NY Modern Jewish Wedding from Jason Groupp Photography

Happy Wedding Wednesday!  OMG I dare you…

to find any detail about this wedding that you don’t absolutely LOVE.  From the bride’s Jimmy Choo Shoes to the top of the floral covered chuppah every detail is Fabulous!  And, captured in amazing pictures by Jason Groupp Photography so its almost as if we were invited.

Megan says, “We spent our morning getting ready with our respective friends at different locations. After Jason and Karen got some amazing shots of us seeing each other for the first time, we all headed over to 5 Pointz City to take some outdoor photos…in 40 degree weather! After our arctic-like adventure, we made our way back for the Ketubah signing, which was a quiet and intimate moment with only our closest friends, family and our beloved Rabbi, Jerome K. Davidson. Rabbi Davidson has officiated at many of our families special events. The actual wedding ceremony was definitely a surreal experience. We were both smiling like two crazy fools and holding onto each other’s hands for dear life! We spoke the traditional Hebrew vows, as well as some vows of our own, which made the ceremony that more special and unique. After that, the wedding was in full swing. We had our fist dance to Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me To the Moon” and then went right into the Hora. One of our favorite photos taken at our wedding is a photo of Benny’s face while he is on a chair being lifted during the Hora. Classic Benny face captured PERFECTLY by Jason! During the wedding, we were able to sneak away to take some photos on the dock which overlooks Manhattan and the 59th Street Bridge. Hands down, the best photo of the night is a black and white close-up of the two of us with the 59th Street Bridge in the background. It is so romantic, unique and artistic and we are absolutely in love with it. The whole night passed by in a wonderful blur, spent mingling with family and dancing with our amazing friends. It was a perfect and enchanting evening.”

The Modern Jewish Wedding Details

Many!  How about the gorgeous floral topped chuppah?  The Classic Benny face captured during the Hora.  The intimate Ketubah signing, the tallit wrap and kiss as well as having a family Rabbi.

Megan and Benny even included the dance of the Mezinka to honor the parents who have just married off their last child.

Mazel Tov Megan & Benny!

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Vendor Resources: Photographer:  Jason Groupp Photography//Jewelry: Abe Mor Diamond Cutters & C//Dress Designer: Amsale//Dress Designer: Anna Maier – Ulla-Maija Couture//Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Brooks Brothers//Jewelry: Cambridge Jewelers//Shoes: Enzo Angiolini//Band: Faze 4 Orchestras//Shoes: Jimmy Choo//Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Mens Warehouse//Officiant: Rabbi Jerome K. Davidson//Makeup Artist: Sally Duvall//Floral Designer: Simple Elegant Floral Decorators//Hair Stylist: StylesOnB//Reception Venue: Waters Edge Restaurant//Invitation Designer: William Arthur Fine Stationery//
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