Posted January 31, 2014 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
Have you ever been to a New Year’s Eve wedding? You’re about to enjoy one! There was no better way to bring in the new year than Joe and Claire’s New Year’s Eve wedding. Joe and Claire’s wedding started with a first look at Valleybrook Country Club, followed by a beautiful ceremony at Saint Patrick’s Church in Chatham, New Jersey. The party took off from there with an extravagant reception at Valleybrook Country Club. Their wedding was captured through the lens of Daniel from Daniel Fugaciu Photography. Relive their New Year’s Eve wedding after the jump…
Posted March 15, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ Leave a Comment!
This Chart House wedding is filled with amazing details! Kim and Adrian’s wedding at The Chart House, a New Jersey restaurant off the Hudson River, offered panoramic views of the sparkling New York skyline. Their old New York theme wedding is something you’re sure to love along with all the many details of the wedding day. Their Chart House wedding and the personal DIY elements were captured by Sherry from Sherry Sutton Photography! Let’s see what Kim and Adrian have to share with us about their wedding day…
Posted January 9, 2013 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 7 Comments
Jenica and Josh are funky, fun, and adventurous! So you’re going to love their Asbury Park engagement session captured by Sherry from Sherry Sutton Photography. Let’s let Jenica and Josh fill us in on all of the day’s special details.
Jenica and Josh said, “We really wanted something fun and unique for our engagement shoot so we chose Asbury Park, NJ for our location. It was perfect! We wanted to pay tribute to our engagement on the Love Lock Bridge in Paris; we brought some fun “Parisian” props including a pink Eiffel Tower, French soda bottles, and pink macaroons. On the same trip to Paris, we came across a beautiful swan at Marie Antoinette’s chateau in Versailles. Asbury Park has these amazing swan pedal boats so we HAD to get photos there. Sherry gave us a key ring as an engagement present so we incorporated that into the shots. One of our favorite finds was a custom pinwheel with our wedding date on it. We had it custom made by Leah R Hood. We are thrilled with the way the photos came out!” See for yourself…
Posted December 11, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 1 Comment
This Alba Vineyard wedding was spectacular! Nicole and Andrew’s wedding at the Alba Vineyard, with it’s breathtaking landscape and hillside ceremony site among the vines, made for a beautiful event. Their exclusive wedding was captured in every detail by Hendrick from Hendrick Moy Photography. Interested in finding out more about Nicole and Andrew’s wedding? See what they have to say after the jump…
Posted June 12, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
This Liberty State Park engagement session is adventurous, and has one cute couple! Molly and Mike’s engagement session at the park included great landmarks such as the Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal, Empty Sky 9-11 Memorial, and breathtaking views of Manhattan. Capturing their memorable day and all of its meaning is Michelle from Michelle Gardella Photography. Find out more…
Posted May 24, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 3 Comments
This Jersey City engagement session is adoring and fun! Kathryn and Clarke’s engagement session at Liberty State Park was an exciting day. The couple brought great props such as a favorite blue color flower, giant wedding date chalkboard, and a simple pink heart cutout. Their love for one another was reflected as they closely embraced and kissed in a field under the city’s skyline. Photographing Kathryn and Clarke’s Jersey City engagement session was Emily from 1314 Studio.
Posted April 16, 2012 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 6 Comments
Mike and Karolina’s handmade wedding was stylish! Their fall wedding in West Milford, New Jersey was a remarkable event that incorporated many handmade and DIY details. These handmade details and this couple’s magical day was photographed by the photography team of Brian and Rachel from 47 Moments Photography. The bride, Karolina, tells us all about her wedding day and the DIY elements that made it special…
Posted September 28, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 4 Comments
Jessica and Josh’s cinematic wedding video is a unique, compelling and visual collection of events occurring during their wedding day. Their cinematic wedding video begins near the premier Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel in Asbury Park, New Jersey where Jessica and Josh were married. Jessica and Josh had the creative team from Feuza Inc. capture their wedding with both video and photography. We think you’ll enjoy learning about what exactly cinematic wedding video captures and checking out some of the highlights from their wedding photos. First off, let’s find out what Cinematic Video is from the owner of Feuza Inc., Feuza Reis.
Filmed by Maxwel Tomaz, Nino Gallego and David Lima, edited by David Lima.
Feuza tells us, “Cinematic Video is a modern twist to traditional videography in that the video is filmed focusing on the story of the day, as if your wedding was a movie where the two main characters are the bride and groom. Instead of getting a long boring video that you may just watch once in your lifetime, you will get a compelling love story video with highlights, easy and small enough to share on social media or on the web with family and friends. We use DSLR cameras which have an amazing sensor giving the cinema feel and provide a less obtrusive way to capture your wedding day. We decided to offer this kind of service because we saw our brides were not choosing video in fear of just getting a traditional video, with more emphasis on bright lights focused on them than the day’s magical events. Cinematic video is an unique way to tell your story with a modern, fun, and clean approach resulting in your own personal wedding day movie. We don’t see ourselves as videographers but as film makers. So, say good bye cheesy videos – and hello imagery in movement! Cherish your wedding day for many years to come online where all or only you can see.
Posted March 23, 2011 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 4 Comments
We’re loving this retro engagement session that took place in Asbury Park, New Jersey. Nicole and Gerard’s Asbury Park engagement session’s fun and unique setting made for some great photos. From warm boardwalk embraces to delicious Whirly Pops at Candyteria, to Nicole and Gerard’s fun being the Queen and King in their own chess match which ended in a checkmate kiss. As their boardwalk engagement session came to a close their photographer Jeri from Jeri Houseworth Photography captured them one more time as they looked upon the day’s setting sun and tomorrow’s future together.
Posted August 11, 2010 by EmmalineBride | ♥ 2 Comments
Nicole and Andrew married in a gorgeous New Jersey wedding this past July, and we are delighted to share the imagery with you today!
Denise Mabilog captured the day, and she says the wedding had “an old-fashioned romantic feel”. We love the details, especially the hankies, roses, Rolls Royce, kilts, and scenic setting. Nicole and Andrew carried a long distance relationship prior to the wedding but now these lovebirds are now living happily ever after together in London! Congrats to the happy couple!
Photographer: Denise Mabilog
Florist: Leigh Florist, NJ
Reception Venue: The Merion, NJ
Shoes: Nina Shoes
Notes from Nicole, the bride:
Verde Studio: She creates beautiful vintage stamp sets, often with a certain color or theme. I highly recommend if you are looking to purchase vintage stamps with a specific color or theme. I bought her stamp sets for almost all of the wedding stationary I sent out. It saved me a lot of time and money that I would have spend buying and sorting through stamp sheets. http://www.etsy.com/shop/VerdeStudio
Unless Someone Like You: She created my lovely scratch off save the dates and does great work, and although she closed down her etsy shop, you can find her here: http://www.unlesssomeonelikeyou.com/pages/Leslie_Hamer.html
Tilde Designs: Created some of my wedding signs. http://www.etsy.com/shop/tildedesigns
I collected all of the white milk glass vases myself, spending a lot of time scouring Etsy and ebay for good deals. I also used Etsy and ebay for vintage handkerchiefs, which I then washed, pressed, and packaged to give out to guests at the ceremony. I DIY’d all of my stationary except save the dates and invitations. I have to admit that I loved spending time making things for the wedding!