New York Public Library Wedding Portraits
During college, Lindsey had internships that took her to England working at Alexander McQueen to the Gap in San Fransisco. Though her career in fashion took her to many different cities, Lindsey & Keith kept their long distance relationship going for many years. They finally moved to New York City to start this new chapter of their lives together. Keith proposed on the Top of the Rock at the Rockefeller Center shortly after and they chose their hometown in Ohio to get married in.
With NYC being their home, it made sense to take one more couple’s portrait shoot after the wedding. Without having to worry about the rush of a wedding day, they got back into the gown and suit, and we took beautiful morning portraits at the New York Public Library on 5th Avenue. It’s an iconic landmark that made for a stunning setting. Designs by Ahn created a delicate, organic bouquet for this shoot with a mixture of pinks, yellows and deep burgundy to celebrate the beginning of fall.
Her bridal jacket was made for a shot like the ones we took along 5th Avenue! Lindsey had hand painted her new last name with a DIY kit by Bash Creative Design on a modern white leather jacket she wore at her reception. You would expect to see amazing style like this for a fashion designer’s wedding, she nailed it!