Joelle and Josh had the rainiest of days for their wedding this past spring, but these two didn’t let the weather get them down for their 26 Bridge Wedding in Brooklyn. Joelle lights up a room with her laughter, as you may remember from their Red Hook Brooklyn Engagement photos, and it was no different on the wedding day. This was my first big event back after my maternity leave, and it was such a great reminder of how much I love my job. These two had me smiling all day, and even though we got rained on, it didn’t make a difference in the slightest.

26 Bridge is a great venue in Brooklyn, bonus is that it’s in awesome neighborhood for photos. Due to the rain we started off in the huge tunnel under the Manhattan Bridge, which is perfect as it allows for natural light, but we were still out of the rain. Joelle & Josh’s first look was perhaps my favorite first look of all time. Josh’s face when we saw Joelle was priceless. THIS is why you do first looks people! 🙂

After getting lots of photos outside, we snapped a few inside 26 Bridge as well before they signed their ketubah and had their ceremony. After a joyful exchange of vows, they tore up the dance floor with an awesome reception!

Congratulations Joelle and Josh! Thanks so much for having me!

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Wedding Day Vendors: 

Dress: Bagdley Mishka || Suit: Suit Supply || Wedding Coordinator: The Unruffled Bride || Venue: 26 Bridge || DJ: Cornell McIntosh || Flowers: August, Sage & Violet || Hair: Caroline Mitgang || Make-Up: Benefit Cosmetics || Photographer: De Nueva Photography

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So you guys, 2017? It was a crazy one. It turns out having a baby and shooting a full wedding/elopement season? Tricky business. I managed to stay on top of my client work, but getting full blog posts up fell by the wayside. However, I’m finally getting a chance to breath again over the winter so I wanted to get caught up on all the awesomeness that was 2017.

First up! Sarah and Noa’s Park Slope Brooklyn wedding at Scottadito Osteria Toscana. They were supposed to be married in the summer. However, I was contacted by Sarah in the fall to find out their original venue had closed and they had to move their date! While most people might be freaked out, these guys seemed to handle it was grace and were set up at Scottadito Osteria in no time. The only thing? I would be 36 weeks pregnant. But never fear, these guys were beyond understanding and I brought along a second shooter and had plenty of back-up and it worked out wonderfully.

I started off the day with Sarah at her apartment in Park Slope. In the meantime my second shooter hung out with Noa and caught all the hilarious tie tying antics of two friends who don’t normally wear ties. 🙂 It had snowed the day before their wedding, so there was a fresh coat of winter wonderland all over Brooklyn. We did their first look in Park Slope and then wandered up to Prospect Park and Grand Army Plaza for portraits. That winter light? It was golden perfection. Paired with a couple who loves to laugh and be goofy? I was a happy photographer.

Congratulations (and almost happy anniversary) Sarah & Noa! Thanks for being awesome!

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Wedding Day Vendors: 

Hair/Make-Up: Cari Duprey || Flowers: Tap Root Flowers || Dress: Schone Bride || Cake: Cousin John’s Bakery || Officiant: Doug Martin and the Hon. Sarah Netburn || Second Shooter: Sarah Hoppes || Venue and Catering: Scottadito Osteria Toscana || Photographer: De Nueva Photography

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Yesterday started off as a rainy day, but things eventually cleared up and Diane and David had a wonderful elopement at City Hall. They flew in from San Francisco to exchange vows in the Manhattan City Clerk’s Office with a good friend acting as their witness.

After making things official, they exited to a confetti toss and then we hopped in an uber to take some fun photos in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Their was a bit of fog hanging around the skyline, but we still enjoyed some great views along with the ever popular shot of the Manhattan Bridge along Washington Street.

After finishing their photos I sent them off to celebrate and enjoy what was sure to be an amazing meal at Eleven Madison Park. Congratulations Diane and David! I wish you all the best!

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Hoping to get married at the Manhattan City Clerk’s Office?

Check out my Guide to City Hall Weddings for more information!

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What a lovely winter City Hall Wedding in Manhattan! Tim and Cara had their New York elopement this morning at the City Clerk’s Office on Worth Street. It was a snowy wet day outside, but that meant inside City Hall was nearly empty so we got through in record time!

After they exchanged vows, we headed out into the streets to take some fun snaps around Tribeca, one of my favorite neighborhoods for wedding portraits near City Hall. Tim and Cara did an amazing job in the cold and we got some wonderful snowy winter photos. Sometimes the weather you don’t plan for makes for lovely images!

Congratulations Tim and Cara! I wish you guys all the best!

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Would you like to get married at City Hall in NYC?

Check out my Guide to City Hall Weddings for more information!

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I hope you all had a fantastic holiday season and a happy new year!

I’ll be working on a bunch of behind the scenes things as I enter a bit of slower season for weddings, hopefully getting caught up on a bunch of blog posts and a few highlight posts and portfolio updates for you as well.

But first! 2018 got off to a wonderful start right off the bat with Lila and Aron! These two were so much fun and were such troopers in the cold. We started off the day with portraits in Central Park with some gorgeous winter light before heading downtown for their Manhattan Penthouse wedding. Here’s a quick sneak peek at their celebration, lots more to come!

Congratulations Lila and Aron!

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