Amy and George got married this past summer in New York City. Although not my first Manhattan-based couple, it was my first Manhattan wedding, and the reception was be at the legendary Bryant Park (clearly I watch too much Project Runway). I met Amy and George through Katie & Ryan, so I already knew how much fun they could be at a wedding! They did not disappoint! There were so many wonderful little details to their day. They included all of their nieces and nephews in the wedding, so they were surrounded by adorable flower girls and ring bearers (as well as one beautiful junior bridesmaid). The favors were bottles of hot sauce with a label that said “You’re Hot, Call Me,” which is apparently the note Amy left on George’s car when they first met. How great is that story?
The handsome groom. This looks like a photo taken straight out of a movie! I love it! Taken, of course, by my talented second shooter, Allana Taranto.
Since we were in NYC, Allana & I had to hop in a cab to get down to our portrait location. We met up with the bride and groom and the rest of their wedding party at the Flatiron Building and used the sidewalk space out front for our portraits. We were even able to see the Empire State Building in some of our shots! It was so very romantically New York City!
The reception was held at the Bryant Park Grill which was amazing! The cocktail hour was out on the roof and the reception was in the main dining area.
The cake was made by the sugar Sweet sunshine Bakery in the Bowery.
And the dancing! Oh was there ever dancing! Bud Maltin Metropolitan Music provided the night’s soundtrack and Amy and George’s wedding guests danced all night. George’s nieces and nephews even put together a performance of a Justin Bieber song. It doesn’t get any cuter than that! And there’s always lots of singing into spoons. One of these days I’ll have to find out how that started, but for now I’m just happy with all of the awesome photos it gets me!
Amy and George, thank you so much for including us in your wedding day! We had so much fun! And I know that honeymoon was well deserved! I always love a good reason to get down to New York City – adventure abounds down there!