Our day begins with an excited groom, an enthusiastic bride and a moment that Lindsay and Mike will cherish forever. As Mike waited at the end of a stony bridge at Clove Lakes Park in NYC, Lindsay made her way to him for their First Look. They shared a couple of coy glances before breaking into full smiles once the moment truly sunk in. I loved taking their wedding portraits and thought that they looked like Disney royalty come to life!
Lindsay’s mother walked her down the aisle of Vetro, a luxurious Italian restaurant and lounge. They both looked absolutely beautiful as the mother of the bride gave her daughter away. The ceremony was short but sweet, and the room was full of people who were thrilled to see these two married. After the “I do’s”, it was time to celebrate at the rooftop cocktail lounge and then the wedding reception.
The first dance followed a lively cocktail hour, and Mike and Lindsay were brilliant to choose Justin Timberlake’s “Not a Bad Thing” because it put people in quite a dancing mood! The formal toasts were warm and heartfelt, the dishes prepared by world renowned Chef Michael DeGeorgio were exquisite, the autumnal floral arrangements were spectacular and the cake … well, just look! Four tiers and a cascade of metallic-toned roses were as beautiful and unique as our couple. The rest of the night was spent mingling and laughing, reminiscing and congratulating. It was perfection.
Congratulations, Lindsay and Mike. I wish you every happy thing in your future together!