We live in Brooklyn, and it was amazing to have the ceremony here, highlighting our connection to New York City as our home. With the sunset ceremony in front of the Manhattan skyline, we shared the day with our closest family members, together celebrating our love and marriage.

      Because this was also the first time our families met, we wanted to make sure each meal (from the rehearsal dinner to the morning-after brunch!) felt like a true family meal. This included our wedding dinner, with everyone at one big table together, surrounded by love and incredible food. The best was the cake – a surprise for Adam, it was his favorite flavor, carrot!

      The day was simple and sweet, and full of love. We couldnโ€™t have imagined anything else :)
      Thank you,
      PS – Another amazing element to the day was you, Roy. Thank you for being our wedding photographer! With the day being so intimate with just the 10 of us, your presence felt like having a close friend share in the day. And the photos are absolutely stunning, they truly capture the magic.


      I remember flying into New York the morning of the wedding. I was exhausted. I photographed a wedding in Hawaii a couple of hours before I took the 9.5-hour direct flight. I had a few hours to rest before I made my way into Brooklyn. Laying in bed, tossing and turning, trying to rest my eyes didn’t work out as planned at all. I was just too excited for this intimate wedding. Most of the weddings I photograph are between 7-12 hours with 150+ guests. Coming to Brooklyn for this intimate wedding was such a refresher for me. Mahalo Emily & Adam