Michael and Irina, NYC/Coney Island wedding photography

September 1, 2010

She was looking for a Central Park,  when he first saw her.  Last year, during his lunch hour on a 42nd street in Manhattan.  She came to visit NY from Russia, and on that beautiful summer day, Misha (she likes to call him by his russian name) struck by her beauty, introduced himself to her in their native language, because, well, she looked Russian.  To the lost girl in big city, hearing a familiar language is like a blessing.  Or fate.   So, the same day they went together for a boat cruse, dinner, and yes, to Central Park.

They got married in April in a City Hall, but decided to have their wedding celebration last weekend:

We started our session in DUMBO, Brooklyn:With a lil view of Brooklyn Bridge:
How is it to be sooo gorgeous?Love the white roses with some orchids! We were all wrapped in a sweet fragrance while walking the city streets.. We found a vintage carousel, and the day couldn’t get more awesome:
Long kisses and Irina’s long legs :)
The reception was in a famous Russian Tatiana Restaurant, which is located right on a Broadwalk of Coney Island:
The cake… It needs it’s own paragraph.  It was simply magnificent… (Misha sums it up as: “peanut-butter chocolate heaven”) And the design? Incredible!  If you ever wish to be transform to cake heaven go to Nine Cakes:  Betsy, the owner will work with you on creation so unique and tasty, it will become one of the most special memories and a breathtaking experiences in your day:Misha is such a gent!  I loved how he cared for Irina through the day, and showered her with sweet kisses:We stepped outside for more photos on the Coney Island Avenue: And the beach:Misha and Irina, it was wonderful to meet you and document your love!  Thank you so much for this incredible day! xoxo