If Life gave people medals based on their perseverance, well Life, you owe Tommy a big medal. Tommy had such perseverance, that he asked Rebecca out for three months before she agreed to go out with him. She hesitantly agreed, but he immediately swept her off her feet. They dated for a while, and after a long and romantic walk on the beach, he proposed and she cried. On this beautiful wedding day, Tommy got much more than a medal. He GOT the girl, and what a girl.
Rebecca and Tommy are so in love, and we were thrilled to document their beautiful wedding at The Palace at Somerset Park. It was so refreshing to see them enjoy every single moment of their wedding day.
We started the day at The Palace at Somerset Park in Central New Jersey, where we took pictures of Rebecca and her wonderful group of bridesmaids getting ready. Since we walked in, there was music and laughter. The girls were really having a good time, and some were even dancing. It definitely set the mood for a great wedding day. Since I was shooting solo, I sneaked out a couple of times to take a pictures of the boys being boys. Rebecca and Tommy decided to see each other before the ceremony, in what is known as The First look, and we couldn’t have been more grateful because it gave us much needed time for portraits, which was key since we had one of the largest bridal parties we have photographed.
A big thank you goes out to Kisha and her Pure Ambiance Team for planning and executing a wedding that flowed flawlessly, even when at the very last minute, the outdoor ceremony was moved indoors due to the rain; that’s what a call a Pro, and yes, I’m a spoil now.
In the end, it all worked, and Rebecca and Tommy tied the knot in a beautiful Jewish and Catholic Ceremony inside The Palace Somerset.
And another big thank you goes out to Rebecca’s beautiful bridesmaids for keeping her happy, and being so easy to photograph.
The indoor ceremony at The Palace.
This couple is so in love…..
Rebecca looked specially stunning!!
… and you too Tommy!! Danny can add securing boutonnieres to his job description.
This bouquet of white calla lillies by Metropolitan Flower Exchange was absolutely gorgeous. Hands down the most beautiful calla lillies bouquet I’ve seen.
Because of time constraints, the ring shoot was actually one of the last shots of the day, and as you can see on the picture to the right, Rebecca’s bouquet still looked perfect.
The reception room at The Palace Somerset looked spectacular.
The beautiful centerpieces by Yumila from Metropolitan Flower Exchange.
Loved their first dance.
The “no playing with your food rule” does not apply on your wedding day!!
Press play to view Rebecca and Tommy’s wedding pictures at The Palace Somerset.