Gurney's Montauk Wedding Photos

Montauk is simply a magical place! The ocean, the beach town, the relaxed vibe, and its all beauty really are the perfect backdrop for any couple to fall in love. Chelsea and Ben love the Hamptons and it was really important for them to celebrate their marriage at their favorite location, Gurney’s Montauk Resort and Seawater Spa.

The bride got ready in her private suite at Gurney’s before putting on the most beautiful couture wedding gown from Mira Zwillinger. This incredible Gigi ballgown was covered with Degrade Appliquéd Flowers that looked incredible on the bride to be. Ben and his groomsmen got ready in the Regent Cocktail Club before the couple exchanged their private first look in a hidden location on the edge of the resort. It was so sweet, romantic, and special for the couple to share a few private moments with each other before the pace of the day truly picked up.

AvaFloral created the most stunning coral cascading bridal bouquet for Chelsea. We had so much fun on the beach taking their bride and groom photos and bridal party portraits. The couple held their ceremony outside on the Forward Deck overlooking the ocean just before sunset. One of Ben’s childhood best friends is also a Pastor and they asked him to officiate their wedding which was so special for the couple. As they exchanged vows, laughs, and their first kiss as husband and wife was celebrated with loud cheers of excitement by all of their guests. It was so exciting! Their wedding reception was held in the gorgeous white tent and Atomic Funk Project brought down the house. I absolutely loved being part of Chelsea and Ben’s love story from their engagement, to wedding, and I know for many years to come. I’m so happy for this wonderful couple to enjoy being married to each other for the rest of their lives! xo

// Wedding vendors / Wedding Venue - Gurney’s Montauk Resort and Seawater Spa / Wedding Planner and Coordinator - Sarah Christine Productions / Videographer - McKenzie Miller Films / Florist - AvaFloral / Cake Artists - Sugar Sugar / Wedding Band - Atomic Funk Project / Makeup and Hair - MG Hair and Makeup / Brides Wedding Dress - Mira Zwillinger / Wedding Shoes - Christian Louboutin / Bridesmaids Dresses - Shona Jay / Groom and Groomsmen Attire - The Black Tux / Wedding Invitations - Ipanema Press / Photobooth - SharingBox / Wedding Photographer - Brklyn View Photography //

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Tulum and Cancun Mexico Travel Photos

We traveled to Tulum and Cancun Mexico earlier this year. It seems like a lifetime ago but it was only in March. I've never been to Tulum before so it was so lovely to visit this quiet oasis in Mexico. We stayed at the Playa Paraiso Beach Club in Tulum which was exactly what we had hoped for. A small bungalow walking distance to the clear blue ocean. We did have a bit of a seaweed problem on the beach that hindered us from truly enjoying the ocean but we were already going up to Cancun so it wasn't too much of a bummer. In Cancun, we stayed at the Westin Lagunamar which was our second visit to the same hotel. It was so funny because we knew our way around and visited many of the same restaurants we did years ago. However, this time, we were with our daughter Tilly, which made it even more fun & memorable. Can't wait to get our toes back in the sand! xo

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St. Louis Travel Photography. Destination Wedding Photographer

This summer we did a lot of traveling for weddings. I visited Nashville, St. Louis and Montreal for the first time which was so exciting! Before heading to the Lake, we stayed in St. Louis for a few days to do a bit of exploring. The Gateway Arch is by far one of my favorite things on the planet. I was in complete awe of its beauty and totally terrified once we got to the top. Seriously, it's surreal! We had breakfast at Winslow's Home, went paddle boating in Forest Park before heading to the Cardinals baseball game where I caught a foul ball!! On our last day, we stopped by The Pulitzer Foundation to check out the building and Richard Serra sculpture. While we were driving around, I fell in love with all the vintage parking signs and made my husband pull over so I could photograph them. Our last stop in St. Louis was the breathtaking Abby Church. It was one of the most gorgeous churches I have ever been in and totally made of concrete. Happy Travels!

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