Karen just emailed me a few more details from today’s gorgeous Winter Wedding. But first, more of these oh-so-beautiful images…
More details from Karen…
This was Jill and Eric’s second marriage, thus they had their children participating in their wedding. It was just lovely. They had a Ketubah-signing (Jewish marriage contract) and a Chuppah (Jewish arch). It was a very small/short wedding with very little dancing, just about 30-35 guests and a sit-down dinner.
I got there a bit early, before the guests and couple. I wasn’t able to go in yet, so I spent an hour shooting at the “magical hour” before the sun set. It was cold but stunning! They both live in Mt. Kisco, Westchester, and live there now together with their kids as one large family.
The venue (Blue Hill at Stone Barns) is a group of old stone barns and silo housing a cafe, an educational center, an incredible organic kitchen, and dining rooms where the produce, meats and eggs are gathered from the farm it sits on and prepared/served to perfection.