Sea Cliff Manor Wedding - Jessica & Mike

Photographer: Jennifer Lam Photography @jenniferlamphoto

Second Photographer: Cait McCarthy Photo

Venue: Sea Cliff Manor @seacliffmanor_
Hair: @hairbypaulines
Makeup: Rebelle with a Gloss @rebellewithagloss
Floral Design: @verbena_designs
Wedding Dress: @blossombridesny@essence of australia
Bridesmaids Dresses: @dessygroup
Groom's Attire: @suitsupply
Groomsmen Attire: @menswearhouse
Invitations: @shutterflywedding
Shoes: @naturalizer
Cinematographer: By Design Films @bydesignfilms
Cake: @dortonibakery
Music: @hanklanemusic

Carltun Wedding, East Meadow, NY- Meaghan & Nick

Meaghan & Nick were married this past February at St. Boniface Martyr Church in Sea Cliff, NY. Meaghan’s dad is the deacon and their church ceremony at her church was one that she had dreamed of her whole life. They then celebrated with a beautiful reception at the Carltun in Eisenhower Park in East Meadow, NY. This wedding was extra sentimental & special with tons of personal elements!

Photography: Jennifer Lam Photography

Venue: The Carltun
Church: St. Boniface
Hair: @primpli_victoriagabriel
Makeup: LG Artistry
Calligraphy: Loria Letters
Floral Design: Beautiful Flowers NY
Dress: Wedding Salon of Manhasset Sareh Nouri
Bridesmaid's Dresses: Lotus Bridal
Invitations: Sincerely Jackie

Rachel & Paul's Intimate Long Island Wedding

Rachel & Paul met thirteen years ago when they were both still in high school!  After dating for almost 11 years, Paul asked Rachel to be his wife at the park where they first met. Knowing how important Rachel's family is to her, Paul couldn't have done it alone.  He even flew her sister in from PARIS so that she could be there for the proposal.  Rachel said "YES!"  She would marry Paul, and she would even do it TWICE!

The couple decided to have TWO weddings. One intimate wedding at their church on Long Island where they could be surrounded by their immediate families, and their faith, and a second civil ceremony and reception where they could celebrate with their friends and extended family. 

Surrounded by the people that mean the world to them, Rachel and Paul got married at the Church of Saint Patrick in Huntington, Long Island. Rachel walked down the aisle arm in arm with her father, while Paul beamed at the altar. 

After exchanging rings and vows, Rachel & Paul strolled through town to Fado, a quaint little Portuguese restaurant where they celebrated with the people that are closest to them.