What a fun melding of cultures to photograph at this Tribeca Rooftop Wedding in New York City. It was fun to see how the bride and groom took elements of the Taiwanese and Chinese cultures. The elements were Americanized to fit the couple’s vision of a beautiful and modern glamorous Summer wedding.
The bride and groom met at a Hot Pot Party on January 9, 2010. The bride went to the party and was surprised to find a charismatic man doing head spins. He peaked her interest! She had participated in some dancing in college which was a great common ground!
On their first date, she was forty-five minutes late because she accidentally took the train uptown instead of downtown. She thought, for sure the cool guy with a love for dance would be gone. But, he was waiting for her at the train station when she finally made it to their meeting spot.
They hit it off on their first date, and since then, they have had so many adventures together. From raising a dog, traveling around the world, dancing, to spending their days laughing together – their love is one that will last forever.
Their wedding day was another beautiful page to add to their adventure book. The bride was stunning in her Henry Roth dress and Jimmy Choo shoes, while the groom was decked to the nines. The groom sported a suit from Knot Standard with fashionable shoes by Ferragamo.
After exchanging their vows and Van Klaren rings, it was time to enjoy becoming man and wife on the beautiful Tribeca Rooftop Wedding setting in NYC. Following the ceremony, the couple shared their first dance as husband and wife, the common ground that once brought them together.
I am excited about the future of this couple and am happy to have been chosen as their NYC Wedding Photographer!