I am so happy to bring you the Merchant’s House Museum wedding photos of Colleen and Sean! Though the couple lives in Seattle, New York City is near and dear to their hearts. Their wedding day took them on an adventure from the museum, to Washington Square Park, and finally to Tribeca for an intimate dinner. I’ve got all the details in today’s blog post!
Colleen and Sean had their ceremony on a lovely day in the back garden of the Merchant’s House Museum. If you haven’t checked out the museum, which is located in the middle of NoHo, you definitely should. This lush oasis in the middle of the city is the perfect venue for small weddings. The museum inside is filled with antiques from the 1800s.
After the couple exchanged vows, we visited Washington Square Park for a few quick portraits. Our final stop was the restaurant Trattoria Cinque for the reception. The servings are huge, and the service was outstanding. Again, if you are having a small wedding, then the small room in the back of the restaurant is ideal. With the brick walls and large wooden table, the room has a very cozy atmosphere. Enjoy the pics!
Ceremony venue: Merchant’s House Museum
Officiant: Rev. Mary-Rose Engle
Reception venue: Trattoria Cinque Restaurant [2016 edit: now closed]
Interested in seeing another set of Merchant’s House Museum wedding photos? Check out all the details of Catherine and Wes’s wedding here.
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