So sweet, right? Here’s a little (big) tip I was thinking about as I was looking through this wedding…something they did well… As you make your timeline for your wedding day, consider the light. If you want beautiful pictures you want to give your photographer the best light to work in. I like soft natural light the best so I always plan for the most important shots to be taken in the late afternoon to early evening. I also love that they found great outdoor locations for group portraits when and where the light was good. Remember: if at all possible, good light always wins.
Photography by Tec Petaja
Groom’s suit: Theory
Event Design & Invitation: Eileen Chiang
Flowers: Stephanie Gueldner
Ceremony: The Boathouse at Prospect Park, Brooklyn
Makeup: Kerry Crawford
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