BEST WEDDING PHOTOS OF 2019

I promised myself that I would do a Best Of every year, and this is the second one. So far so good, I am keeping my own promise (we’ll see about that in 2027).

I have no idea what my prospective or future clients expect to see in a post like this, so I did it mostly for myself. And as usual, I improvised on the way, instinctively picking my best wedding photos of 2019 -whatever that really means- while scrolling through ALL my galleries (it took me two evenings, guys). Some of those pictures reminded me of something that inspired me, like that gorgeous bouquet from the Flower Witch at Freehold, in Brooklyn. Some reminded me of a moment that made me chuckle, like the boys getting ready together in a chateau in France, laughing in their underwear.

2019 was a rough year and I was pushed to my limits many times, but looking through all the weddings that made me feel happy one way or another was therapeutic. I’ll make sure to remind myself to do this every January, if not for you, at least for me. Just like any relationship, sometimes we need to remind ourselves why we fell in love with the path we picked.

So to all the people – couples, guests, planners, florists, caterers- who made 2019 the great year that it was, thank you! And happy near year to all of you out there.

xx

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HANNAH AND SAM: A UNIQUE WEDDING A FREEHOLD, BROOKLYN

What I love the most about Hannah and Sam is that they did exactly what they wanted, from start to finish, to celebrate their love. Which is why this wedding at Freehold was so unique, and remains one of my favorite days to document this year.

Because they were already officially married after a short and sweet visit to City Hall, they really could do anything they wanted. So after meeting me in Dumbo to take the ferry in their wedding attires, they headed to Freehold, a great bar in Brooklyn with a huge backyard, to have their ceremony THEIR WAY.

They walked down the aisle holding hand, and officiated the ceremony themselves. That’s right! Who needs an officiant to fake-pronounce you husband and wife, when you are already husband and wife anyway? They held the mic for most of the ceremony, passing it to their favorite people for some inspiring speeches throughout. Sam even surprised Hannah with a song he played on hid upright bass (I still wonder how he smuggled that giant thing in the venue without her noticing, by the way) and they even had everyone in attendance proclaim them husband and wife with the help of two friends holding up signs with the words on them.

The night ended in glitter, and I’ll let you scroll to the end of this post to see what I’m talking about. But the whole day was an explosion or emotion, creativity, and color thanks to the amazing Flower Witch for her floral work. This unique wedding at Freehold is tattooed in my brain forever, and I am so happy I get so share it with all of you!

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