The wedding journey of Tim and Anna was started from wedding proposal in the city center. Tim was 18 and Anna was 17 when they first met. Over the years they would meet each other at events and conversation would always flow so easily and pleasure. Tim was 23 when Anna realised he was her missing lovely piece. When Tim and Anna began speaking she knew he was the one in her heart and minds. When I had seen them first time, I was sure that they understood each other at first sight, had the same goals, plans and all problems were so petty when they were together. So, their life-changing moment happened when It was their first time in NYC and Tim invited Anna at Cat’s rock in Central Park. This rock has a gorgeous view of Central Park along with the NYC high-rise scenery. When our couple came up on the rock, Anna just had no idea that it was a part of the proposal plan. I was a “secret guest” and was waiting for a proposal, observing the couple aside.
They looked at the city and snapped some pictures of the ice skating rink. Before coming down, Tim got on one knee and asked Anna to marry him. Of course, I caught this happiest moment. She was so shocked and surprised to find out that Tim was also there making secret shooting of her engagement with my help. Congratulations to our wonderful couple!
After the proposal we continued engagement photo shoot close NYC’s subway and by Flatiron building. The triangular building’s signature shape is one of the most photographed and recognizable landmarks in New York City.
I always pay attention on details. A beautiful frieze wraps the top floors, and other distinctive decorations abound across the building – that is my favorite view and I also enjoy to share with its view with the couples on our photo shots. I recommend this place. The best locations for the most memorable wedding pictures is the Flatiron Building are at 23rd Street and Fifth Avenue, from the sides and from Madison Square Park. Try it!