I love the classic and dark looks of Manhattan weddings, so Claire and Eric's party was right up my alley. From Claire's gorgeous dress to Eric's sharp tux, everything in between was magic. They were wed at the Millesime restaurant in the Carlton Hotel in Manhattan, which set the backdrop to the mood. A big thanks to Kat Harris for photographing this one with me.
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One of my best friends, Kim Robinson, was on a plane back to New York from California and sat next to a couple. He ends up chatting them up and becomes friends with them. He invites us all to his birthday party in Brooklyn, which consisted of us picking our favorite movie clips and we'd explain why and play it on a projector (which btw, was one of the greatest ideas ever). Kim had mentioned to me that they were engaged, so we setup a consultation to chat about their wedding. I find out that she is from San Diego as well and is planning to have her wedding in Balboa Park, the Central Park of San Diego. They would be my first New York couple getting married in San Diego, which has become a prevalent theme in a business since then.
While this can be a testament of how sociable my friend Kim is, it can also be looked at as a tale of fate. While all couples are fated to meet, can the people who capture their weddings be fated as well? In this case, I think it can be. So I'd like you to view the photos of Neshani and Mathew. Their wedding was a blending of love, culture and everything in between.
See more photos on the Wedding Party blog.