Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Lisa Loeb wed Roey Hershkovitz, a music supervisor for Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Saturday night, her manager, Janet Billig Rich.
The couple, who became engaged in November 2008, said “I Do” in front of 275 guests in a traditional Jewish ceremony at a New York City restaurant.
Lisa Loeb, who is known for her hit 1994 tune “Stay,” donned a strapless pink wedding gown designed by Amsale Blue Label. Hershkovitz opted for a Paul Smith suit.
Guests dined on jumbo lump crab cakes and Caesar salad with anchovy beignets made by chef Julian Alozno. For dessert, a white wedding cake with chocolate mousse prepared by pastry chef Martin Howard will be served.
The decor, designed by Sherri Adler & David Sawaryn, features all-white centerpieces arranged in a variety of copper and glass vases accented with fresh moss and tiny deer figurines.
Loeb says she wanted her guests to “come in from the cold to a cozy winter wonderland.”
The restaurant is decorated with all-white flower centerpieces arranged in glass and copper vases set in fresh moss with miniature deer figurines. After the party, the couple plan to donate the blooms to the FlowerPower Foundation, which will reassemble and give them out as inspirational gifts to the elderly and terminally ill.
The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn, a jazz band, will play after dinner, followed by DJ Mike C.
Loeb met Hershkovitz two years ago when she attended a meeting to seek a host for a food show he was developing.