Today's featured wedding is from our home city, the Big Apple! When the Chelsea High Line, a raised old train track converted into a park, went up a few years ago, it was an innovative way for New Yorkers to enjoy nature, so we were super excited to see a wedding party take advantage of it!
Lindsay and Joseph were married at the Church of the Guardian Angel in Chelsea. Their families traveled from multiple states across the U.S., the UK, and Switzerland for a truly New York City wedding.
Lindsay chose Alfred Sung Style D446 in the color Begonia. The men also wore matching Alfred Sung black ties and pink pocket squares.
"The bridesmaids loved the dresses, especially the pockets, and I thought they looked great in pictures! I had such a hard time finding a pink dress that was both not a baby pink and not a hot pink and one that was flattering on all the bridesmaids (blondes, brunettes, and red heads). These dresses were perfect and were so easy to order!"
While wedding guests traveled to the reception by water taxi to the reception at The Museum Club at Bridgewater's in South Street Seaport, the bridal party got busy walking the High Line!
"While we were taking pictures on 10th Avenue, the taxi cabbie who had driven me and my bridesmaids from the Aveda salon in SoHo to the church earlier that morning came by and honked and waved and yelled congratulations! A very New York moment!"
At the Seaport. Lindsay and Joe had their first dance under the lights of the Brooklyn Bridge.
The reception was highlighted by poignant toasts and lively dancing. Lindsay also continued a tradition where her sisters and cousins dance to "Leader of the Pack" at all their weddings, and this time she included her new sister-in-law!
Congratulations Lindsay and Joe! We hope that your magical wedding day was just the start of a beautiful life together filled with joy and laughter.
Photographer Credit: Spencer Lum, 5 West Studios.