From Judson, the photographer: “Clara and Jean Pierre met while Clara was studying at Mount Sinai medical school and Jean Pierre was a nurse in the Hospital. During the rare lunch breaks they had together while at Mount Sinai, they would walk through the conservatory gardens just outside the hospital. Clara and Jean Pierre wanted an intimate and chic wedding and they wanted to play
This colorful wedding celebrated both the bride, Helen’s, southern roots, as well as the groom, Tom’s, Australian roots- in addition to their shared life in NYC! They were married at Savannah’s very own Railroad Museum and were our first couple in Ivory and Beau history to choose to host their ceremony in front of one of the smokestacks outside. They didn’t have a bridal party, so
Crashing waves and an orange sunset made a perfect backdrop for this dramatic winter beach elopement on Cannon Beach in Oregon. Olga’s stunning Mignonette Atelier dress looked as though it was part of the ocean breeze. Her effortless and elegant fishtail braid contrasted with the carefully arranged, vibrant bouquet of orange tulips and soft pink peonies only add to the drama of the couple’s shoot. For a fun twist, two ponies out on walk decided to stroll down the beach alongside the happy couple.
Set amidst the hustle and bustle of Chicago, this industrial-inspired ceremony featured both modern style and classic elegance. Before walking down the aisle, Vanessa and David stole a few moments in the middle of a busy street and then head to Lincoln Park for photos with the wedding party. A stunning, geometric arch served as their backdrop.
A relaxed and cozy wedding captured by Mary Margaret Smith.