street
The building dates back to 1916 and once
served as a classic car restoration shop.