2) We wanted it to be in some part of NYC, preferably Brooklyn.
3) But most importantly, we wanted one big party and a celebratory night with our closest friends and family.I love that these (mostly) candid shots really reflect the unforgettable night we had! I feel so unbelievably lucky to be surrounded by such incredible people, because really, that’s what life is truly about.For those of you planning a wedding, a few tips:1) I’m sure you’ve heard it once and you’ll hear it a billion more times, but the night FLIES by. One week before our wedding I decided that a videographer was necessary. At first I was like “nah, we don’t need to spend the extra money…” BUT, I’m so happy we got one. You spend so much time, energy and money on the night that the additional cost is so worth being able to see the night again, especially from different perspectives.
2) Take your new husband or wife and escape for a few moments. This night is about you two, but it’s easy to get wrapped up in the craziness of it all. Take just 5 minutes to reflect and really soak in this special new chapter in your life.
3) Do what’s right for you two! You’ll probably get a lot of ideas, suggestions and thoughts thrown your way. A lot of them are very helpful, some… not so much. At the end of the day, do what works for both of you! That’s what matters.
4) Thank goodness for Pinterest! It was a lifesaver in helping me plan, organize and get inspired during the entire wedding planning process.
5) Relax, breathe and try not to be a Bridezilla, because really, it’s not a good look for anyone. 😉
Lastly, let me know if you guys have any questions. I’ll be happy to answer in the comment section below!