10 things we LOVED about shooting this NYC wedding this summer:
number one- it was in New York City! We lived there for 14 years and hadn't been back in two, so it's always like going home.
two-First look! So nice to see each other before the wedding! We were able to stroll down Wall Street to Battery Gardens and get some great candids a long the way.
three-Taxis! We couldn't walk all the way so luckily they're everywhere!
four - Public art- so wonderful to be able to run into a Mark Di Suvero and the Red Cube by Noguchi and use as backdrops!
five - Balloons- the groom created a unique tradition where he handed out a balloon to each member of the wedding party- then afterwards they all released them together!
six - Pink ukelele! How cute was this family band that played the cocktail hour with her electric pink ukelele, her Dad on stand up bass and her brother on keyboards.
seven- Great toasts- His brother in law,Best Man and their families all rose to the occasion and delivered the funniest toasts!
eight - No cake cutting- just lots of yummy desserts and more time for salsa dancing!
nine - Creating new traditions- since they didn't have a car to decorate- their friends made them "Just married" sashes with babies and beer ( pabst blue ribbon no less!)
ten -The views - from Battery Gardens are incredible since it's in Battery Park and you can see the ferries and the Statue of Liberty.
Plus one more- the sweet family friend willing to run out for deodorant, nail polish and toothpaste!
and relaxing the day after with old friends and drinks by the model boat pond in Central Park in the cool fall weather, seeing studios, meeting newborns and eating Indian in Jackson Heights!
Congrats Mare & James!
See the SLIDESHOW here!