A New York City Affair To Remember
Photos by: Jamie Levine Photography
"Who says you need one year to plan a wedding?" the bride said with tongue-in-cheek. Originally set to marry in Key West, Florida, Angela and Jeffrey were faced with a displaced wedding following a hurricane, leaving them only 37 days to re-plan the big day. With the exception of their wedding photographer, Jamie Levine Photography, and the bride's Pnina Tornai dress from Kleinfeld, which had already been secured in advance, nearly every detail of the day had to be reset upon the relocation. With the help of Jackie Travers of Busy Bride Planning + Consulting, the couple not only pulled off the impossible - planning a New York City wedding with nearly no notice - they did so as though they had all the time in the world.
"I can honestly say I would not change one thing
from our wedding weekend," Angela confessed.
The wedding was held at The Rainbow Room in Manhattan, the very same weekend as they had originally planned for in Key West. "It was truly a New York City affair to remember," remarked Jamie Levine of Jamie Levine Photography. From the exquisite cake crafted by Ron Ben-Israel Cakes to the beautiful white flowers arranged by Atlas Floral, the day was magical in every way. The sweeping views that surrounded them only added to the list of reasons for why there is no place like New York City for a wedding. The couple took iconic photographs, including posing with a classic vintage taxi cab, which captured the essence of the city's rich culture.
With less than ideal circumstances that surrounded the relocation, it would seem that everything had fallen into its rightful place, solidified by the couple's friends and family having the time of their lives.