October 18, 2013 | 2 Comments
It’s Friday! We have a wonderful New York City wedding captured on film that you’re sure to love. Anne and Doug’s wedding this past summer will make you smile, may bring a tear to your eye, and let you revel in the amazing love that they have for one another. The wedding documentary team of Doug and Andrea at Yellow Hook Productions captured their day in marvelous detail! You may not have attended their New York City wedding, but you’re about to feel like you were there right in the middle of this love story!
New York City Wedding
Doug from Yellow Hook Productions tells us, “Anne and Doug’s wedding took place on a breezy June afternoon on the Upper West Side of Manhattan at Fort Tryon Park and the New Leaf Cafe. Their ceremony commenced under a leafy canopy of old trees and dappled sunlight, and looked out onto a stunning view of the Hudson river and George Washington Bridge. Nearby the fragrant flower gardens made for the perfect backdrop to a photo session that captured the warmth and affection of Anne and Doug’s relationship.
Highlights from their New York City wedding day included a touching park bench dedication for Anne’s father, a troupe of marching bagpipers, a classic New York City hot dog and ice cream carts for guests to enjoy, a roaring hora dance, and a bridal party decked out in Scottish tartan and kilts.”
Want your wedding day captured in high definition and carefully crafted in a way that you’ll always remember? Than you must contact Doug and Andrea at Yellow Hook Productions. You can also see his New York City wedding videographer business listing in the Emmaline Bride Bridal Book.
All film courtesy of Yellow Hook Productions. All Rights Reserved.
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