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Megan & James

May 12, 2014

Back, and Forth, to the Future

Forget the romantic first meal– Megan and James’ was in the high school lunchroom. They’d hung out a bit in middle school, partied a little and been in the drama club, but any offstage drama was not on the program. Fast forward to some casual dating in the college years, when Megan recalls finding him “more attractive and worldly.” It was apparently mutual, and in April, school lunch was traded in for wedding reception at Briarcliff Manor’s All Saints’ Episcopal Church. James rang the church bell, marking the years of their history, and there was even some of our own: our daughter was one of the bridesmaids! See the full gallery here.

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Molly and Zach

August 20, 2013

Beauty and Brains

Young couples in love are always beautiful, but was this engagement party doubling as a Tommy Hilfiger shoot? The women slender, hair flowing; the men in navy blazers and pastel button-downs; the backdrop the rippling Long Island Sound. Anna Wintour was nowhere to be found, but she wasn’t missed among the 120 guests at Rye’s American Yacht Club swaying to Latin rhythms on a balmy summer’s eve. That’s the beauty part; the brains part began 3 1/2 years ago at Oxford, where the bride- and groom-to-be met while studying. Yup, we thought, guess it is possible to have it all!

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Babs and Betsy

October 30, 2012

In the Spotlight

These brides may have met at Manhattan’s feminist-empowering WOW Cafe Theatre, but in October they had starring roles in their own production  The stage was set at Orient,  Long Island’s, Poquatuck Hall with verdant lawns and sprawling trees as backdrop. And the costumes! Elegant custom-designed satin suits, Babs in cream and Betsy in seafoam.  Bab’s colleague from the renowned 5 Lesbian Brothers theatre group played a supporting role, as did ring bearer Eli and flower girls Eva and Rose.  Our review is in:  it’s going to be a much loved, long running show!

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Evelyn and Joel

October 28, 2012

Kiss, then Tell

Most couples can hold out until after the I Do’s to “kiss the bride,” but not this one! Maybe it was the idyllic setting at Chappaqua’s Crabtree’s Kittle House, but their wedded bliss certainly got an early start. Or maybe, since they met on J-Date, they couldn’t wait to prove the online-dating skeptics wrong. One thing’s for sure: this couple doesn’t waste any time; their first date was in a near-empty restaurant the day before Thanksgiving, an ideal get-to-know-you opportunity. We got plenty of our own thanks for being “kind and patient with amazing energy,” in Evelyn’s post-wedding note. You’re so welcome!

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Carolyn and Brian

August 10, 2012

Palazzo on the Hudson

Though it wasn’t Venice’s Grand Canal in the background but Tarrytown’s Hudson, Carolyn and Brian’s 20th Anniversary dinner was just as romantic. Venice was where they met, and where Brian proposed, and that city’s magic was just as evident at The Castle’s hilltop garden. From the Terrace perch, the toasts flowed as gracefully as Carolyn’s bridal veil (we got our own toast of “Wow, the photos are awesome!” soon after), and we could have sworn we saw a gondola gliding past on the river below.

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White Plains, NY Wedding Photography

August 17, 2011

DENNIS and MICHAEL – Hooray for Gay!

It was a special privilege to shoot this wedding: White Plains’ first gay marriage! And Dennis and Michael did the new freedom proud: stunning in matching tuxes and ties. Were there ever newlyweds who glowed more? And that’s after being together for decades! Before heading off to celebrate at Serafina with family and friends, Judge JoAnn Friia offered the couple final words of advice: “Now don’t fight!” After 21 years together, we’re not worried.

First gay wedding in White Plains courthouse.

First gay wedding in White Plains courthouse.

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Brooke and Tim

July 4, 2011

Irish Eyes Were Smiling!

My half-Irish self was doing a jig (Margaret speaking here) throughout this shoot at The Links Golf Club, starting with the sight of the entryway’s Gaelic signage “cead mile failte” (translation: a hundred thousand welcomes). We could have been in Ireland itself, what with a bagpiper’s melodies as background and La Grangeville, NY’s, emerald hills, pewter skies and rustic silos as backdrop. Were those the giggles of flower girls or leprechauns out here in the field? Either way, the luck o ‘the Irish flowed.
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Margaret and Tim

June 4, 2011

Welcome

Welcome to our blog! We are so excited to feature the best part of our work: sharing the most extraordinary days in the lives of the wonderful couples we meet, and chronicling that day in photographs that reflect their unique love and joy.  We’ll be posting photos and little stories about those couples here, as well as helpful tips, products and services. So check in with us often, and let us know how we can help make your own unique day just as extraordinary. We can’t wait to meet you!

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