Very excited to blog this wedding. I met Tricia for the first time back in 2013, since then, we have become really great friends. From all my ION experiences, she has been INCREDIBLE. Fast forward two years later to January 10, 2015 and I was invited to shoot her wedding! No Pressure right? The A-team was on deck strong! I have to say, I give credit to everybody that was on board that day, this day felt like-Antarctica New York, NY 10282. The high temperature this day was a whopping 23 degrees! We started the morning down by the water, at the beautiful Conrad Hotel. The Conrad looks like a Museum that was turned into a hotel, the decor is incredible. I was accompanied by my second artist Vanessa, to help me capture the day. Thanks V! (OH HAIIII). Tricia was ready bright and early and I was excited to get going. My second stop of the morning was the Dry Bar down in Tribeca to meet some of the girls who were already getting their hurrr did LOL. Thanks girls for letting me shoot some stills during this process LOL. You GUYS ARE ALL BEAUTIFUL.! I ran back to the hotel to meet the second part of the A-Team.. Details BY Gina! Gina & Vanessa, I can never thank you guys enough. Everything from the dress all the way down to the accessories, everything was just stunning. Anthony and the guys showed up around 1:30 and we made sure to grab some shots of them getting ready and getting them set for the first Look. I must say, being apart of the first look is a great experience, its Away from guests, details, and things that will distract any attention from that special moment. We took the bridal party down for some pictures in the lobby…beautiful lobby, beautiful Bridal party..I mean C’monnnnn! We all said that it seriously looked like The Oscars was happening up in the lobby! We headed out to get them married at St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church. St. Peter’s Church was designated a New York City Landmark in 1965, and the interior is beautiful. The night ended off at the Lighthouse Banquet Hall located down in Chelsea at Pier Sixty. Again, the floral arrangement, the decor, down to the napkins, everything was done very well. I had a great time capturing this wedding. Thanks to Patricia & Anthony for having me be part of your memory. Enjoy the visuals folks… and remember… Be good, and if you can’t be good, be good at it!