Truly an unforgettable night!

Yeysenia + Alan | November 21, 2009

Alfred I DuPont Building | Wedding Ceremony and Reception

Life should be filled with sweet moments, don’t you think? I was impressed to learn that Alan proposed to Yesy in the sweetest place on earth, Hershey Pennsylvania–home of Hershey chocolates.

On their wedding day I remember that Yesy was all smiles and giggles just before their first look. “I was so excited and anxious to see Alan for the first time in my wedding dress.  Our first look was magical and unforgettable.”

The ceremony and reception took place at the historic Alfred I DuPont Building. The DuPont building is Miami’s only Art Deco skyscraper and was once a bank headquarters. Cypress ceilings, antique bank teller windows and my favorite backdrop, the immense, round door safe deposit vault make for a wedding photographers dream location!

Yesy’s description of her ceremony is great advice for every Bride. “I can’t even put into words the way I felt moments before I walked down the aisle, when I saw the  beautiful chuppah, all of my family and friends,  and my Alan waiting for me.  I remember pausing, looking around and saying to myself–grasp all of it and never forget it.”

“On our wedding day, I felt like a princess in a fairy tale.”

One of my favorite moments in any Jewish wedding is the horah – a dance of celebration. It is such an exciting exuberant expression of  joy that reflects the love and support of family and friends. Can you see how much Yesy and Alan enjoyed their horah?  — “I love, love, love going to weddings and dancing the horah, so I could not wait to get on that chair!”

A few details: Location: Alfred I Dupont Building; Wedding Dress: Priscilla Of Boston, Platinum Collection; Groom’s Tuxedo: Zegna; Caterer: Mena Catering; Florals: Vivian’s Petals; Limousine: Meilan Limousine; Wedding Cake: Ana Paz Cakes;  Coffee: Cafe A La Carte; Videography: Utopia Video

Enjoy their fantastic wedding slide show.  (Click on the play button)

“It was all so surreal I wish I  would have had a pause button so the night would have never ended.”

I would love to have pause button for life. Until I can come up with one,  great wedding photographs will take you back so that you can pause and reflect upon what an amazing night your wedding will be all about!

Take a look at another stunning Alfred I Dupont wedding: Melissa and Xavier

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  • danay

    Beautiful thanks why I choose you to be my photographer.

  • Stephan Maloman

    Magnificent work Roy. I’ll trade some of Candace’s gourmet cooking if you show me how you do those sweet detail shots 😉

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