Amy and Bob first met when a pair of friends invited them out to a group dinner at an all-you-can-drink boxed wine restaurant. “As fate would have it, we ended up seated next to each other,” Amy says. “The rest is history.” They dated for about three years, and eventually moved in together in a Brooklyn apartment. A few months later, Amy’s mom came to town for her birthday. The three of them went out to dinner and at the end of the night, Amy, a journalist, discovered that Bob, an attorney, had set up their place with candles, flowers, and their two “Mr. and Mrs. Fox” stuffed animals—a running joke in the couple’s relationship that stems from their shared love of the Wes Anderson movie Fantastic Mr. Fox. “I leaned down in our living room to read a note the foxes had ‘written’ for me and turned around to see Bob down on one knee,” Amy says. She said yes, and they invited friends over the next night for a casual, celebratory bash. They tied the knot on August 9, 2014, in the Red Hook area of Brooklyn, New York, with about 150 guests in attendance. “We knew we wanted to get married in Brooklyn,” Amy says. “It’s our home, our favorite place, and it’s played such a big part in our relationship.” The couple decided to hold their wedding at The Liberty Warehouse, a historic building located on the Hudson River, after falling in love with its outdoor space and the beautiful view of the water. “Since we were going for a subtle Brooklyn, Art Deco, speakeasy theme, we loved the old-fashioned feel of the warehouse,” Amy says.