I joined Maya and David on their wedding day just ahead of their first look, and then we popped around Williamsburg for about an hour to get some portraits of the two of them together (and some with their little pup, Nibbler!). Maya and David’s wedding screamed Autumn and I am so in love with all of the details and floral work from this day. Hope Mirlis, as always, delivered a beautiful and heartfelt ceremony for the couple. Their guest list for their golden hour ceremony was small and perfect with just their immediate families, but they were joined by many more over Zoom.
As we were putting together their timeline for the day, Maya reminded me that it’s so important to stay flexible and remember what’s important to you on your wedding day. This piece of advice is something that a lot of folks take away from planning their wedding, and especially while planning during a pandemic. They traded in a Barcelona soiree for this beautiful Brooklyn rooftop, and while putting the finishing touches on their wedding they were able to spend time near home with their families in Brooklyn and Connecticut. She told me that keeping it small has allowed them to focus on whats most important and they were so happy to have their immediate family so close to celebrate this commitment.
From Maya: “Lauren recently photographed our micro wedding and perfectly captured the day. We couldn’t be happier with the way our photos turned out — they totally blew us away! She sent us a sneak peek the day after our wedding and got our full gallery back to us in record time (the best surprise!). Lauren was incredibly professional, responsive and easy/fun to work with. If you are considering using her for your wedding, just one piece of advice – do it!”