Sarah Tew Photography

Jim & Joni: A New Year’s Day Wedding!
January 2, 2011, 8:04 pm
Filed under: Wedding Day, Weddings

Jim contacted me right around Christmas to inquire if I could shoot a small wedding ceremony on 1/1/11! Luckily I was going to be back in town after visiting my family and I thought surely shooting a wedding on the first day of 2011 would be great way to start the year. Jim and Joni were visiting from Ohio and had their children gathered in attendance, some simple bouquets and dinner plans to celebrate! Through a friend of the family they were able to have their ceremony inside the lovely Marble Collegiate Church on 29th Street with a wonderful minister and organist– which still had it’s gorgeous holiday decorations up. It was a quiet and moving ceremony– these two are clearly thrilled to be joining together in marriage, and I was honored to document the ceremony and create some sweet portraits for them to remember this time in NYC with.  Here are some favorites…

Isn’t this church just marvelous looking?

I snapped this last one as Joni was looking at her marvelous new wedding band, showing her son how it hugs her engagement ring.

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Congratulations Jim & Joni!! God bless you both. What a sweet ceremony…thank you for sharing. ❤ ❤

Comment by Lee Ann Molnar

Congratulations Jim and Joni! Fabulous pictures in one magical town. I hope this year is all and more than you could ever hope for. Hopefully we might get to see you this summer!

Comment by Pam Simmons

How beautiful, how happy, how beautiful!!!!
Best wishes to the new family.
Susan and Joe

Comment by Susan and Joe

Jim and Joni-
The photos are beautiful! Congratulations Mr and Mrs. Medsker! Here’s to a great 2011!

Comment by Rogliatti, Tom and Becky

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