There are so many venues on Long Island, I’m quite sure I have not seen them all. But I do love Three Village Inn. It’s quaint and cute and wonderfully intimate.
They have cottages on the grounds that couples can stay in for their wedding and get ready in so they aren’t burdened with renting limousines to get to and fro.
Sarah and Adam both chose to get ready at the cottages, as well as have a first look so we had plenty of time for romantics in different locations. With the help of my second shooter Connie we made the most of what little October light we had.
Sarah you are the sweetest, and also a complete rock star. This lovely lady broke her toe and STILL rocked a pair of heels.
I love the ceremony of a ketubah, and this was one of the most emotional ones I’ve had the pleasure of documenting.
Family pictures! I always hope these grace familial walls for generations, hung next to their own childrens and grandchildrens.
It is possible to have a ceremony at night, we just bring it with us!
Like I said, we had a lot of time to do romantics around the property. Sarah brought along this gorgeous red pashima to cuddle up in. It was October after all and evenings got crisp quick. Sarah’s mom also rented a golf cart to transport them around (I did mention the broken toe right?) but they are also avid golfers!
Oh man, the horah. As a photographer you either get in it or miss it! And the chair lift, haha Sarah they won’t drop you!
There were endearing and funny speeches, lots of dancing and celebrating. And then it was over in a flash! I hope these images help you relive it.