Elizaveta and Derek’s interfaith and multilingual wedding had no cultural boundaries! The gorgeous NYC affair honored Jewish traditions while including many Eastern European influences. Photography credit: Lilypad Photo Studio
The couple married at Manhattan’s Sun West Studios, with sun-drenched windows creating a soft urban ambiance.
Dresses & Accessories
Elizaveta’s bodice was beautiful, with a beaded lace overlay creating delicate straps on her wedding gown.
Cobalt blue shoes added a pop of color to her wedding day look, not to mention providing her “something blue.”
In fact, her shoes were just the beginning of bold wedding colors – Elizaveta’s bridesmaids wore mismatched gowns in a vivid red, royal blue, or deep purple.
These cozy personalized robes were perfect for pre-wedding preparations, and make for a great bridesmaid gift!
Jewish Interfaith Wedding Ceremony
Flowers that matched the wedding color scheme gathered the chuppah’s white fabric.
The cobalt blue aisle runner was an absolutely perfect addition to the white space!
A matching blue napkin to hold the glass Derek stepped on really added some style to this Jewish tradition!
The groom seemed dazzled by his lovely bride and their heartfelt nuptials.
He even sat in with the band to play drums during the reception!
There was plenty to keep guests entertained, including this eye-catching dancer.
This wedding was romantic and personal, and we are so happy to have been a part of it!
Mazel Tov to the happy couple! Thank you Lilypad Photo Studio for capturing the entire event!
Photographer: Lilypad Photo Studio
Reception Venue: Sun West Studios, Manhattan NYC
Makeup Artist & Hair Stylist: Lauren DeCosimo
Floral Designer: Opalia Flowers
Dress Store: Wedding Atelier
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