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Liz and Greg got married on the High Line in the Chelsea district. If you’ve never been there, it is an elevated park that was built on the old railroad tracks, running alongside the 10th avenue for about 3 miles. The traffic is absolutely eliminated as it’s above it all. It’s an amazing place and I am not surprised Liz and Greg chose it as their ceremony location. Although the entire wedding party was about 10-15 people, when the ceremony started we had an audience of about 50, as people walking by were stopping to look and take a picture.
The rest of the day was also very untypical. We walked along the high line, people that we met congratulating the newlyweds. Then they had non-formal lunch where parents had few toast and Liz an d Greg cut their Pigeon cake. The next stop was my favorite, as we arrived to Crosby Hotel. It is a Dog friendly hotel, and I might say by the pictures and art everywhere, it rather looked like a dog hotel that is people friendly. They brought their 2 collies for some picture taking. We got quite a few in the Hotel, as well as outside. They were such good and obedient pups (my job is great playing with pups). And they finished the day by going to Morgenstern’s ice cream place for some frozen treats and meet with friends.
It was one of the most usual weddings we ever did, but it felt so right and free. Very original and oh so much fun!

Music is an original song by Mara Measor that she played at the ceremony. Check out her website, what a talent!
PhotographerL Jennifer Sosa Photography
Graphics were done by the Groom himself. Again, unique and awesome. Thanks Greg.

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Don’t get fooled, these guys aren’t professional actors, even though they seem like ones. Eleanor and Theo are so photogenic and so very natural, which made it so easy to get all these beautiful shots of them. They also had a great idea to go to their favorite pub for a beer and nachos. So original, and our most favorite stop of the day. We were just sitting and talking, like it was just another ordinary day. Usually every wedding is running on a tight schedule, but here we were discussing food and a trip to Iceland, like there wasn’t any wedding going on. I love how they enjoyed every moment, rather then rush and panic about every little detail of the day. Eleanor and Theo, you did it right!

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  • Emily - August 19, 2015 - 6:33 am

    Very beautiful!ReplyCancel

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Happy is an understatment, when it comes to how Jen and Dan felt about marrying each other. Just watch when Jen is reading a note from Dan or when Dan sees Jen for the first time in church. You can read his lips saying “wow!”. Absolutely beautiful people, and we were honored to capture these emotions between them and among their families.

We worked with a dream team on this one. All people we know and love.
Photo – Binary Flips
Flowers – Diane Gaudett
Cake – Ana Parzych
Planner – Amy Champagne
Band – LIVEWIRE Entertainment (although we met for the first time, they were fantastic)
Venue – The Inn at Longshore, Westport

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  • Darlene Flynn - August 5, 2015 - 7:32 pm

    i am Dans aunt and I want to tell you what a beautiful piece of art you did. When I showed it to my friends everyone said to me it was like watching a beautiful movie. thank you so much/darleneReplyCancel

  • Linda Ford - August 7, 2015 - 10:14 pm

    i am the Mother of the Groom, I loved the video. Your comments regarding Dan and Jen summed up the kind of people they are. They are so in love! As my son James said ” Forever but a minimum of 37 years”. Your choice of music and clips were outstanding. Thank you for you for capturing a very memorable day.ReplyCancel

  • Susan Mulcahy - August 11, 2015 - 12:32 pm

    Beautiful video memory of a wonderful couple, families and friends. It was a fairytale come true.ReplyCancel

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This was our first Jewish Orthodox wedding. So many beautiful traditions. I especially loved when mom of the groom was walking Megan around Shalom 7 times, under chuppah. It reminded me of Viraj and Rishi wedding, very similar tradition. Overall, it was a very emotional wedding for everyone. Even at getting ready, Megan was so happy. I love emotional weddings; they are so real.
Shout out to the photographer Chris from Ricky Restiano Photography, it was really great working with you.

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  • Mary Jo - July 13, 2015 - 4:56 pm

    This was fabulous. Wish I knew what the traditions mean. Excellent job of getting people’s expressions. My niece was giving the speech.ReplyCancel

  • Danielle - July 13, 2015 - 8:04 pm

    That was the best wedding video I’ve even seen!!!!! Bravo!ReplyCancel

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Bina and Derek’s wedding was a beautiful mixture of both Chinese and Korean cultures, that included a tea ceremony and a lion dance at the reception. The dance was absolutely mesmerizing. It felt so life-like, just like two animated playful giant puppies. They had their eyes blinking and ears moving. I also love their vows, they prepared for each other. Nothing impersonal or phony, but short, genuine and straight out of heart. Bina even had a little book that said vows on the cover.

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