Wednesday, May 27, 2009

A Bride in the City

Coming up later today, I am excited to bring you the gorgeous New Orleans wedding of Andi and Joe, but up first, we have Andi's accompanying bridal portraits taken this past November by Chris Williams of Zoeica Images.

Andi had lived in New York City for a number of years, and Joe grew up in the area. Knowing they would eventually leave New York, the place where they were first a couple, Andi thought it seemed a fitting place to take her portraits.

"Eventually" happened much sooner than Andi had expected though, as in January of this year, shortly after their wedding, Andi and Joe moved from the city. These photos will surely serve as a beautiful reminder of this special place in their history.







Also, a hat's off to Andi who braved below freezing temperatures in late November to take these gorgeous photos! Had she not told me, I would never have guessed it was 25 degrees Fahrenheit the day of her photo shoot. What a pro!

5 comments:

Georgia B. said...

these are beautiful. i'm going to a wedding this weekend. it's in nashville though. a little different from new york, but will still be great!

i hope to take a few pictures of my own—nothing nearly as good as these, but at least i have something to aspire to. :)

Treacy said...

Andi is so beautiful! These photographs truly are treasures. My absolute favorite, is Andi standing in front of the Flat iron Building...it just takes my breath away.

Now I can't wait to see the New Orleans part!!!

Alicia said...

Sleeveless & smiling??? Way to go
Andi!!!!
Holding my breath for NOLA...

abigail said...

If you hadn't said otherwise, I would have thought these photos were taken in the past few weeks, on a lovely spring day.
What a beautiful bride! she can't stop smiling!
It's so great that they will have these photos of her in her wedding dress in a place that means so much to the both of them.
(I really love the applique detail on her veil!)
thanks for posting these!

alissa said...

ahhh i cant believe it was that cold! you'd never know - she looks great