Curtis plants a kiss on his new bride Linda before she leaves her old-fashioned cab ride!

favorite sneaks...

dressed & ready...

love petals...

long train...

doorways...

wacky faces...

 

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Sometimes it rains. HARD. And all day, despite your lovely outdoor preparations. But Tina & Leevan made the best of it. While there was a monsoon outside, there was love, family, friendship and one hot photoshoot inside! Here’s a sneak peek. More coming soon…

no rain in here...

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There is nothing like Springtime in the city! Christine & Michael shared the most beautiful wedding day in NYC, ever. We had fun galavanting through Central Park, when we found this fresh little garden area, just waiting for us to shoot a few wedding photos there. Vintage Vera Wang never looked so good! Sneak a peek. More coming soon…

flower power

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Oh, yeah, it’s definitely snowing outside today. Not like a few days ago when we were supposed to get a storm. I just wanted to remind you that Spring will be right around the corner! The flowers will be a-blooming as they did during Sabrina & Sean’s lovely wedding! Take a look at their slideshow. Enjoy –

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{minna tip} #17

July 3, 2009

Practice makes perfect – Bridal dresses can be quite complicated to figure out. So can headpieces, jewelry & bouquets. Especially last minute! Don’t wait until the day of your wedding to figure out how to bustle-up your gown before your first dance as a new bride. Count how many buttons there are at the back of your dress and bring a repair kit. Test the loops to make sure they can get around those tiny buttons. Don’t be too hasty when testing your zipper…be gentle and make sure the zip doesn’t get caught into the fabric. Know exactly where to fasten pins in your hair so your headpiece sits securely and complements your wedding-hairdo just right. Let your gown designer show you how to tie your bows the right way. More importantly, you must pass all this information along to your bridesmaids or whoever else is designated to help you shine on your wedding day. And practice. I’ve seen too many zippers run off tracks, buttons pop without the tools to replace them, and headpieces fall to the ground. Practice will not only make perfect, but it will save you a lot of time and frustration.

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{minna tip} #10

March 21, 2009

Choose a transparent veil – Make sure your veil is thin enough so we can photograph your gorgeous face as you walk down the aisle. When shopping for your wedding veil, take a few pictures with your camera-phone to view the transparency. Remember, all veils to some degree look diaphanous, so it’s a good idea to perform a test before purchasing. No matter your fabrication – tulle, organza or chiffon – run it through your fingers, drape it over your head, and check the transparency against your face. If the wedding veil you’ve inherited is a little opaque, no prob. Just make sure your dad or the individual giving you away, flips it back, right before you meet your groom. We want a clear view into all those lovely emotions you are feeling as you take your vows!

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Indian Weddings are full of color and excitement! Over the course of two-to-three days…from the mehndi parties to the Hindu ceremony to the reception…we usually have a lot of fun. Here’s one of my favorites. It’s a little snippet of Vadica & Ravi’s wedding weekend – the groom’s preparation and the ceremony. Enjoy!

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