Tim and Natasha had a beautiful east coast wedding in upstate New York this past September.
From the photographer: “This past September we packed our bags and flew out to the East coast to capture one of the most beautiful weddings, in one of the most iconic locations in upstate New York. Nestled along the forest overlooking the Hudson River, Tim and Natasha rented out a quaint airbnb where their ceremony and reception was held.”
Tim and Natasha originally wanted to tie the know in NYC in the spring but COVID-19 had other plans. Their east coast wedding was still one to remember and a dream come true for this couple.
From the bride: “I really wanted a summer-camp-meets-Anthropologie with a woodland whimsy vibe. Chelsea (sister of the bride) and Jackie (friend) found these amazing wood stumps, which they decorated with candles and florals. We used all of the rugs in our Air BnB for an impromptu aisle runner!”
The flowers were a highlight of the day. All of the flowers were bought from a wholesale flower farm in rural Pennsylvania. The bride and her girls assembled the centerpieces the night before the wedding. The bride wanted a wildflower-inspired, rainbow color palette with lots of greenery.