Lithia and Brendan were one of those lucky couples (I say lucky in full sarcasm) who had to deal with a postponement in light of the pandemic. We did their engagement photos in 2019 and they were originally going to get married last year, but moved their date to 2021 instead because they wanted to be able to have all their people at their wedding! I’m so grateful that they did, too, because what a day! We had a gorgeous April day of sunshine outside of the Brooklyn Arts Center. BAC is always one of my favorite venues to work in, you just can’t go wrong in that gorgeous old building. It has so much wide open space, you can do pretty much anything you want inside, and the outside courtyard is perfect all on it’s own, too. Lithia is hands down one of my most laid back brides in the world, and I’m so thankful to her for that. She had me cracking up all day, AND she had TWO incredible dresses. Her ceremony dress was made up from her mother and grandmother’s wedding dress, and her reception dress was all her own! This was one of the first weddings that I’ve worked in awhile where it felt almost “normal” again – and it felt GOOD! Cheers to 2021, and to Lithia and Brendan! You guys did it!!!

Photographer: Lightbloom Photography
Venue: Brooklyn Arts Center
Coordinator: Meg Henson Events
Catering: Culinary Creations
DJ: Brian Hood
Officiant: Lynn Glaros
Cake: Whole Foods
Rentals: L&L Tent and Party Rentals
Lighting: Event Excellence