Gorgeous Grooms at Per Se

The lovely Sasha shot these gorgeous grooms and their fabulous party at Thomas Keller's legendary restaurant, Per Se.
Please scroll down and click on the thumbnails to see some of the yummy hors d'oeuvres!
Also, I cannot recommend enough their quartet "Well Strung" - they were INCREDIBLE.

Refinery 29

Last week Refinery 29 published photographs of three couples taken by Georgi Richardson at Maggie Marguerite Studios, in an article about brides and their favorite wedding day moments.

Inbal talked about how special it was to share it with her nine-month-old baby, Tonya spoke about the beautiful intimacy of marrying at home, and Nataliya summed up how fun a portrait of just the bride and groom can be: "We spent time together with New York, its people, and its inexhaustible contrasts. We wanted the world to know we just got married; we wanted to share the best day of our lives.”

Beautiful Caryn

Love these images of Caryn at home, a few minutes before she headed off to get married! 


A fun afternoon taking pictures of this gorgeous couple before their prom. 
(They're both off to Harvard in the fall).

Brooklyn Botanic Gardens Bat Mitzvah

This gorgeous spring bat mitzvah was planned by the lovely Alix at Partow Events

See more photos published on Mazel Moments!

Charlie Palmer at The Knick

Charlie Palmer celebrated the opening of "Charlier Palmer at The Knick" at The Knickerbocker Hotel this Wednesday! Click on the images below to see more!

Church Street School For Music and Art Fundraiser - with Harvey Keitel and KT Tunstall

A really fun last night! Organised by the one and only Danielle, at Classic Events, despite the slush fest outside, the party was in full force at the stunning Tribeca Rooftop. Harvey Keitel, KT Tunstall, New York City Council's Margaret Chin and City Winery's Michael Dorf were among the hundreds of guests there to support Church Street School for Music and Art.

Upper Story

Maggie Marguerite photographed Charlie Palmer's Upper Story this January. Upper Story very recently renovated the space and it's an amazing location for an event: it sits right on top of the D & D building with sweeping views of the 59th Street bridge and midtown Manhattan. The food is, of course, incredible, along with the views and impeccable service.

Scroll down to see a behind-the-scenes shot ;)

Some of our photos were features on NY Eater!

Chef, photographer and culinary consultant William Shear in action!

Chef, photographer and culinary consultant William Shear in action!