Kimberly and Brian
Spending the day with Kimberly and Brian was a real treat for Dreamlife Photos and Videos (New York). The lovebirds picked an extraordinary August day to wed, which made creating their wedding photography a whole lot of fun.
Dreamlife started the day out with Kimberly who was a pleasure to work with. The photogenic bride was very cooperative as we guided her through various poses for her bridal photos. She was even patient with us as we captured a few photos her finishing up the final touches of her look. We especially adored the bridal photo of Kimberly in her gorgeous gown as she relished over a photo of her parents on their wedding day.
The group all met up at St. Micheal’s Church in Long Branch for the ceremony. The church was a wedding photographer’s dream with its stunning murals and out of this world lighting. This really helped create the best possible wedding photography for the lovebirds’ special moment. We really adored the photos we captured of father and the bride walking down the aisle. Of course, the traditional ceremony and loving eyes of the couple made us so happy to capture such a serene moment in their life.
When the ceremony was finished Dreamlife and the wedding party headed to the board walk for a little extra wedding photography. The pastel colors of the buildings and the excitement of the crowd were so much fun to capture. We loved the photos we took of the bride pretending to throw her bouquet, as well as the groomsmen acting bored! The photos of man and wife with the boardwalk in the background as night fell really took our breath away!
After the photo shoot was over we made our way to the reception which was held at the One Atlantic. This Atlantic City venue really pulled out all the stops to make the celebration look amazing. The elegant décor suited the couple perfectly and made all of their photos look incredible. Dreamlife adored the shot of the two love birds as they posed in front of their glamourous wedding cake as well as the beautiful moment we captured of them as they danced their first dance as a married couple.