Planning a wedding is a ton of work. We know. Karis and I planned two for ourselves, and we now live and breathe this stuff for a living – so needless to say, we’re pretty much (self-proclaimed) experts at this point. One of the key things I like to remind our clients is that as long as the bride and groom show up, the wedding is already 99% successful. Everything else are just minor details.
And to put it gently, lets just say that Christina & Jeremy both had all sorts of “minor details” going on that morning. If you can name it, then it probably happened. But in the end, they both showed up on time with flying colors – so they both still deserve A+’s in our book!
As professional wedding photographers, we already knew that Christina & Jeremy’s wedding celebration at The Palace at Somerset Park was going to be just fine. As Jeremy told us later that evening: Despite all the stuff that was happening this morning, once we saw Ben & Karis’ faces we knew everything was going to be alright.”
No pressure or anything, folks :).
I was making My Big Fat Greek Wedding jokes all day, and the Father of the Bride busts out with some Windex.
Well played, sir.
Venue & Catering: The Palace at Somerset Park // Catering: The Palace at Somerset Park // Ceremony/Officiant: Rabbi Steve Meltz // Hair: Beauty Artist Group // Dress: Bliss by Monique Lhuillier // Shoes: Christian Louboutin // Jewelry: Majestic Diamond Inc., Jay Roberts Jewelers, and borrowed from family // Floral/Decor: Columbia Florist, Bronx, NY // Entertainment: Classie Sounds Entertainment // Stationery: William Arthur – Papyrus of Westfield & Picture Your Love – Etsy // Favors: Kentrikon & Noufaro // Cinematography: Tweed