It was a beautiful and traditional wedding at the NY Palace. Diane and Seb who are big traveler’s, decided to stay local and tie the knot in New York City. The couple exchanged vows during their elegant church ceremony, followed by a classic New York portrait session in Central Park. Later, the couple pulled up to their reception in a vintage car! They shared their first dance to Shania Twain’s, From this Moment, and from there on it was pure celebration. There were glow sticks for the dance floor, and flip-flops of all sizes so that guests never had to stop dancing. Diane and Seb cut into one of Ron-Ben Israel’s scrumptious cake creations, and even had a Macaron Tower cake that everyone wanted a piece of! It was a perfect day for these lovebirds! Congratulations Diane and Seb!
Thanks to JoVon Photography for the beautiful photos!
Whether you decide on the classic stretch limo or a fun party bus for your wedding day wheels, select a vehicle that will allow your photographer and videographer to travel with you. If possible, include your planner(s) as well in this count. This is especially important in New York City, where traffic can prevent vendors from getting to the next venue on time. Having vendors riding with you ensures an easy transition wherever your big day is being held!
Photo courtesy of The McCartney’s.
Many vintage limos don’t have air conditioning (a must for a hot summer wedding day). Also, remember that these are vintage, as in antiques. Don’t expect a 1920s vehicle to drive more than a few miles without breaking down. Better to use the vintage car as a prop and have the driver meet you at the photo location than depend on it for your actual transportation.
Photo courtesy of Molly Tippett.
On your wedding day, chances are that you’ll spend at least a few minutes in a limo of some sort. There’s nothing like being super nervous as you leave for the church or excited beyond belief surrounded by your entire bridal party on the way to photos…and you just can’t find the right song on the radio. Avoid this Jerry Maguire moment and bring along a CD or your iPod and a Line In so you can listen to great music.
Photo courtesy of Hawthorne Photography