There are certainly some cool perks to be a wedding and portrait photographer. On the surface the travels and hanging out in expensive venues and working with pseudo celebrity clients can be really fun. And it is really fun don’t get me wrong, but the really amazing stuff is getting to meet some amazing people. Amy and Corey are some truly amazing people.
Last year Corey hired us to photograph his proposal to Amy in Times Square. It was the end of February and freezing outside but we had a great time with these two!
Once they started planning the wedding we hoped to be involved. As the plans went on and different ideas were suggested Amy and Corey decided to elope in Italy!
Something a little different today! Christina and Ryan had a glamorous wedding at the de Seversky Mansion and we loved being a part of this great couple’s wedding along with partying with their friends and family!
Every bride and groom’s fear (well mostly the bride) is that it’s going to rain on their wedding day… and with Samantha and Will it actually happened but somehow not at the times we were outside! Samantha and Will were married at the Knoll Country Club in New Jersey with their friends and family all around! During the ceremony it started to sprinkle and not even 15 minutes after everyone was under the tent for cocktail hour it was pouring. Everyone danced the night away before the rain let up enough for a grand sparkler exit! So fun!
I hope you’re ready for a wedding blog mania! Katie and Jeff are some original IHNY’ers up in here! We traveled to Newport, RI for their awesome wedding celebration at Rosecliff Mansion.
The day started at a beautiful boutique hotel, Forty One North, right along the waterfront of the marina. Such a great time was had with all the girls getting dolled up for the day and the boys went off to fresh shaves. Stay tuned for more from this wedding very soon!
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