In just two years, Kam & Kara’s love story blossomed from a chance meeting during clinical rotations to a spontaneous elopement at NYC City Hall.
Falling in love during a pandemic was no obstacle. After knowing that they were meant to be, they had a private and meaningful City Hall elopement in New York.
They met at a local craft brewery, while working together. Eventually Shannon made their move, and Emily reciprocated. It’s been a wild, deep and effortless love
When they met, Alli was still coming to terms with her sexuality and ultimately decided to call things off and remain friends. Years later, they reconnected.
Having unsupportive family in the process of planning your wedding can be challenging, and it was something that Emily & Georgia had to overcome.
This moody meets romance styled shoot celebrates the once in a lifetime kind of love between Elise and Tanya. It’s a shoot that was feminine but bold.
After a proposal at The Unisphere at Flushing Meadow Park, Cat and Justine shared a beautiful, romantic outdoor wedding at the Vanderbilt Museum & Planetarium.
This wonderfully winter styled wedding inspiration celebrates the love between Kath and Renee, and the incredibly snowy landscapes of New York.
With eighteen bridespeople and a 4:45am start, Sarah and Victoria had their dreamy rustic barn house wedding day in New Jersey.
While they had thought of eloping, their Preist convinced them to have just a handful of their favorite people in attendance as they shared vows in their own backyard.