Erica and Jill’s Manhattan Penthouse wedding was a New York dream!
The beautiful couple got ready at the same hotel. But in adjacent rooms to ensure that they would not see each other as they got dressed. There were definitely a few moments of peek-a-boo hiding that made for a fun laugh or two in the process.
Erica wore a white, lace, bridal gown with a flattering sweetheart neckline and Badgley Mishka pumps. Jill donned a tailored, white pants suit and metallic oxford lace-up shoes. Their FirstLook was filled with happy tears and flowing champagne.
Once the ladies were ready, we headed over to the gorgeous Manhattan Penthouse to kick off the ketubah signing. Followed by a traditional Jewish wedding ceremony. Guests seemed to enjoy the reception’s classic New York setting as they danced late into the fall evening.
My favorite part of the night was Erica and Jill’s first dance. The newlywed couple surprised guests when they flipped the script in the middle of their romantic slow dance and busted into a wild and crazy dance routine!
The experience was one I’ll never forget! It was an honor to witness these two women confirm their love in front of their friends, family and now to share it again with you! Love is LOVE
The team that made it happen:
Venue: Manhattan Penhouse
Rabbi: Karen Perolman
DJ: Dave from Expressway Music
Videography: Elite Studios
In Erica’s own words:
“Konrad was really incredible to work with at our wedding. We had complicated families and he made sure to understand who everyone was, and make everyone feel included. When the schedule shifted slightly from our initial plans, Konrad came up with a solution so we did not have to, and I truly believe that this was even better than our initial plans. Konrad was professional and easy going, and he made us feel comfortable and have fun in front of the camera. The pictures were absolutely beautiful, and he captured everything. We had so much fun working with him, and could not more pleased with the end result. thank you!!” (Yelp review)
Hope you enjoyed this Manhattan Penthouse wedding.
Would love to hear what you have planned for yours.
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