The perfect New York City engagement party held at Ada’s Place in Manhattan. A cool, chic, and stylish celebration!
Jack and Joe
Set in the beautiful Catskills at the Beaver Kill Valley Inn, Jack and Joe’s celebration was a fall wedding of your dreams. Set on the grounds of an elegant country inn, the Catskills destination wedding took place over three crisp autumn days. No gay wedding would be complete without an inflatable peacock for the pool party and for an epic selection of pool photos. A choir serenaded the grooms as they walked down the aisle and a bouquet of sage was burnt to clear any negative energy. They needn’t have worried, because all I witnessed that weekend was love.
The Bethesda Fountain in Central Park proved the perfect backdrop for an NYC family portrait shoot. Bethesda Fountain sits on the lower level of the terrace of New York’s City’s Central Park. The pool features Emma Stebbins’ Angel of the Water, a fountain statue unveiled in 1873. A family portrait shoot involving teenage boys can be a challenge, but Melik and Elijah were as angelic as the fountain itself. (They may have been bribed with cheeseburgers!)
Kim and Wayne married last summer at Himley Hall, a seventeenth century Grade II* listed building set in 180 acres in the West Midlands. Famous for it’s Royal connections, In 1934, the Duke and Duchess of Kent honeymooned at Himley. The Prince of Wales (later Edward VIII) spent his last weekend there before his abdication. The perfect setting for a Black Country Wedding.
Set in the beautiful Birtsmorton Court, in Malvern, Worcestershire, Jak and Aimee tied the knot amongst family and friends in idyllic English countryside. Birtsmorton Court is a medieval moated manor house, built in the 15th Century, with beautiful gardens and grounds. A perfect English summer day was the back drop for Jak and Aimee’s wedding, which featured a ceremony held in the maze, cocktails on the terrace overlooking the moat and gardens, and the wedding breakfast served in the Garden Room. A perfect english wedding ceremony with the most beautiful bride and groom (I am a little biased as Jak is my brother and Aimee my new sister-in-law!)
City hall weddings have their own flavour of romance. After a lightning fast ceremony, the newlyweds, Chris and Linda, headed to Nickel and Diner for a champagne lunch followed by a stroll in the streets of Soho.