Emma and Sean choose to have a beautiful Mt. Sinai Wedding at a private estate. When meeting our clients for the first time, it’s all about connection. And with Emma and Sean, it’s all about that. They are such an amazing couple and so fun. When we got together at our consultation, I knew that they were both musicians but diving further into their story, I was so impressed with their talents. Emma, a music teacher in an elementary and Sean is a professional pianist. So since I was a touring musician back in the day, we immediately connected.
When they got engaged back in March, everyone knew that this celebration would be awesome. There was a saying when they got engaged, “Soooo we’re engaged!!! It’s really happening!! Hold on to your hat Sean Fitzpatrick” and it sure was an amazing time.
I would like to thank my good friend and incredibly talented photographer Dave Paek for shooting with me. I would also like to thank Christopher Michael catering for the delicious food, Saja wedding design for the wedding dress, MG hair and makeup, Aria melody DJ with Nicole Otero on the turntables, Root Flowers and Treasures, and the famous Doughnut Plant for the nightcap sweets.
Congratulations to both Emma and Sean.
Mt. Sinai Wedding Prep
Emma and the girls were getting ready at her parent’s house which was part of her grandmother’s estate in Mt. Sinai belonging to the family for many generations. The property along with the building was a part of a working farm many years ago and had a lot of history. Emma’s dad mentioned that George Washington stated at this residence when during the Battle of Setauket. So cool.
Meanwhile, Sean and the boys were getting ready at his parent’s house about ten minutes away. Just like many grooms getting ready there were letting it loose with a few toasts.
Mt. Sinai Bride and Groom First Look
Mt. Sinai Ceremony
With the ceremony and reception being hosted on the property of Emma’s grandmother’s estate, the weather was always a concern. On our way out to their house that day, the clouds started getting very dark, and then the rain came. Lucky it was just a quick downpour and when the ceremony started the sun came out. A perfect way to start the beginning of an incredible wedding.
Mt. Sinai Wedding Reception
Then came the reception; wow what a crazy time. When I see families and friends come together and have such a great time, you know there will be some awesome moments.