Marine Lane

The Voyage to October 5

Exhibition

Recipient of Print Magazine’s Print Celebrates Design Award, Recipient of the 2014 Print Celebrates Design Award, Featured in Brides Magazine

Megan Flood, founder of Marine Lane, committed herself to creating a special experience for her NYC wedding to high school sweetheart Timmy Beringer.

Megan and her team transformed the wedding cocktail hour into an art gallery, which celebrated the couple's 8-year journey.The wedding invitation said the reception was at "The Art Gallery." Guests were surprised when they arrived and stepped into a personalized art exhibit about the bride and groom.

Timmy and Megan’s handwriting was blown up on the walls, describing each of the six 8-foot paintings that told the story of their relationship. A gentleman in a top hat greeted guests and distributed programs. The gallery also included a hanging paper heart installation, and a photo tribute to the couple’s parents and grandparents.

Lastly and most importantly, the reception venue, Prince George Ballroom, is owned by Common Ground. Common Ground is an organization that helps NYC homeless get back on their feet. Megan has been involved in helping the homeless for the past 8 years; her senior thesis on the homeless, Living Without Doorknobs, has been featured twice on National Public Radio.

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