When I am loosely planning my blogging schedule, it is normally in order of when the events or sessions were photographed. Sometimes, like right now, things get really out of order and I look at an engagement session that I photographed 10 months ago and wonder how I could have possibly not gotten around to sharing it yet! Now that Rebecca and Adam’s wedding is just a few days away, I knew I could delay no longer! So here you have the most adorable couples engagement session, photographed in the always beautiful Central Park in Manhattan. I hope you enjoy the photos, these two were a real pleasure to hang out with and capture and I can not wait to photograph their wedding!
Maytal’s entire family was a joy to work with, each with a brighter and warmer smile and personality then the next. In honor of Maytal’s Bat Mitzvah, the family planted a tree in the forests of Israel for every guest that came to the event. If that is not enough of a testament of how incredible they are, I dont know what is! I can’t wait for her sister Keira’s Bat Mitzvah next year!
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I am usually a stickler for posting event blog posts in the order that they happen. That does mean that things can run a little behind over here on the blog (read: a few months behind). I am always excited to share the events I have captured - going over the photos to choose the best of the best to post here brings me back to the day of the event or session and I love that feeling! Once in a while, every aspect of a session lines up so perfectly - from the weather to the mood to the timing - that I just can’t wait the normal few months to share it!
So here we have Nina and Gilad’s engagement session in Dumbo!
Nina has been a friend and fan of my work for years now, and when she got engaged, I knew I wanted to be the one to capture it all for her. I was not surprised in the slightest that we had the most relaxed and fun time capturing these photos. I know you will be smiling by the end of this post - I break into a grin every time I look at these amazing memories captured. I can not wait for their wedding day, it is sure to be amazing!
When a couple is as in love and adorable together as Chana and Motty are, it honestly makes my job easy. Just have a look at how beautiful those couple portraits are and you’ll see exactly what I mean! If a wedding venue does not have the nicest areas to take photos, I will usually encourage a bride and groom to take the photos at a nearby park. We definitely had no problem like that here as the wedding was at the Picnic House in the very beautiful Prospect Park in Brooklyn. Every little touch of personality and individuality in these photos makes me smile - from the lovely flowers to the unique handmade (by the bride!) gown, to the bowties and corsages. Let me know what you think of them!
I don’t think anyone could have prepared me for the roller coaster that is having three children. As our third son’s due date was drawing nearer, we assumed that we would have everything under control, and everything - including our presence on social media and with blogging - would stay as consistent as it had been. As you can guess, that is not exactly what happened! Three months later, though, we are back at it!
What better way to jump back into our blog then with this beautiful beach wedding! Talya and Michael took in the warmth and sunshine at the beach and you can see it in the glow on their faces. It’s no surprise that Spring, Summer and Fall weddings are favorites around here. Although there is a magic to a winter wonderland wedding, give me Spring flowers, Summer sunshine and Fall foliage any day and I’m a happy camper!