New York City Wedding Photographer

Hannah & Eric

This Brooklyn New York Wedding was a total blast! Hannah and Eric first reached out to me last year about getting married in New Jersey, and I was over the moon. I was so excited to have an excuse to travel again, especially to New Jersey and New York! I grew up visiting these two states often and it had been so long since I had been back! We didn’t meet until I flew up to them for the wedding. To be completely honest I was shocked – Eric was super tall, while Hannah was super short. It felt so good to finally meet them in person. Usually, I meet couples beforehand through FaceTime or coffee; however, it was fun to have this as a complete surprise!

We started the night in the hotel room with all of their friends and family. Everyone shared their favorite memories, and we sang worship music. It was such a wholesome and memorable night. Everyone was emotional and joyful to see their best friends/loved ones get married. Afterward, we got dinner a little bit past the hotel at Applebees, and everyone was so excited for the following day; the wedding. 

The next morning we woke up, and everyone started getting ready. It was such a laid back and peaceful environment. Later, we all drove to the venue where Hannah and Eric would continue to get ready. The venue was beautiful, with tons of natural lighting. There were also a ton of thought out details, such as the vow books. One of my favorite moments I got to capture was Hannah and her dad’s first look. It was so intimate and authentic. I am so grateful that these two trusted me to be apart of their big day and I will always forget all of the memories made during this Brooklyn New York wedding weekend.

The following day, I had the chance to explore Brooklyn, New York and Central Park with this lovely couple. We ran around the city photographing everything and anything and it was so much fun! We ended the night with sandwiches and a city view from their hotel room balcony!

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