Hannah and Stephen – such a cool couple, with style galore. I mean, just look at their reception decor and wedding outfits. Stephen wore a super-luxe tuxedo from Martin Greenfield, and Hannah’s dress from Wedding Atelier in New York City was simple yet elegant and unique.

Their wedding at the Carnegie Museum of Art – Hall of Sculpture for the ceremony and the Music Foyer for the reception – was a true dream, and was headed up by Perfectly Planned by Shari and her team. Let me tell you – if you’re looking for a team that knows how to manage those little wedding details – they are the people for you. Shari knows that a wireless mic for the ceremony is an important little detail (no mic stand in the way!), and how to properly light a ceremony chuppah so that the bride and groom are easily visible for guests and photographers alike. I can’t say enough about how much the little details mean a lot!

For Hannah and Stephen, their day was one full of family – grandparents, parents who are oh-so-proud of them, and sisters-and-brothers who are also their best friends.

Photographing their Hall of Sculpture wedding ceremony and Carnegie Museum Music Foyer wedding reception was a wonderful 2019 treat, and I’m so glad they trusted me with their wedding day photography. I’m particularly drawn to black and white portraits and events from their wedding day, since the editing brings in another level of luxury into their wedding design and vision. Here are some of my favorite photos from their day!


Catering: Culinaire

Band: Free Spirit

Dress Designer: Clara Rosa

Floral Design: Hens and Chicks

Hair and Makeup: Hannah Conard Beauty

Lighting: BSP

Linens: Lendable Linens

Stationery: Nota Bene

Cinema: So Fresh Films

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