Melissa and Kym came to New York City from Australia for their Christmas Eve elopement. I loved working with this fantastic couple on their wedding. I helped them plan their oversees elopement and was on hand on the day of the wedding to make sure it all went seamlessly.
Melissa and Kym came to me three months before their nuptials with a rough idea of what they wanted their NYC elopement to be. This super easy-going couple had a clear vision of a simple, elegant wedding. Browse threw the elements of the wedding so beautifully photographed by their ever-so-talented elopement photographer Amber Marlow.
I know it's been a while, but there are so many new weddings and elopements to see on the website. Go over to the Praise page to check out all the fabulous photos and reviews I've recently received. There are also new photos on the Home and Service pages. I hope to highlight a different wedding on the blog each month from 2016 wedding season. For now, go check out these photos! They are pretty amazing!!
If you are planning a fall or winter wedding in 2017, I would love to be a part of it. Find the Service page that fits your needs and fill out the contact form to start today. Month long Coordination, Elopements or Partial Planning packages are available.
I walked into the hotel room of the Ludlow Hotel to find a tall, handsome groom in a smart suit running out as his bride sat facing the window having her makeup done. The room was calm and happy as the make-up artist finish her work. The bride's friend tidied up the room as the photographer snapped a few pictures of the bride and her wedding details. The scene was quite familiar since most brides have a very similar pre-wedding routine, but this wedding was different: The couple will soon be getting married at City Hall. They came from across the pond (the UK) with a handful of friends who will witness their nuptials. I was invited by my friend, Amber Marlow, the photographer for this wedding, to be her assistant. I shadowed her to learn all about New York City elopements, and I sure did learn a lot!
Surprised to hear that from a wedding planner? The fact is, a wedding designer and a wedding planner or coordinator are not the same things. They require very different skill sets and are rarely found in the same individual. A wedding designer is the artistic talent. They are likely the person to create the vision for your event. They often have backgrounds in floral design, interior decorating or fashion, whereas, the planner is the nuts and bolts person. They are focused on event management, the logistics and the timeline. Who do you need for your event? Much depends on the type of wedding you are having and your personality. Here are some things to think about...
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