More often than not, your typical wedding can be somewhat stressful. It’s not easy to plan the biggest day of your life (along with seeing every important family member on both sides)! It’s always amazing to see how two people so in love balance each other throughout their day, and Ashley & Graham did just that. From their first look on the Spring Lake bridge to dancing all night at Doolan’s, it was easy to tell the newlyweds were destined for one another.
It was a beautiful day in Brielle as Cristina & Ed exchanged their vows. As day turned to night, the dancing started and the music never stopped. And by that, I mean there were two bands! Under an amazing crescent moon, the newlyweds danced closely and celebrated all night with family and friends.
I love how you can create something awesome by destroying something beautiful. In the warm-ish, end-of-summer ocean, Jackie & Kevin trashed the dress and were really good sports about being fully dressed in the water. I mean, it can’t be easy to move around in a soaked wedding dress (especially when the tide starts to come in!). The fact that these two can have so much fun in any element really shows how strong their love is.
It’s a rare thing, but once in awhile the stars align and two amazing people find each other. Alyssa & Jonathan are two of those star-aligning people. They began their wedding day preparing for their first look on the docks of the Molly Pitcher Inn, before hopping on a trolley around Red Bank.
With a barrage of confetti, CO2 cannons, more DJ’s than I could count, and a spirit animal named Rupert, the newlyweds ended their night with a party like Red Bank’s never seen before.
Wrapping up summer with a flourish, Lauren & Jason couldn’t help but keep their eyes on each other.. and who can blame them? After exchanging vows at the Crystal Ballroom, they kept the party going and danced arm-in-arm all night.