I’m so happy to have Britten and AJ’s wedding at the Tuxedo Club featured on wedding blog Carats & Cake. You can see the whole post here. Stay tuned for my full blog post on what was just a gorgeous, elegant affair.
I don’t think I’ve seen a groom all summer who was as completely and totally in awe of his wife as Jeremy. The happiness in his face when he saw her for the first time was really touching and once again, one of those things that remind me why I enjoy doing this so much. Jaqueline and Jeremy’s wedding at the Stone House at Stirling Ridge was a really wonderful affair and I’m so happy to have been a part of it. Thanks again!
Venue: Stone House at Stirling Ridge, http://www.stonehouseatstirlingridge.com/
Flowers: Laura Clare, http://www.lauraclaredesign.com/
Cake: Palermo’s Bakery, http://palermobakery.com/
Stationery: Seamless Creative, http://www.seamlesscreative.com/
Signature Cocktail: John Daly
Place cards/Table Numbers: Belles Lettres Calligraphy, http://belleslettrescalligraphy.com/
Wooden place card holder: Groom’s father
Heart Sparklers: VIP Sparklers, http://vipsparklers.com/shop/?gclid=CO2z9omw-LkCFQyk4AodxXEAsw
Mr. & Mrs. sign: Etsy
Dress: Martina Liana, http://www.essensedesigns.com/martina-liana/
Shoes: Caparros, http://www.caparrosshoes.com/home.aspx
Rings: Marisa Perry, http://www.marisaperry.com/
Hair Piece (Bride and Flower Girl): Etsy
Tux: Custom made from MySuitNYC, http://www.mysuitny.com/website/default.aspx
Shoes: Calvin Klein
Sneakers: Custom made from Converse; http://www.converse.com
Pink socks: Bold Socks, www.boldsocks.com
Ring: David Yurman, http://www.davidyurman.com/
Beer: Buddy Brewing (Groom’s homebrew), https://www.facebook.com/pages/Buddy-Brewing/133561210047050
Beer Bottle Caps: BottleMark.com
Beer Labels: Seamless Creative, http://www.seamlesscreative.com/
Cookies: Momofuku Milk Bar, http://milkbarstore.com/
Wow. Meghan and Jack had the perfect wedding. The two of them have been planning their dream New York wedding from down south, and being someone who involved with planning their own long distance wedding, I have to say they really killed it. What a great day. Beautiful church in Saint Francis Xavier and Breathtaking views from the 10th floor of NYU’s Rosenthal Pavilion. Great couple, great friends, great day. Thanks for letting me be part of it.
Michelle, Eric and I were trying for a week to get together to do this engagement shoot but it seemed every time we set up to shoot, rain was forecast. After several rounds of rescheduling and with a shaky forecast at best… we went for it. As I showed up to meet the two at Eric’s Pier 57 coffee shop, Cold Process, the sky opened up and a downpour of biblical proportions started. It only lasted a few minutes though, and I had a feeling wet streets could make for a shiny, different kind of look for the photos we set out to do. We went on with it. We started out all around Pier 57 (a fantastic place by the way) and while we were on the back of the pier a gigantic, colorful rainbow appeared in the skies over Lower Manhattan. I’ve really never seen one like it. It was amazing. After the lucky rainbow, we traveled around the meatpacking district trying to create photos with the feel of “a night out.” A great night out it was indeed. Congrats again guys! See you at the wedding.
As I awoke in Tokyo this morning I was happy to see that a wedding I recently Shot at Natirar in New Jersey was featured on newjerseybride.com. Stephanie and Ray had a beautiful ceremony at the Basking Ridge Presbyterian Church and then moved to Natirar for the party after. Great clients, great night. Congrats again! Click here to see the post.