Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Elizabeth and Nathan's Wedding!

After shooting Elizabeth & Nathan's engagement session in The Hamptons this summer, I knew I was in for a treat for their wedding! The couple borrowed this classic vintage two-person bicycle for an engagement photos and I knew then they were going to be a treat to work with!

The couple prepared for the big day at the Garden City Hotel, also the location for their reception. A Rolls Royce carried the bride and her father to St. Agnes Cathedral in Rockville Center where a traditional bagpipe player greeted arriving guests and the wedding party. After the ceremony guests enjoyed cocktails before entering the grand ballroom decked in lavish florals, lighting and elegant table settings all designed and coordinated by the uber-talented Cheryl J. Weddings & Events.  Guests danced the night away to the live music performed by The Kenny Ford Band and took away elegant sweet treats from Macaron Cafe! 

The bride's fun facts include: 
Something Old: My mother's sapphire pin that I had on my bouquet 
Something New: My dress 
Something Borrowed: My mother's diamond bracelet
Something Blue: Blue crystals on bottom of my shoes that spelled "I Do"
5 Pence in my shoe: I had a 5 pence coin from Ireland in my shoe for good luck (I danced with a coin in my 5 inch heals all night!)

Family and friends can CLICK HERE to view the entire gallery but they must get the password from the couple!

  The amazing vendors include:
Planning and Design: Cheryl J. Weddings & Events
Ceremony Venue: St. Agnes Cathedral, Rockville Center, NY
Reception Venue: Garden City Hotel, Garden City, NY
Wedding Dress: Pnina Tornai from Kleinfeld Bridal Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Veil: Kleinfeld's Bridesmaid Dresses: Bill Levkoff
Flowers: Flowers by Brian
Wedding Cake:
Music: Kenny Ford Band from Hank Lane Music
Invitations: Plandome Paperie
Hair: Stefani Padilla
Makeup: Jennifer Duffy
Linens: Cloth Connection
Gifts: Macaron Cafe
Transportation: MV Limo

1 comment:

  1. Amazing photography! Most of the picture are eye catching! Like the dancing moment..Great job!