I’m delighted to share that two of my images were selected to be included in the latest edition of The Knot New York Magazine 2019 Edition. A photo from Sarah and Calvin’s wedding at The Rainbow Room in New York City is on Page 26 and an interior photo of The Bridgehampton Tennis and Surf Club Reception Room is featured on Page 66. Thank you The Knot for including us! xo
On one of the most perfect Fall days I've ever seen in the Hamptons, Catherine and Chris were married in front of their closest family and friends at the Queen of the Most Holy Church in Bridgehampton, NY. The bride wore a stunning light, beach friendly dress by Tara Keely and crystal encrusted Louboutin flats. Chris was emotional as his soon-to-be wife walked down the aisle to officially become husband and wife. Guests tossed rose petals at the newlyweds as they left the church and we headed to Bridgehampton Tennis and Surf Club for photos.
Crystal clear skies and warm sand was the perfect backdrop for the couples bride and groom photos. The beach is so important to the couple and they wanted to take all their photos outside to preserve the wonderful memories they share as a couple. Wildflower Floral Events created beautiful bouquets of white hydrangea's, pink roses, and pink dahlia's and decorated the Bridgehampton Tennis and Surf Club with a timeless and romantic aesthetic. Hank Lane's Nocturne Band was simply incredible and I don't think I saw anyone sitting down once the reception really started to take off. I'm so happy for Catherine and Chris and honored to have been part of their wedding day. xo
// Wedding Vendors / Wedding Ceremony - Queen of the Most Holy Rosary in Bridgehampton / Wedding Reception - Bridgehampton Tennis and Surf Club / Wedding Coordinator - The Wedding Sitter / Wedding Videographer - Merryweather Films / Florist - Wildflower Floral Events / Wedding Invitations - Whimsy B. Paperie / Wedding Band - Hank Lane - Nocturne / Makeup Artist - Anne Demarco / Hair Stylist - Lauren Decosimo / Wedding Dress - Tara Keely from Kleinfelds / Wedding Shoes - Christian Louboutin / Bridesmaids Dresses - Jenny Yoo / Groom and Groomsmen Suits - Calvin Klein / Wedding Photographer - Brklyn View Photography //
Sometimes fate has a funny way of working out. The Bride and Groom went to college together but never met until several years later at a college reunion. After getting to know each other, they quickly hit it off and their courtship began. Their bohemian chic Indian fusion wedding embodies both of them so perfectly. The blending of two families and two cultures on a very special day. They hired Canas Miracle to design, coordinate and plan their stunning wedding at the stunning Blue Hill at Stone Barns in Tarrytown, NY. What an incredible venue to host their multicultural celebration. The Bride wore an incredible handmade traditional Indian wedding dress with lots of personal touches and hand embellishments that up close, were breathtaking. The Groom wore a tradition Indian outfit to honor his new bride as they became husband and wife.
Their outside Fall ceremony was so beautiful and the September weather did not disappoint. As the sun began to set, the temperature cooled down as the Bride and Groom walked to the center of the courtyard at Stone Barns. They stood under a spectacular chuppah that was completely covered in hops, which I had never seen before!! They exchanged vows with their children, then with each other, and finally exchanged rings to make it official. It was a joyous wedding with lots of love, laughter, and plenty of emotions. I am so honored I was able to capture this bohemian chic fusion wedding Blue Hill at Stone Barns for this wonderful couple! xo
// wedding vendors / Wedding Venue - Blue Hill at Stone Barns / Wedding Planner and Coordinator - Canas Miracle / Wedding Florist - Canas Miracle / Bride's Wedding Dress - Custom Made / Groom's Wedding Suit - Custom Made / Wedding Cake - Murray's Cheese / Wedding Invitations - Invitations by Ajalon / Hair and Makeup - Heena Das Beauty / Wedding photography - Brklyn View Photography //
Getting up early at sunrise to head to Central Park from Brooklyn is definitely a no short trek into Manhattan but each time I arrive, I'm reminded as to why it's worth it. No one is there and you have the biggest park in New York City all to yourself. In other words, it's magical!
I am so excited to share a few of my favorite photos from Elyisha and Nadeem's sunrise engagement session in Central Park from this past Fall. The sun was slow to rise but once she was out, we had a blast taking full advantage on the Bow Bridge and in front of The Boathouse Restaurant in the middle of the park. These two are the sweetest couple and I cannot wait for their epic two-day wedding this Summer at The Park Chateau in New Jersey. Enjoy! xo
I'm so thrilled and honored to have been interviewed by BRIDES about How to Take the Perfect Holiday Card Photo by Erin Celleti. It is a great article that gives you some advice on how to schedule and plan for your next family portrait session, especially for your holiday cards.
Thank you Martha Stewart Weddings for featuring two of my photos in your past online features. Colleen and Andrew's engagement photo from Prospect Park that highlight the season and this stunning pink peony and purple lavender wedding bouquet by Blush Designs. Last, 20 Ways to Use Eyelet Lace throughout your Wedding feature. xo