When I met up with Jaime and Brian for an incredible engagement session at the Brooklyn Bridge and downtown NYC, I just knew their wedding would be just as amazing. And it definitely was!
They had their wedding in Tarrytown, New York, with their closest friends and family. It was also just the right blend of fun and meaningful! They had a first look privately prior to the ceremony, and spent the rest of the evening mingling with their loved ones and dancing the night away to a fantastic band! Blue Hill at Stone Barns was the perfect backdrop for it all.
One of my favorite things about these two lovebirds is their incredible love story about how they found each other again after so many years:
“Our story began freshman year in 1996 at the famed Dickinson C Dorms at the University of Delaware. Despite having college crushes on each other, many mutual friends and early careers in NYC, fate took us on very different journeys. We never could have imagined our lives finally coming together so serendipitously 20 years later on a little dating app called Bumble. Little did we know, we were only within blocks of one another in our favorite Manhattan neighborhood, and fate was at last on our side. With one swipe right, our worlds changed forever.”
Looking to tie the knot in NYC? Let’s chat!
Venue: Blue Hill at Stone Barns
Florals: Angel Salazar Designs
Band: Hank Lane Music, Dane Wright Band
Wedding Dress: Adrienne’s Bridal
Grooms Tuxedo + Accessories: J.Crew Ludlow Shop
Wedding Bands + Engagement Ring: Wedding Bands & Co., Chicago, IL
Bridal Shoes: Stuart Weitzman
Eden Strader is a wedding photographer based in New York City but serving worldwide. She specializes in intimately telling the story of your love through editorial wedding photography, both on digital and film. Let’s chat!
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