15 Aug 2018
Bride and groom both got ready at different locations to not see each other before the big moment.
It is customary in a religious Jewish wedding for a bride and groom to not see each other for the week before their wedding. Arielle and Emoniel did just that and met up the first time under their wedding Chuppa. All the portraits were captured by Sarah and Chris separately, even their bridal party photos were photographed without them seeing each other!!
There were so many unique details for their wedding. We loved the fun socks given to the groomsmen as a gift, the black and white cake, and the escort card table comprised of plastic straws in their champagne glass with the guest table # on it!!! SO COOL!!
The wedding was a kosher event with lots of wonderful Hora dances and fun energy all night! Bree Schwarz was on hand as the day of planner to help with all the details. We love working at this great venue with its awesome views and the Empire State Building, and wish this couple a huge Mazel Tov!!! #weddingwednesday
Sarah Merians is the CEO and founder of Sarah Merians Photography & Video Company,a New York based company,founded in 1986. Known for being the premier boutique photographer in NYC,capturing people,families and special occasions.it has been said that "Sarah makes celebrities feel like everyday people and everyday people feel like celebrities."