Alexandria and Sohail
Home to the Brooklyn Bridge, the famous Coney Island-based Astro Land Park and some of the most diverse restaurants in New York City, Brooklyn is arguably the hippest borough in the Big Apple. It’s no wonder engaged couples from every borough come here to get married. No matter your taste, you’re sure to find a wedding venue that’s right for you.
Our studio is located in the Sunset Park section at Industry City (check out their cool rooftop films in the summer) and our photographers love shooting close to home. Amazing venues like The Green Building, Bacchus and the bed and breakfast turned wedding venue, Akwaaba Mansion are just a few of our favorite spots.
Of course, you will be hard pressed to find a space as unique as Deity Events! They offer 4- levels of candle lit space for use during your wedding and even have all inclusive options. (so you don’t have to find a caterer or separate DJ) They’ve recently added a bridal suite on the top floor with a rooftop pool! We love shooting there so much that we offer all Deity clients 10% off our wedding packages!
Alexandria and Sohail contacted our studio after booking the affordable venue and wanted a photographer to capture it all. We started with the Bride at The Holiday Inn Brooklyn Downtown as she got ready with her bridesmaids.
We love the Bride’s unique mermaid style wedding gown. Not only did it fit her like a glove, it featured lace inserts on the bodice, skirt and train. Alexandria chose a blusher veil and wore her hair down in romantic waves. She finished her look with a black leather jacket and bridal bouquet of white, peach and blue florals.
Her groom waited for her at the Brooklyn Ice Cream factory in Brooklyn Bride Park and looked camera ready in a blue suit and peach tie. His groomsmen wore blue as well and grey ties with peach boutonnieres. After some romantic portraits in the area, the Bride and Groom and wedding party headed to Deity.
Their ceremony took place on the top level of the venue. Stringed lights were hung from the ceiling and illuminated a wall of sheer curtains behind the couple as they exchanged vows. The couple was pronounced Husband and Wife and moved to the Lounge level for cocktails while the room was converted for their reception.
The evening ended with dancing in the cellar and everyone got in on the fun. We had a blast capturing this Brooklyn wedding and can’t wait to shoot at Deity again!