These two have their priorities straight and weren’t afraid to think outside of the box when it came to structuring their wedding in a way that best fit them! Because many of their guests were traveling to NYC for their wedding day, Danielle and Sean were really reluctant to leave their guests for even a small period of time just for the sake of portraits. They really appreciated the gesture and sacrifice it took everyone to travel for their wedding and so they decided not to leave their wedding for pictures – at all! Instead, the morning before their wedding, we all woke up before the sun to capture some of New York’s most iconic locations as the set for their bridal portraits. — Don’t freak — No, Danielle did not wear her actual wedding gown, and Sean didn’t wear his tux. (What a way to sneak in a 2nd bridal look! — I see you Danielle! 🙂 ) Instead, the two dawned elopement (ish) attire. Danielle wore a silk cowl neck midi dress (a consignment wedding gown she had tailored) and Sean wore dark pants and a nice light blazer. We spent the early morning hours at Bethesda Terrace in Central Park, and on the Brooklyn bridge – talk about iconic!
Their full wedding day at New York’s Press Lounge is coming soon, but for now, feast your eyes on Manhattan at dawn. <3
These people are top notch, this session was a dream, and I can’t wait to show you the full wedding day!