Today's spectacular wedding was photographed by G.E. Masana Photography and I just love his photographs. The amazingly detailed photos and the texture that is captured astounds me each time I see a wedding by G.E. Today's bride didn't want a cookie cutter wedding and this was definitely achieved. G.E. says the the bride was into all different types of vintagy hand crafted woodwork items that served to decorate the wedding. Oh, and there was also pumpkin ravioli, yum.
I love how G.E. captures the "First Look" of couples. He photographs from afar to capture their "real expressions and genuine emotions". After the first look the bride told G.E. that she wanted to gift her groom with a present. Therefore, this was another "first" moment to capture. The bride had a pocket watch for her groom that held sentimental value and meaning to him. And, here's what G.E. writes about this moment that is best said in his words . . . "This was also a "first". It's not just the "first look" that's significant. Yes, it's significant - but there's other "firsts" that happen throughout the wedding day, aren't there?"
Thank you to G.E. Masana for sharing another breaktaking wedding with my readers today.
Reception: The Royalton Mansion
Hair by Michael Kleinman, Metro Modes Salon
Make-up: Shara Strand
Bridal Gown Designer: Casablanca @ Lillette’s Bridal
Flowers by Wade Bernesby, Spitz & Peck, NYC
Music by Jay Benci, Party Up Productions
Cocktail Hour Musicians: Brewflies