A winter elopement all over NYC, starting at the Ludlow Hotel, with a ceremony in Central Park, portraits in Greenwich Village, and ending after sunset on the Brooklyn Bridge.
A romantic photo shoot celebrating a tenth anniversary, on the Brooklyn Bridge.
Kristin (blonde) and Marisa are both architects, and their passion for design was reflected in every aspect of their wedding day. Their 26 Bridge wedding (a former metal factory turned event space) was the perfect backdrop to their personally designed invitations, rings, and logo. They created a wedding that captured exactly the aesthetic they were going for: modern, minimalistic, and monochrome.
Architecture had bonded the couple from the start: they met in architecture studio their freshman year of college, and were drawn to each other’s passion and sense of humor. Almost ten years later, they married last November.
A Central Park wedding ceremony, followed by lunch, cake, and champagne at Tavern on the Green.
An elegant, intimate wedding in Manhattan for two brides. They got ready together at the Highline Hotel and took portraits on the grounds that used to be a monastery. Their ceremony took place at Carnegie Hall, followed by a luncheon reception at Maialino.
A City Hall wedding and reception at the Ace Hotel in Manhattan.
An elopement in New York City at the Marriage Bureau, followed by photos nearby in lower Manhattan.
An Indian wedding reception at Indian Accent in Midtown Manhattan.