Wedding at Tribeca Three-Sixty in Manhattan, New York.
Debby and Eric started out getting ready at the Andaz Hotel in New York. Right off the bat, Debby had me cracking up with her sense of humor and family dynamics in the bridal suite. Everyone was smiling and I believe they had already ran out of champagne by the time I got there. Life was good. Meanwhile the guys were getting ready on the other side of the hotel drinking booze and eating pizza delivery….you know the normal stuff guys do before a wedding. We decided to do the first look on the rooftop of the hotel in private. The moment was perfect and emotional. We had the pleasure of working alongside Punam Bean from Punam Beam Photography and we shuffled off to the venue site to start our creative session on the cobble stone streets of Tribeca.
My favorite part of the creative session was when we convinced the whole bridal party to squeeze into this little cafe style bar and a community toast to the bride and groom. After Debby, Eric, and their restless bridal party finished up we were off to Tribeca’s Three-Sixty, a brand new event space one floor below Tribeca Rooftop.
Soon after the ceremony began with guests watching the draw dropping and smiling bride walking down the aisle towards her soon-to-be hunk of a husband. One of the most emotional parts of the entire day came when Eric’s mom sang a beautiful song during the ceremony service which all the guests could not stop talking about.
The cocktail hour and reception followed and such an elegant party it was. The entrance was grand, the first dance was beautiful, and the toasts had everyone crying. You can watch how this wedding unfolded in Debby and Eric’s highlight reel below which is just a teaser of what will be in their 20-25 minute full feature film.
Floral : Pedestals
Photography : Punam Bean
Checker Cab : Film Cars (Peter Yannello)
Printing/Wedding Invitations: Lion in the Sun
Band: Dane Wright Band of Hank Lane Productions
Ceremony + Reception Venue : Three-Sixty