The Wedding of Marianna and Josh at Wykagyl Country Club | New York Wedding Photographer

A summer heat wave, a couple of thunderstorms with a lot of rain and a forty-two minute power outage. Not exactly the words I would use to describe many weddings, but they are words to describe what Marianna and Josh experienced on their big day. Despite it all, we were able to shoot portraits outdoors as planned in between showers. Luckily the power outage was during the cocktail hour and the reception went off as planned. My favorite parts of their day are here for you to enjoy. A beautiful dress, a first look, an intimate ceremony, dramatic portraits at a beautiful club, a couple of emotional toasts and an excitable dance party. Thanks, Marianna and Josh, for letting me be part of your story.

Ceremony & Reception – Wykagyl Country Club – New Rochelle, NY

Floral – Arcadia Floral; Band – East Coast Band; Cake – Fleetwood Pastry Shop

Dress – Needle and Thread

 

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