Please check out my Catskills Fall wedding photos, also featured on Style Me Pretty! Here is an excerpt from the feature, I couldn’t have described Hanna and James’ impeccable style any better!
“And the bride wore…GOLD! And a stunning, gold Pnina Tornai dress at that! Hanna and Jimm said their ‘I Do’s’ at The Kaaterskill, a family farm that they visit each year, which felt just like home surrounded by family and friends, horse pastures and beautiful backdrops. The bride’s dramatic dress mixed with an array of colorful florals by Saipua made for the perfect pair and Karen Wise Photography captured it beautifully! Take a look and see why this wedding has us ready for fall and be sure to check out their gorgeous hand-painted wedding cake!”
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Being able to capture so much color, joy, and tradition among this wedding’s festivities reminds me of why I am so in love with my craft. The chateau was the perfect setting to make vibrant images in which you could almost hear the beat of the drums and the chanting during the groom’s horse procession.
I was enamored by Nandini’s hand embroidered reception dress designed by Zara Umrigar. The color red in Hindu culture represents prosperity and fertility. Sabyasachi designed Nandini’s other fabulous lehengas.
Alexis and Lee had a stunning Brooklyn Winery wedding. The couple got ready at the Wythe Hotel, where they also had a smashing portrait session. Their Chinese tea ceremony took place in a rustic room at the Brooklyn Winery. Their ketubah signing took place adjacent to it. Both ceremonies were surrounded by family and friends. You’ve gotta love a unique mingling of cultural traditions at a wedding!
Brooklyn Wedding Photographer: Karen Wise is a Brooklyn wedding photographer based in Park Slope. She photographed this wedding using both film and digital cameras. Karen has been photographing local and destination weddings for over 15 years, both digitally and on film.
Brooklyn Wedding Venue: Brooklyn Winery is a rustic and chic Brooklyn wedding venue located in the heart of Williamsburg. It’s proximity to Manhattan, to many unique boutiques and romantic restaurants make it ideal for out of town guests. Furthermore, this venue is close to chic Brooklyn hotels, including the Wythe Hotel where the couple got ready.
Floral Designer: Designs by Ahn designed the most luscious and springy florals for the chuppah, the centerpieces and for Alex’s bouquet.
Wedding Dress: Alexis wore a stunning Tara Keely by Lazaro bridal gown in ivory. The lace and crepe trumpet dress had a built-in sweetheart corset bodice with lace straps. All I can say is Wow!
Cake Maker: Lael Cakes designed their red and gold cake. Brooklyn based Lael Cakes specializes in organic, gluten-free, vegan, or dairy-free cakes!
Groom’s suit: Lee looked dapper in his navy suit by My.Suit!
Publication: Alex and Lee’s Brooklyn Winery wedding photos were published on Carats and Cake. Scroll down to see the featured images!
Alex and Lee’s rustic chic Brooklyn Winery wedding was published on Carats and Cake!
I’ve photographed my share of Brooklyn Botanic Garden weddings, but Patty and Tim’s summer wedding at the BBG was so inspiring! From the bold pinks and oranges of Seaport Flowers’ bouquets to the lush summer greens in the BBG’s summer garden, this wedding was definitely a stunner.
It’s been such a busy Fall that I’m just getting around to posting some film images of Patty & Tim’s wedding from late summer. I photographed Patty and Tim’s wedding at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden on a hot and humid August day…
Going through my archives, I found this gem: Shira and Jim’s pretty spring wedding at the BBG.
Living and working in Park Slope, in close proximity to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, I’m fortunate to photograph weddings, engagements, and family sessions at the BBG. Shira and Jim married under a beautiful Hebrew tallit-turned chuppah, enveloped by magnolia and cherry blossoms. This was one of the most scenic Jewish ceremonies I had seen, and Shira and Jim really used the BBG’s grounds to its fullest.
Our film and digital pictures were enhanced by Saipua’s floral design. Sarah’s arrangements are literally breath of fresh air, you can almost smell them through the computer screen!
Spring is finally here, and it won’t be long until the magnolias and cherry blossoms are in full bloom.
Now’s the time to plan your engagement, elopement, family and maternity sessions with Karen Wise to catch all the spring flowers at peak bloom!
You gotta love a portrait of a happy bride. Yasaman and Ian’s summer Foundry wedding couldn’t have been more chic. The rich colors: cream, violet and brown were so beautiful. I just love how the colors and textures were captured on film and digitally. Yasaman, an architect, chose the perfect New York venue to depict her passion.
Usually, a summer wedding in NYC, especially if there ceremony is outside, is quite hot and sweaty. Yasaman and Ian’s wedding day was no different than a typical Saturday in July! It’s usually a challenge to photograph sweat-soaked guests, but in Yasaman and Ian’s wedding photos, you could not tell that it was a hot day! In fact, I love how their wedding pictures convey cool, calm and collectedness. The couple and their guests and details are all so elegant.
This cold weather has me bundled up in my NYC studio looking through cookbooks and fantasizing about winter foods I plan to cook! In the winter section of Savoring the Hamptons, there are some delicious recipes. These include pears, onions, seafood chowders and root vegetables. The warm leek and goat cheese crostini with pomegranate, which I photographed on a winter day in Water Mill, NY first caught my eye. Maybe it was the sunlight that day at Silvia’s house, or the pop of color from the garnish of red pomegranate. I love the simplicity of the prop styling and the textures and drool-worthiness of the canapés. Looking at them again makes me want to throw a holiday party!
I would also like to cook more from my Aunt Julie’s cookbook, The Way We Cook. I still haven’t made these delicious Rosemary Biscuits. It’s about time! The above image was shot on color film, and hand printed in the darkroom as an 8×10″ print.
Please feel free to check out more of my food photography at Food Art.