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Real Wedding: The Yale Club II

After Adriana and Doug’s wedding ceremony, the couple stopped at Grand Central Station, a location significant to their relationship, an literally across the street from The Yale Club,  to take photos. The train station provides excellent backdrop for photos for couples who get married in Manhattan. If you are interested, request the professional photography permit […]

March 28, 2011

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Real Wedding: Tamra and Michael Part II

Did you see part one of Tamra and Michael’s amazing New York City wedding? Lewis Miller Designs is responsible for Tamra’s bouquet and the beautiful table arrangements. Only those who hold the key can enter Gramercy Park, it’s a big draw for those hosting their wedding reception at Gramercy Park Hotel. These photos melt my […]

February 15, 2011

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Real Wedding: Best Autumn Wedding 2009

Reeba and Dan’s rustic autumn wedding last October at Olbrich Botanical Gardens near Madison, Wisconsin was truly a highlight of my year. Having your first look before the ceremony is an opportunity to get really great photos and enjoy some time together before your guests arrive. Carving out this time relaxes couples and it is […]

September 23, 2010

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Real Wedding: Best Montauk Wedding 2009

I have been sitting on this blog post with good reason for months! Today I am thrilled to share the secret I’ve been keeping for just as long. I proud to announce that The Knot has published Gabrielle and Michael’s Montauk wedding in their Fall/Winter 2010 issue! The online version of the feature is here. […]

July 26, 2010

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Behind the Scenes: Hosting a Rooftop Brunch: Part 2

Did you miss yesterday’s post, part one of Hosting a Rooftop Brunch? Keep your guest of honor in mind when planning the details of the party, repurpose common or unlikely items and remember sometimes the smallest details can leave the largest impression on guests. The place cards with silly titles were a huge hit with […]

June 15, 2010

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How to revive dead lilacs?

My trip to the flower market on Friday was followed by a fabulous photo shoot, stay tuned for the amazing pictures by Jen Huang. Then I enjoyed getting acquainted with the lovely Missy Murphy over a long lunch sitting in the sun at Tartine in the West Village. Meanwhile the flowers I purchased at 9am, […]

May 5, 2010

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