Anne and Alex, New York City Wedding

Back in July I had the privilege of traveling up north to New York City for Anne and Alex’s city chic wedding. Lugging around multiple camera bags around New York is always interesting. I did my best to travel light, but still managed to bring way too much! Needless to say, this couples wedding was well documented!

I met up with Anne early in the morning at the beautiful Chatwal Hotel in downtown Manhattan. After Anne and a few of her bridesmaids got their hair and make up done we headed straight to the church for the ceremony. Along with their friends and family, I watched Anne and Alex exchange vows and say “I do”. It never fails that I get a little emotional watching my couples. Anne and Alex were no exception to this. Alex had an ear to ear smile the entire ceremony. It was so sweet to see how happy to he was to be marrying the love of his life. My heart was full of joy for these two.

After the ceremony everyone headed to the Lighthouse on Chelsea Piers for the reception. Anyone looking for a reception site in New York should consider the Lighthouse. This beautiful event space sits right on the Hudson River and offers your guests a beautiful scenery. Even with the afternoon heat, Anne and Alex’s friends and family were enjoying cocktails out on the pier while watching the activity on the water. The Hudson provided us with some of the most beautiful sailboats, yachts and oh yeah,  few cruise ships. It made for a lovely backdrop during the celebration.

Since New York City is tagged as the city that never sleeps, it’s didn’t surprise me one bit that this would also be the wedding that never sleeps, haha!  The party continued into the early morning at a local bar down the street. Guests changed out of their wedding attire and kicked it with the newly weds. This was a nice way for Anne and Alex to spend a little more time with a few of their guests and also gush about their amazing 5 week honeymoon they were about to embark on! Lucky ducks!

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