Montauk Lighthouse Wedding Tips

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The Montauk Lighthouse is an idyllic spot located at the very end of Long Island. I had the pleasure of photographing Angii and Paul’s wedding there in June. As a fitting tribute to the end of summer, please enjoy today’s blog full of tips for planning your own Montauk Lighthouse wedding.

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A Terrace on the Park Wedding

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For those who don’t know, Terrace on the Park is the former heliport of the 1964 New York World’s Fair. And while I have lived in New York City for 16 years, I have never had the pleasure of stepping inside, much less photographing, a Terrace on the Park wedding. That is, not until Kathryn […]

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Chris and Rob’s Housing Works Bookstore Cafe Wedding

Two grooms dancing at a Housing Works Bookstore Cafe wedding

I’ve photographed three nuptials here before, but seriously, Chris and Rob’s Housing Works Bookstore Café wedding was the one that had every guest shedding tears of joy. Even though it rained buckets in the hours prior to the wedding, nothing could dampen the love inside when Chris and Rob said ‘I do.’ Here are all […]

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How To Plan a Halloween Wedding

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Boo!  I’m sure you all are busy getting your costumes ready for tomorrow, so what better time than today to share a spooktacular, Halloween-themed wedding reception?  Please meet Alyssa and Mohan, who share a love of Halloween and each other.  They wanted to do something completely different for their wedding, and I can officially say…mission […]

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How to Get Married at City Hall in Any NYC Borough

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If you are a New Yorker ready to get married and you want to show your love for a particular borough, then today’s blog is for you. Just about everyone is familiar with how to get married at the City Clerk’s Office, a.k.a. the Manhattan Marriage Bureau. But did you also know you can have […]

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Danielle and Jon’s 26 Bridge Wedding

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From the getting ready photos at the William Vale Hotel to the industrial ambiance of the Williamsburg waterfront, Danielle and Jon’s wedding at 26 Bridge had everything Brooklyn brides adore. Are you starting to plan your own hipster wedding? Then follow along in today’s blog for all the 26 Bridge wedding details.

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Nancy and Jeff’s Bear Mountain Inn Wedding

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It’s October, and I bet you are starting to plan your Halloween costume. How about wearing your costume to a wedding?  Please meet Nancy and Jeff.  This anime-loving couple went the full ComicCon at their Bear Mountain Inn wedding, complete with guests dressed in costume.  I have all the details in today’s blog.

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Elopement Tips: 11 Do’s and Don’ts

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To ‘elope’ originally meant ‘to run away secretly with the intention of getting married, usually without parental consent.’ The definition today, however, has changed to mean simply a small wedding with a guest count of 30 people or less. If you are not planning a splashy wedding and instead want a more intimate ceremony, then […]

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Stephanie & Shane’s Gallow Green Wedding

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High atop the McKittrick Hotel, the site of the popular ‘Sleep No More’ play, sits the Gallow Green restaurant. It was here that Stephanie and Shane hosted a fabulous wedding full of love, laughter, friends, and family. Take a walk on the chic side with Stephanie and Shane — from the High Line Hotel where […]

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10 Wedding Officiant Tips: An Audience Perspective

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One of my most popular blogs is an article entitled, ‘How to Become a Wedding Officiant in NYC.’ With seven years of wedding photography under my belt, I thought I might share a few tips from my side of the aisle with all of you DIY officiants. So without further ‘I do,’ let’s count down […]

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