Archive for the ‘New Jersey Weddings’ Category

  • Noha and Karim, Wedding Reception at the Mezzanine in Newark, New Jersey

    Date: 2010.08.03 | Category: New Jersey Weddings, Newark Weddings, The Mezzanine Weddings | Response: 0

    Noha and Karim recently held their wedding reception (they had the actual ceremony overseas a few weeks ago) at The Mezzanine in Newark. It was basically a non stop dance party the likes of which I have never seen in real life (maybe in some of my favorite 80′s movies starring John Cusack though). It was a much shorter day than normal since there was no ceremony, so I didn’t take a ton of photos, but I was really happy with the images we did come up with. All in all a great start to the real beginning of the wedding season.

  • Jillian and Chris, Wedding at Florentine Gardens, River Vale New Jersey

    Date: 2010.08.03 | Category: Florentine Gardens Weddings, New Jersey Weddings, River Vale Weddings | Response: 0

    I just wanted to put up a really quick post about Chris and Jillian’s beautiful wedding at the Florentine Gardens a few weeks ago before I have to leave town for Santa Fe for the rest of the week. It was a ton of fun to shoot, and I am once again reminded that May is one of my favorite times of the year to be out and about taking photographs; the weather just could not have been nicer. Combine the lovely weather with the incredibly fun Chris and Jill and you have pretty much the perfect day of photography.

  • Joanne & Ryan: July 4th wedding at the Highlawn Pavilion in West Orange, NJ

    Date: 2010.07.09 | Category: Highlawn Pavilion Weddings, New Jersey Weddings, West Orange Weddings | Response: 0

    I think that getting married on the 4th of July is pretty much one of the coolest things you can do. The reception was on a cliff overlooking New York City, and for whatever reason, this year the city decided to launch its fireworks on the west side of the island rather than east. Like the moon, the fireworks were a bit too far away to get decent photos of, but they were amazing to watch, everyone pressed their faces up the glass, and the oohhs and aahhs were pretty much nonstop.