For their winter wedding, the couple decided to host an intimate ceremony at Giovanna's parents' apartment uptown. "I love that our marriage license has our home address on it—it will always be my happy place," she says. Following the "I do," they threw their reception dinner in the library of the Racquet and Tennis Club on Park Ave.
As for aesthetic, Amanda wanted something something bold to balance out the French Baroque-style of the venue. "I knew that I wanted punchy colors like fuchsia, deep red, burgundy, and fire coral," she says.
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"My mom and husband both wanted a really classic and elegant aesthetic, whereas I wanted to keep the island feel and incorporate a few elements that were more unique and contemporary, like the hand block printed linen napkins from my friends at Block Shop Textiles."