On the 65th floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza, you are whisked away with sweeping views of New York City inside the iconic Rainbow Room. The mosaic ceiling above the ceremony space is breathtaking and there are thousands of hanging crystals that line the reception room that make the dance floor sparkle. For Sara and John, this was the perfect NYC venue to celebrate their marriage with among their closest family and friends. The bride wore a fitted lace wedding dress by Amsale and her Mother's diamond bracelet for her something borrowed and old. John and his groomsmen got ready at the Waldorf Astoria just a few blocks away. The soon to be newlyweds, shared their first look underneath 30 Rock's famous Rainbow Room neon sign. We walked around the plaza to for their bridal portraits and were showered with well wished by onlooking tourists exploring the city.
Before they walked down the aisle, Sara and John signed their Ketubah in a private ceremony and the room became overjoyed with excitement. Underneath the chuppah adorned with fresh cherry blossoms, they said their vows and kissed for the first time as husband and wife. For their first dance, the newlyweds surprised their guests with an impromptu breakdance session by the groom. Their guests cheered with delight! Before the evening ended, the bride and groom cut their wedding cake that was designed by Sylvia Weinstock and thanked their guests for being with them on their special day. I'm so honored I could be part of their wedding and capture their cheerful celebration. Congratulations Newlyweds!
// Wedding Vendors / Wedding Ceremony and Reception - Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center / Florists - SPINA / Videographer - McKenzie Miller Films / Wedding Band - Henry Marks Agency / Groom's getting ready location - The Waldorf Astoria / Bride's Shoes - Stuart Weitzman / Brides Wedding Dress - Amsale / Groom's Tux - Brooks Brothers / Wedding Cake - Sylvia Weinstock / Wedding Photography - Brklyn View Photography //