Wedding: Viviana and Henry at Fordham University

The wedding was at Fordham. The groom went to Fordham. I went to Fordham. My assistant went to Fordham. I shoot for Fordham.

(Sorry, Viv. Penn State is a good college, too.)

I knew Henry a bit when we were in school together, and I’d been looking forward to this one for a while. We’re talking about a couple who met in salsa dancing class — if that isn’t the recipe for an awesome reception, I don’t know what is.

And it didn’t disappoint. From a ceremony at the gorgeous Fordham chapel to a colorful and energetic reception, it was a blast the entire day. And that’s not to mention the groomsmen’s hilarious stop at White Castle on the way to the reception, or Henry bringing in a singer to re-enact a classic moment from one of Viv’s favorite movies: Coming to America.

Awesome.

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  • http://www.hannahlundberg.com Hannah

    These are really awesome, Ryan. I LOVE the one with her veil blowing about.

  • http://www.dennispikephoto.com Dennis Pike

    killed it. that first portrait of the two of them with the chapel(?) in the background i so good I want to hang it on my wall.

  • http://www.katbramanphotography.com Kat Braman

    too cool! what a fun couple. One of my husband’s groomsmen sang that same song to me at our reception!

  • http://www.danielledaigle.com Danielle Daigle

    Gorgeous!! I love your work. I love the way you use light and capture moments. Just beautiful!

  • http://stevekoophotography.com Steve Koo

    Some beautiful stuff, Ryan. The reflections in the church shot are fantastic, and your portraits are great, too. The reception looked fun!

  • http://www.aadesanya.com toks

    I happened to stumble upon your blog. Nice set of images. I love the colors in the cake shot and the bride and groom on the dance floor. The framed portrait of the flower girls is lovely too.
    Toks

  • http://memylifemyadventure.blogspot.com/ leanna

    me like me like :D

  • http://kristinahopper.com Kristina

    The leading lines of that top portrait are simply exquisite. Loving your work!