Elopement wedding at Bowbridge in Central park.
It was a beautiful winter day. Couple with the family cape from Mexico City. After dating for four years, Roman and Vicky were finally getting married. There was resistance from both families but they had dug their heels in. They tried all possible means to convince their parents, but nothing worked. They threatened to elope. The parents relented. They could certainly do without a scandal. As Roman and Vicky said they fought to get married, fought to love honestly and to be loved for someone valued for them. Considering the degree of the confrontation they had faced, the couple expected frosty treatment from both sides, for a while. But they were in for a surprise. Roman`s parents welcomed Vicky into the family with open arms. He was pampered to the hilt at every visit. Vicky’s parents showered Rhea with all the attention deserving of a to-be daughter-in-law. Everybody seemed to have taken a complete U-turn!
Roman was a die-hard romantic. The furore of resistance (which he thought was rather thrilling) had subsided, and he looked forward to a ‘perfect’ wedding. Couple have chosen Bowbridge in Central Park for this magnificent event and hired me to catch every lucky moment for them. It sure seemed to be happening that way. The families were not just happy, but very enthusiastic; and wedding elopement planned earlier had no need. The wedding preparations were on in full swing and Vicky was on top of the world! When I saw honest smiles on faces of sweethearts, I felt happiness that I am in power to stop this lovely times in shots! Right time, right place in the center of New York City and two loved heart together surrounded by the closest people for both. What could be better this winter day?