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Multicultural Wedding at the Harold Pratt House

For a couple who simply wanted to wed in the city they call home, there seemed no better place for Ein Photography to capture their love than Central Park. The hustle and bustle against the park’s quiet beauty made for the ultimate background, and these captures are only the beginning. More pretty and bouquet goodies by Sprout right here.

From Ein PhotographyJoyce and Davis work in the creative field in the city. Even though we were in the middle of the busiest city in the world, they were laid-back, and truly enjoying the day. Since their nature of being easy going, we did the portrait session in the Central Park. The nature and the quietness in the city complimented their personality.

From invitations to her traditional dress, there were a very subtle mix of Chinese and American cultures. She had her red traditional dress and shoes tailor made for the wedding day, and the lion dance at the end of the reception was the just exciting for everybody.

Photography: Ein Photography | Floral Design: Sprout | Invitations: William Arthur | Ceremony Venue: Harold Pratt House | Reception Venue: Harold Pratt House | Ring: Steven Kretchmer | Catering: Sonnier + Castle | Hair Stylist: Edith Chan | DJ: 74 Events | Groom's Attire: Bindle & Keep | Groom's Shoes: Ferragamo | Groomsmen's Attire: Calvin Klein | Bands: Cartier | Cinemagraphy: Frank Ahn Films | Lions: Staten Island Lions | Make-up Artist: Victor Amos | Shoes (Gold) : Chanel | Shoes (Sparkly): Valentino | Shoes (Traditional) : Tailor Made | Traditional Dress: Tailor Made | Wedding Dress (Red) : Valentino | Wedding Dress (White) : Lazaro

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New York City Wedding at the Saint Regis Hotel

When I first sat down and opened this gorgeous wedding, my head was all over the place. I was in busy mode and my to-do list was top of mind. But that all changed when I hit play on  Tweed Weddings‘ heart-grabbing film. At that moment, all that mattered was watching By Yena Designs‘ spectacular New York City wedding unfold. It’s a true testament of the importance of wedding cinematography, and definitely worth a few minutes of your busy Monday. See more here.


From By Yena DesignsI’ve been a floral and event designer for the last 5 years and recently started my own company, By Yena Designs. My husband is a landscape designer and we met when I was the events director at a large floral design company in downtown Manhattan.

We chose to get married in New York, a special place for us having met in the city and having both worked in New York for many years. We also go engaged in Westchester.

We wanted our wedding to reflect both our tastes for modern design but within a classic New York ballroom. We chose the Saint Regis rooftop ballroom as the perfect spot for our classic New York wedding with a modern twist.

I designed and created all the floral décor for our wedding (except my bouquet! which my dear friend and floral designer colleague created for me), designed and printed all paper elements including the whole wedding invitation suite, and chose the linen and napkin colors to compliment the flowers and the lighting design.

We chose purple/indigo as our wedding color and wanted to use as many shades of purple and blue that we could. I had all the bridesmaids choose their own dresses in any purple or blue color they liked. They all wore, Amsale, Monique Lhuiller Bridesmaids, and Jim Hjelm.

The flowers were of course my favorite part of planning the wedding! I chose to use mostly white flowers with pops purple in varying shades. All different shades of purple like lavender from the Ocean Song Roses, dark purple Tulips, and even the bi-colored Picasso Callas.

Photography: XO Andrea | Cinematography: Tweed Weddings | Wedding Gown: Vera Wang | Wedding Cake: Ron Ben Israel | Ceremony: Saint Regis Hotel | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Monique Lhuillier | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Jim Hjelm | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Amsale | Hair: Nikki Avanzino | Lighting: Bentley Meeker Lighting and Staging Design | Church: Saint Francis Xavier | Day of Coordination: Rebecca Joyce from Just About Married | Flowers and Event Design: By Yena Designs | Makeup: Mahealani Diego

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Elegant NYC Engagement Session + Bridal Portraits

I love a casual e-sesh, I do. But when it comes to New York City, the addition of heels, a few gorgeous dresses and a black bow tie feels oh-so-right. Enter these gorgeous lovebirds. Alicia Swedenborg captured every one of their stunning looks and not to mention, their undeniably darling love for one another. Take a stroll through the gallery for more.

From Alicia SwedenborgBin & Cheryl are getting married in China this summer but got their engagment and pre-wedding photos in their home city New York.

Photography: Alicia Swedenborg

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