This wonderful couple came to me at the most perfect time and Erica and I connected immediately on a deep level. Her trust in me early in the planning process made the journey and the end result extrodinary.
Erica is Jewish and Brian is Catholic and I’ve never seen a couple honor each other’s religions in more thoughtful or beautiful ways. A dear friend of the groom, a priest, performed the ceremony and shared so many personal sentiments and lovingly acknowleded the couple’s beliefs and their parents who they lost earlier in the year.
Thrilled we could honor Erica and Brian’s wishes for a waterfront venue, the below zero temperatures did not stop this amazing duo from taking in the city skyline and posing for a few pictures.
The bride’s mom’s favorite flowers were lilacs and thinking it was imposible to find lilacs in late December, Gabrielle from G! Designs did the impossible and these beuatiful blooms were incorporated into the bride’s bouquet and were the only pop of color in this white winter wedding. This was such a special way to honor Erica’s deep love for her mother who she lost only a few month before the wedding.
The groom was all about his cake and the bride was excited about this festive gold linen.
The fireworks were a bonus and sealed the deal when Erica and Brian were deciding on a venue. They were almost compromised by the cold temperatures, and this photos was not easy to get, but Catherine’s commitment to her craft and her couples is excellent and we were all determined.
Enormous gratitude to the amazing team who made this wedding happen. I am so grateful and honored to have collaborated with this crew: