Emily and Felix Wedding – Bride and Groom – 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge – Susan Shek Photography
You’ve looked at hundreds of photos for inspiration on venues, fashion, beauty, décor, and flowers to create the wedding of your dreams. The big day finally arrives, and everyone agrees, from start to finish, your wedding was more breathtaking than anything they had ever seen on Pinterest or Instagram. Now imagine after putting in all that time, effort, and money, the photos come back and none of your favorite moments or details are anywhere to be seen. Heartbreaking to say the least. Read More
Kristen & Joe Wedding – Bride Groom – Trumpets at the Gate – Kim Mancuso Photography
After months of researching Instagram. Pinterest, and wedding planning websites, you’ve finally chosen a wedding photographer. But the work doesn’t stop there. With so many variables coming into play, maintaining clear and open communication with the person or company shooting your wedding is paramount. Nothing is worse than experiencing a newlywed buzz kill because of unforeseen additional costs or your photos were actually taken by a ‘photographer-in-training.’
We couldn’t think of a better person to give advice on the subject than photographer Kim Mancuso. Below, Kim discusses the five questions every couple should ask their wedding photographer. Read More
The power of a photograph to conjure memories and emotions from the most important times in our lives is undeniable. This is especially true for wedding photographs. Since childhood, Kim Mancuso has had a fascination for the captured image and its ability to share experiences and stories. We were first introduced to Kim’s work through BB Featured Bride Kristen’s summer wedding at Trumpet at The Gate. From the intimate moments to the grand gestures, her photographs were an authentic expression of the day from beginning to end.
Kim just launched her new photography website. With the Spring/Summer wedding season just around the corner, we thought it would be a great idea to interview Kim for our Women Paving the Aisle series. Here, she talks about her professional journey, unique approach to photographing weddings, building trust with clients, and creative inspirations. Read More
Sophia & Sam Wedding – Bride – Tribeca 360 NYC – by Shira Weinberger
Finding your wedding dress can be a daunting task. You want to feel and look beautiful as soon as you put it on. You want the dress to be something you can’t stop thinking about even while sifting through rack after rack of other beautiful designs. Ultimately, you want what you wear down the aisle to represent you. Today, we talk with our featured bride Sophia about the moment she knew when to say “yes to the dress.”
Part 2: Wedding Gown & Personals
Like many brides-to-be, Sophia began the search for her wedding dress online. The worldwide web can be an overwhelming place, especially when looking for something that means so much to you. Sophia had an easier time than most though. “I spent a lot of time on the Internet looking for wedding dresses and found one that I kept going back to. As I went through the trying on process, it was the one that I would always compare the other dresses to. It didn’t take long before I knew that that first dress was the one for me.” Read More
Who are two of the most important people on your wedding day? The bride and groom, best man and maid-of-honor, and last but certainly not least, your florist and your photographer. Because we here at Bride and Blossom spend months making sure that every last detail of your wedding decor is perfect, and your photographer’s job is to capture that perfection, we naturally form close relationships with the photographers we work with.
Natural Expressions is one of our favorites. They work closely with each bride to create a customized plan that highlights the natural beauty of your love story while using the sleek conventions of fashionable photojournalism to make sure that you remember your wedding day for decades to come. A winner of multiple Wedding Wire awards, Natural Expressions not only takes the traditional wedding photos, but they also offer a variety of photobooth options, ranging from social media kiosks to vintage photo booths, which are always a crowd pleaser! Read More