Early in November, I met up with Nadia and Tim in Brooklyn at the always gorgeous Prospect Park for their engagement photos. It was so much fun getting to know these two a bit before their wedding day at iCi Restaurant in Fort Greene. I'm so delighted to share a few of my favorite images from their engagement session. Enjoy!
Overlooking the waterfront, among their closest family and friends, Millie and Brenden were married on the balcony at East Hampton Point. The couple grew up in the Hamptons and their love of the beach was a big inspiration for their gorgeous wedding day. The Groom's Uncle handmade the driftwood arbor filled with flowers creating the perfect ceremony backdrop. The same Judge that married Brenden's parents, also officiated their wedding which was so special to the happy couple. Millie looked radiant in her Maggie Sottero wedding dress and jewel encrusted belt. She also wore a vintage brooch on her bouquet that her Mother had worn on her wedding dress for her something blue. And how amazing are her custom monogramed Jack Rogers sandals? LOVE! Millie carefully planned every detail to personalize their day including a custom laurel wreath monogram for their invitations and a vintage map of East Hampton for the envelope liner. Cascading green wreaths covered the reception tables topped with mercury glass votives candles and pops of blush flowers to add a soft romantic feel. Guests enjoyed two signature cocktails, Little Plains Beach, the location where Brenden proposed, and Navy Beach, one of their favorite spots in Montauk throughout the reception. I'm so delighted to share a few of my favorite images from their wedding day and honored to be apart of such a wonderful wedding. Congratulations Newlyweds!! xo
// Wedding Vendors // Wedding Venue - East Hampton Point // Floral Design - Karen Lenahan Designs // Invitations and Calligraphy: Natalie Chang Designs // Hair and Makeup: BEAUTIFUL by Katy and Dina // Brides Gown - Maggie Sottero // Groom's Suit - Brook's Brothers // Brides Shoes - Custom Monogrammed Jack Rogers // Wedding Photographer - Brklyn View Photography //
Is there anything more romantic than walking through Central Park with your soon-to-be husband around sunset? I didn't think so! Alice and Mike's Fall Engagement Session in the park is absolutely picture perfect. We met along the 86th street entrance and made our way into the park's Great Lawn just in time for the golden light to sweep across the grass. I'm so excited to share a few of my favorite photos from their classic new york city engagement session and can't wait for their wedding later this year. Enjoy! xo