There aren’t enough words to describe how much I enjoyed shooting Sophia and Mike’s incredible New Year’s Eve wedding. It was my an absolute blast from the moment I walked in the door of Sophia’s parents home. Their day was filled with culture and tradition and truly, I feel a strong desire to shoot many more Greek weddings after experiencing the culture (and fun) that I was exposed to. Every detail for the day was planned perfectly, but there was such a natural and beautiful flow to the day that being there just felt right. It felt right watching them get married, it felt right watching those that love them bask in the glory of their union and it certainly felt right spending NYE with a couple that will remain close of my heart. Best wishes now and always M + S.. you are truly a class act. 🙂
Special thanks to Lisa, as always, of Lisa Nicolosi Photography for second shooting this beautiful wedding with me!
Sophia’s Godmother is moved to tears at the sight of her..
Mom walks in to bring bandaids for the brides shoes and is moved to tears. Such an awesome moment. It’s traditional for the bride to write the name of the single girls in her bridal party on the sole of her shoe. The first name to rub off as the day goes on will be the first to get married.
Little man was the official “ring security.” And he reminded me when we went outside to take some pictures of Sophia and her bridal party as he watched from the window.
No flower girl left behind! 🙂