If you love all things classic, elegant, and romantic, you’re going to love Thielly and Eric’s beautiful Endicott Estate Wedding. The love and the details that went into every part of their classic black tie Endicott Estate wedding day was stunning. They included elements of Thielly’s Brazilian culture, and they included Eric’s Jewish culture as well. This was seen throughout their day and during their ceremony where they stood underneath an elegantly adorned Chuppah to say their vows. These two are so in love, and there were so many breathtaking moments witnessing the two of them together. Their smiles are infectious, and their love for one another runs deep. It was truly an honor to photograph their day, and see two families come together along with all of their friends to celebrate with them. Here are a few favorites from their day.
The lovely bride arrived with her hair and makeup already done. We spent some time in the bridal suite making beautiful portraits of her as she spent time with her family before getting into her gown. I love this moment of Thielly reading a love letter from Eric before walking down the aisle.
The flower girl was the sweetest, and I think she loved the bride’s sparkly earrings.
The light in the bridal suite at Endicott Estate was so warm and delightful. Thielly wore a Pronovias wedding gown for the ceremony that was ever so elegant. She later changed into a second gown during the reception. Oh yes she did dance in those shoes!!
We had some time for some bridal portraits, and I love this portrait. Simple, yet elegant and timeless. Such a gorgeous bride!
Thielly walked down the aisle with her mom, and the embrace of her dad and Eric shows so much raw emotion. Love this.
The entire ceremony was so warm and full of love.
So much sibling love in this one photo. These guys had an incredible time together celebrating with their brother and sister.
Clouds rolled in shortly after the ceremony, but you’d never know it with the glow on these beautiful faces.
Graceful and elegant.
The linens on the tables were decorated with various linen textures and patterns that went exquisitely well together. There were four dining areas for guests, but the design elements of the decor created a collective and warm atmosphere for dinner and later dancing in the main ballroom.
Their first dance was perfectly choreographed to John Legend’s “So High”. It was a party all night long, and the live music by East Coast Soul, kept everyone on the dance floor.