Lea & John tied the knot on a balmy and perfect September day, in the heart of Brooklyn. Their day was sweet, laid back, filed with emotions and magic. The presence of their awesome pup Berlin added to the quirkiness and fun! As always, my second shooter Nadine and Rovner and I LOVED our clients, and working at MyMoon.

from Deb and Ken:

Lea and John,
What a beautiful couple and wonderful memories of an awesome wedding, dinner and dance party!! Best wishes for many years of happiness together!
Deb and Ken

(10.06.16 @ 03:55 PM)
from Shay Platz:

BEAUTIFUL!!!! Lovely captures of a stunning wedding. You look so happy, it makes me wanna cry all over again

(10.06.16 @ 06:37 PM)
from Jeanne Stander:

Oh my gosh ! I'm crying happy tears... These are such beautiful pictures. Lea, you are the most beautiful bride and John , the handsomest groom ever! I can't wait to get a picture to frame and look at each day . Xoxox

(10.09.16 @ 03:30 PM)
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