- March 05, 2015
If you’re like me and love a good bourbon and a bit of history, Brooklyn’s King County Distillery is the perfect place to experience both on a Saturday afternoon. They’re New York City’s first whiskey distillery since Prohibition, and operate out of a gorgeous two story building in Brooklyn Navy Yard. If you’re looking for the perfect place to throw an intimate wedding or cocktail party for 150, they also offer the space for private events. I pulled inspiration from the whiskey distilling process as well as Kings County’s packaging into a celebration with touches of soft pastels for balance. Copper accents are a nod to the stills often used in the distilling process, and the simple type-writer font invitations are inspired by the bottle labels.
1. Kings County Distillery Bourbon 2. Pastels with accents of burgundy and copper. 3. Mint dinner plates by One Kings Lane 4. Copper Candle Holders from World Market 5. ASOS Slim Fit Suit in Herringbone 6. Whiskey barrel 7. Bouquet by A Day in Provence 8. Copper Marais chair from Rent Patina 9. Invitation by Ellie Letter