This wedding is a perfect mix of “hipster” and classic. The couple got married in the Housing Works Bookstore Caféin New York. The venue had enough decor alone, that the simple details were perfect! I love that JBM wedding photographytook shots of the bride in a bright orange chair in the middle of a NYC side street. Such a fabulous photo I know she’ll have, and love, forever!
From the photographer: “Sean and Kate are one of those couples who have been together forever and the world just wouldn’t seem right if they weren’t. That’s what made their wedding day so special. It was a very personal occasion and I was privileged to shoot it for them.”
“Courtney and Ben had a backyard wedding and squaredance reception in a barn in Hunter, New York. Instead of a ”getting ready” shoot, Courtney opted for photographic coverage of the wedding details, which she spent months crafting all herself! From handmade name cards hanging from a closeline to authentic old-timey wooden arrow signs pointing towards parking and west philly, Courtney’s investment of time in her details created an unforgettable and magical wedding.”-Avi Loren Fox Photography
From the Photographer: “Anita and Zach had an outdoor wedding at the family pond, which has long been a location for family picnic’s and get-together’s. They managed to transform the pond from an everyday picnic location into a magical outdoor reception site, complete with candles hanging from willow trees and fireworks to finish off the night. While planning a wedding from out-of-state, Anita was sure to include special details that focused on their relationship as well as their families. Most of the details were either created by Anita herself, or by friends and family members, keeping the wedding as Do-It-Yourself as possible, while still being elegant and enchanting.”-rgs photography