11 Details Your Wedding Photographer Needs to Know

Bride and groom at a rehearsal dinner for an article on details your wedding photographer needs to know

Everyone knows you need to tell your wedding photographer when to arrive for the ceremony, but did you know there are a number of smaller details that may affect your photos? In today’s blog, filled with photos from Stephanie and Shane’s rehearsal dinner at the Smith, I give you a list of the 11 details […]

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Sunset Photos: Tales from a Maritime Parc Wedding

Sunset portrait at a Maritime Parc wedding

Vanessa and Nate’s Maritime Parc wedding offered plenty of opportunities for great photos. From her father’s first look at her dress to the final cake cutting, Vanessa and Nate’s schedule was chock full of photo ops. One option their wedding also included was a separate portrait session at sunset. Find out how we scheduled a […]

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A Chinatown Rehearsal Dinner: The Perfect Compromise for an Adults-Only Wedding

Bride and groom at a Chinatown rehearsal dinner

It has been a busy week: 4 weddings, 1 rehearsal dinner, and 1 non-profit event all since last Tuesday. Needless to say, I needed a day off from blogging. But I am back, and with plenty of photos to share! Let’s start with Genny and Blaine’s fun Chinatown rehearsal dinner at Dim Sum Go Go. […]

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Top Fears About Wedding Photographers

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Over the years I have heard some horror stories from guests and clients about other weddings. These tales of terror have in turn instilled certain universal fears of worst case wedding photography scenarios in the minds of couples. But fear not! In today’s blog, the top fears about wedding photographers, and some solutions to put […]

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Creative Wedding Gift Bag Ideas

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In keeping with this week’s destination wedding theme, I thought I might turn my attention to your guests. No matter where your wedding is located, you no doubt will have out-of-town visitors in attendance. As such, I have put together a list of creative wedding gift bag ideas to have ready at the hotel as […]

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NYC Destination Wedding Guide

Bride and groom kissing for a NYC destination wedding guide

In case you weren’t aware – I am a destination wedding photographer. I love to travel, and welcome the opportunity to take my camera beyond the limits of the New York City subway. Quite often, however, the shoe is on the other foot, and I am hired by clients for whom New York City is […]

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Creative Borrowed and Blue Wedding Ideas

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No doubt you are familiar with the wedding superstition that a bride should include, ‘something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a silver sixpence in her shoe.’ What’s a modern bride to do with this 19th century tradition? Here are a few creative borrowed and blue wedding ideas to give the custom a […]

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Wedding Website Tips

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A belated happy turkey day to you all!  With Thanksgiving behind us, it’s time to get back to work. If creating a wedding website (or ‘wed site’ as it has become known) is on your list of things to do, have I got a blog post for you. Please enjoy this comprehensive list of wedding […]

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Creative Party Favor Ideas

Bombardier wedding favor

Let me start by saying this: you by no means are required to give your guests a gift. You have invited people to your celebration and are already providing your guests with free food and drink, so swag is not necessary. That said, if you want to give your guests a token of appreciation for […]

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What to Have Ready When the Wedding Photographer Arrives

Bride and groom portrait after their Fordham University Church wedding

Every wedding I shoot always starts off in a scene of pure chaos. I knock on the hotel room door, say hello to the bride – who is normally getting her hair curled at the time – and start unpacking my cameras. The room is usually filled with the following: champagne glasses, uneaten morsels from […]

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