Congratulations Erika & Justin! Though the day was very cold and windy, nothing could stop them from having the perfect wedding that they planned!
For those brides and grooms planning for a cozy and comfortable fall wedding, look no further! Here are some suggestions we have for planning the perfect wedding. Using our experience and the latest trends we’ve come up with some surefire considerations to really take your wedding planning to the next level.
The clouds have passed… for the most part, and summer seems like it’s finally here to stay for a little while. The weather’s looking great here in the NYC/Long Island area and for those of you couples planning your weddings for the summer season listen up for some great ideas and tips all couples should know!
Kristin and Edmond, I had such a blast at your wedding I wanted to take an opportunity and share it as well!
Spring marks the beginning of the wedding season for most couples (don’t fret you winter wedding lovers we have you covered too!) and for others, it means the beginning of the daunting process of planning for your wedding.
Angel Project is proud to announce that for the 5th time since 2012 we have been featured on Wedding Wire with the "Couples Choice Award" now for 2017!
Angel Project is proud to announce that for the fifth consecutive year in a row, we have been selected to be awarded the knot’s “best of wedding” award.
Congratulations Daniela & Joseph!
Winter is now upon us with Christmas carols filling the air, the weather getting colder and the first signs of snow! While most couples shy away from the thought of a winter wedding, there are many reasons you may want to reconsider. Winter weddings are usually associated with headache, inclement weather, and worst or best of all snow. But fear not, here are some reasons why you might want a beautiful winter wedding!
Having a first look in your wedding has been cropping up all over the place these days and you may be wondering if a “first look” is right for your wedding! Essentially, the “first look” is a period of privacy (apart from photography/videography staff) where the bride and groom see each other for the first time on their wedding day. This’ll be the first time they see each other in their wedding attire and usually precedes the ceremony and rest of the night. You may be wondering… what’s the point? And whatever happened to the good old traditional way of seeing each other for the first time at the altar?
Lisa & Ryan had their wedding (06/03/16) ceremony and reception at the Estate of Three Village Inn. While the day began with an overcast sky and small chance for rain, Lisa and Ryan began their preparations for the wedding shortly after 1 PM.
So if Jack was writing the story, it would probably say: Once upon a time... Happily ever after.
But there's a little more to it than that.
And like most good love stories, this one starts with some casual hitchhiking...
Daniela and Joseph, congratulations on your wedding!
Their story was inspiring to many of us here at Angel Project and thus we are featuring their wedding in our blog so that you can learn about their special love for each other. Daniela and Joseph's wedding ceremony and reception were both held at the absolutely stunning Mayflower Grace in Washington, CT and starting with an excellent vibe early on in the day till the later evening they remained the center of joy wherever they went!
For many years now, wedding trends have been following along trends in well… people! And why would they not. At its core a wedding is about focusing on the union of the bride and groom and if the way people think is shifting, then logically that manifests in similar changes in wedding trends.
Last year, in October, we shared the first post in our “Wedding Proposals” blog series, rounding up the best, most heartfelt ways of popping the big question. The post was so popular that our team at Angel Project decided that a part two was in order.
In the months leading up to your big day, you will be occupied by the numerous items involved in carrying off the perfect wedding — everything from venue decisions to floral arrangements to the particulars of your guest list.
Engagement photo shoots are important for a variety of reasons. Not only is this initial session a meaningful showcase of your and your partner’s connection, it is also often the first time both of you are involved in a series of professional photos before the wedding day.
The best engagement shoots share one quality in common: they look natural and intimate. Interlocked fingers, intense gazes, and beaming smiles against beautiful backdrops — every shot fluidly and organically tells the story of a couple’s affection for each other.
It is an understatement to say that wedding planning is a feat in details. With such minutiae spanning event-related specifics like the invites, décor, menu, to beauty, accessories, and dress for the bride, nothing can be missed! That’s why wedding resource sites are so valuable in assisting with inspiration and preparation for the big day.
With its remarkably-photogenic range of natural landscapes and elegantly historic venues, Long Island is an irresistible choice for couples when it comes to wedding shoots.
We met back when were in college. We were on and off for many years but have been together again for over two years. We are soul mates and the best of friends. Our time is spent enjoying each other's company or the company of our friends and family.
Why wait till the end to serve the best part? For couples with a sweet tooth, the wedding dessert bar is a perfect, creative alternative or complement to the traditional wedding cake stand.
Ah, the perfect wedding dress — the feature in a young girl’s dream, the superstar of every bride’s fantasy. In fact, it’s difficult to come up with a more important, have-to-get-it-right piece in a wedding.
Leading up to the ceremony on the big day, it’s equally important to choose the perfect spot for a wedding shoot! The choice of location sets the tone for a day of romance and charm, to be captured and remembered fondly for years to come.
The question “will you marry me?” may rank among the most anticipated and celebrated phrases in any language or culture. With its unique power to sweep in an entirely new future for a to-be couple, fewer phrases are as simultaneously exhilarating, terrifying, and yes — carefully planned out.