Metropolitan Building Wedding Photography New York
After arriving in New York at the Metropolitan Building, I was a bit taken back. I have seen this building on Tv and in Movies on more than one occasion. It's an experience in itself just looking around.
The light, the floor, the details, the props and antiques were stored and placed so thoughtfully to make it feel like a movie set every day.
This is one of those weddings where everything goes right. The light inside the Metropolitan Building was beautiful and clean. The wedding planners and florists made the place even more of a wow factor.
Mia + Phil booked me sometime before this wedding, and it was one of my first of the year, and I was so excited. Their calm demeanour made this such a beautiful experience to photograph.
After the first ceremony, Mia + Phil changed into Korean wedding clothes and had an excellent Korean ceremony that included all of their family.
As far as it goes, this wedding was classy cool, and the party was banging, what more could you want?
Wedding All-Star Team
Planner Lara www.theprivilegeisminenyc.com
Flowers Artist https://www.threenotchflorals.com/
Cake Artist https://milkbarstore.com/
Grooms suit http://casely-hayford.com/
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Simply amazing and inspiring work, love it!
Wow, what a fantastic looking wedding. I’d love to photograph a wedding in New york. Captured perfectly.
DUDE…… These are ace, from start to finish. It looks like it was an awesome day. I love the shot of the bride walking down the stairs.
Awesome work Craig, well done.
It’s lovely how they changed themes to also honor Korean traditions. Love the crazy dance! 😀
Love this city!!! Gret work and very consistent. Love the feel of each image!
Amazing collection Craig, love the dancefloor photos!
Aww, love a mixture of two cultures at a wedding. And you documented it beautifully!
These are stunning and I love the ceremony room
Stunning location (love this building) and fabulous wedding photographs beautifully captured!
So dreamy and beautiful wedding day. Fantastic work!
You’re a bloody good photographer mate. Love this post.