The wedding of Aysu and Adam was the perfect blend of vintage and culture! What was most unique about this Manhattan wedding, besides the stunning backdrop of the Empire State building, was the wonderful blend of Turkish and Jewish culture and tradition. Retro Style Video by Mint Cinematography. (view video below)
Breaking Plates! Nothing screams celebration like the sound of breaking dishes. And, just like the glass broken under the huppah, you can use the pieces of broken china to make a beautiful keepsake, such as a wedding frame, mezuzah, or piece of art.
Dancing! Traditional Jewish and Turkish dancing brings out the fun side of even the most shy guests. Aysu and Adam’s wedding was filled with lots and lots of dancing, laughing and happy tears.
All this celebrating takes place before the wedding ceremony begins!
Ceremony under the Huppah The couple’s ceremony take place under the traditional huppah. After the glass was broken Adam whisked away his bride and carried her back down the aisle in his arms. So romantic! Let the Hora begin!
Mazel Tov Aysu and Adam! Thank you for sharing your special day with us.
Cinematographer: Mint Cinematography
Photographer: Robert Allen Photography
Venue: Studio 450, Manhattan, NY
Editorial Partner: Two Bright Lights