Emily and Scott lived in the same building in Manhattan for a year before they met. They were finally introduced to each other through their door man. Their wedding was held in Tribeca Rooftop presided by a rabbi who was Emily’s teacher. Both bride and groom are dedicated in their belief of Judaism – the ceremony was held under the incredible chuppah spotted with gorgeous lighting. Theatrical music played during the ceremony was composed by Emily’s grandfather. The vows they wrote to each other were so powerful and emotional that they made all us cry. -Love In Progress
It doesn’t matter whether you are planning your wedding, or your wedding is a thing of the past, hearing the vows spoken in wedding films should serve as a reminder to us all ~ a reminder that the promises we make to each other are just as valid now as they were yesterday, just as valid tomorrow as they will be twenty years from now. Yes, the vows we make to one another, traditional or personal, are the core of this business we call marriage. We must never forget that!
Venue: Tribeca Rooftop / Wedding coordinator: Rebekah M. Ferreira / Communications Director: Matthew Robbins Design |Artfool| / Photographer: Fred Marcus / Florist: Matthew Robbins Design Artfool / Hair stylist & Make-up artists: NY Wedding Makeup ~ Claudia and Maureen Pedela / Ceremony Music: Curtis Music & Entertainment / Complete Music & Entertainment Planning Services, For party: NYC Swing and 52nd Street / Limousine & Transportation: EmpireCLS Worldwide Chauffeured Services / Dress Designer: Monique Lhuillier from Mark Ingram / Ballet Flats from French Sole / Fur Wrap from Krizia / Tuxedo: Tom Ford / Catering: Tribeca Rooftop / Cake: Audrey’s Fine Goods