Reality hit as we put on our winter coats and boots today. Snow is on it’s way.
New York is unique in the wedding industry for it’s ability to host winter weddings – wedding season never stops. Historic architecture (and some of the best vendors in the world) enables us to shoot inside and to create beautiful portraits that still capture a timeless New York feel.
Take a look at Mallory & Clayton’s wedding at the Metropolitan Club. We loved how they took advantage of the time of year, particularly with their decor. Planned by An Affair to Remember and flowers done by Floralies, guests dined under white tree centerpieces and enjoyed every aspect of this stunning evening.
High above the bustling Columbus Circle, Alana & Scott tied the knot at the Mandarin Oriental.
The Mandarin never fails to provide an awe-inspiring view. There’s a spot that we love to take a bride and groom when possible – it’s a rooftop area on which they can feel like the entire city is theirs for the day. The skyline always looks different, and for Alana & Scott the fog made for a mystical view.
Inside, a power team of Victoria Dubin Events and Ed Libby & Co. created a warm, elegant setting for both the ceremony and reception. Their day was stunning from beginning to end, and we enjoyed catching every moment.
Liz had always dreamed of getting married at her childhood home. With the help of an amazing team her parent’s backyard was transformed in to a miraculous setting for their wedding day. Liz and Owen tied the knot in front of over 250 people in the very same spot that she played in as a child. Lavish greenery and flowers were designed to compliment the landscape of the property and the guests dined and danced in a beautiful tent accented by sunflower and crystal candelabra centerpieces and hanging chandeliers. It was a magical day from start to finish, and we were honored to have been there to capture it.
The possibilities are endless. Keep dreaming of your perfect day, and we’ll help you remember it.
Mondays are rough, and even more-so when it’s a gray day outside. To remind us of the beauty that can still happen on a day like today, we’re taking a look back at Jodi and Ronen’s wedding from around this time last year at Brooklake Country Club.
One of the most common questions we hear leading up to a wedding day is “What if it rains?”. We refer back to pictures like these to explain that the rain just adds to the story of the day. Rain can create a soft, romantic look, and when it’s overcast the clouds act like a giant soft-box or light-diffuser. It also provides the opportunity for a spectacular end-of-the-night shot! Backlighting rain can make it look like you’re in the middle of a starry night. We may not be able to control the weather…but we can certainly work with it!
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