How cool are these amazing shoes from Manolo Blahnik?
The view of Manhattan from Pebble beach.
Heavenly Florist in Queens did such a beautiful job with Arleny’s bouquet.
The iconic view of the Brooklyn Bridge from Plymouth Street.
I love the colors of this photo—Pebble Beach is one of my favorite spots in DUMBO to take photographs!
Daniel seeing Arleny for the first time.
Adonis (the Officiant) actually introduced Arleny & Daniel. Because of this, they felt it only fitting that he was the one to make it official!
That moment of bliss—walking down the aisle as husband and wife!
Arleny & Daniel are both engineers. Because of this, they decided to create many of their reception details.
Arleny & Daniel met while studying to be engineers in school (Daniel is a mechanical engineer and Arleny is a civil engineer). Fast forward a few years and they decided to host their beautiful wedding in New York City. A unique touch—their officiant was actually the person who introduced them to each other!
Because they live in downtown Brooklyn, we took advantage of the short drive and take wedding photographs in DUMBO. With NYC as our backdrop, we walked around town. We then went to The Vanderbilt at South beach for their ceremony and reception.
Photographer: Tom Schelling Photography
Venue: The Vanderbilt at South Beach
Florals: Heavenly Florist
Bride’s Shoes: Manolo Blahnik
Bride’s Dress: Marchesa
Rings: David Yurman
Groom’s Suit: Robbie & Co.
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As a wedding photographer based in both New York City & Southern California, Tom has captured over 100 weddings! Together, we love to celebrate with you and your friends on one of the most exciting days of your lives. It brings us such joy to capture your wedding in an artistic way, not only telling your wedding story, but also making sure to bring warmth and friendliness (and a few laughs!) to the day.