Kevin and Erica were married this past weekend in an absolutely beautiful ceremony in White Plains, New York amid their closest friends and family. These two most certainly know how to throw a party, and a well executed and thoughtfully planned party, at that! Every single detail was considered and thoughtfully prepared for, from Erica’s six pence in her shoe to the multi-level cocktail hour complete with roasted pigs, oysters, and entire wheels of parmesan – Kevin and Erica made sure that their guests felt loved and cared for at every moment of the day.
These two adventurers had some of the most beautiful reception details with watercolor table cards named after locations they’ve visited (and there have been a lot!), and don’t even get me started on the florals. Erica’s flowers went on for DAYS! I could go on and on telling you about their beautiful wedding, but this is one you’ve just got to see for yourselves.
So, without further ado – I give you, Kevin and Erica’s Classic New York Wedding.
Many, many thanks to the fab vendor team that helped make this day a success!
Videography: Something Blue Films
Ashley Sue is a Charlotte based Wedding and Lifestyle Photographer specializing in capturing the moments in between the posing. Ashley can best be described as energetic, optimistic, and a perpetual romantic.
While Ashley has photographed weddings nationwide from simple church ceremonies to elaborate ballroom receptions; her authentic + joyful style shines brightest in outdoor locations such as the Blue Ridge mountains of Asheville, NC and architecturally rich surroundings of Charlotte, North Carolina (and Paris. Always, always, always Paris.).
Ashley is available for travel world-wide + is passport ready. Contact Ashley today to book your 2019 or 2020 wedding.
Ashley is also the founder of The Biz Babe Collective; a community of women supporting women so that our sisters, our friends, and our daughters will never wonder if they can do what we are doing today.
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