A romantic styled shoot to inspire your bridal dreams. Taking place in a beautiful venue located in Long Island, Leonard’s Palazzo – the type of venue you’d think you would only see in your dreams. As soon as you walk in, you feel like royalty. Crystal chandeliers shine and wave from above. The winding staircases add a touch of nostalgia and elegance as they ascend to the heavens. The fireplace is a gorgeous dark wood, laced with golden intricacies, accentuating the white and golden brick in the center. The only thing that makes your eyes wander are the timeless candlesticks as the flames do a little dance, as if they are preparing for a night of love and laughter.
Our bride looked like an absolute princess. She wore a long, flowy silver and white lehenga, laced with some of the most intricate beadwork you’ve ever laid eyes on. Her jewelry consisted of beautiful crystals and bright green emeralds, their shine coming second only to her smile. The groom took a traditional approach with his own touch of modern day swagger. He was rockin’ a tan sherwani and a white turban, draped in a wine and gold shawl. Elegant gold chains hung down from his neck, and he kept a pair of Ray Banz on his chest, taking them on and off throughout the night. A beautiful couple sharing a beautiful moment in time together.
The bride is wearing a beautifully unique and colorful dress. It consists of pinks, silvers, blues, whites, and golds, enough bright colors to light up what was a gloomy, dreary 2020. Her jewelry is made up of a gorgeous golden mang tikka, and a luxurious gold and silver necklace, laced with touches of pastel which bring out the beauty of her dress even more. The groom has taken a traditional approach, wearing a light pink sherwani and a white turban. His sherwani sparkles as the candlelight hits, almost as if little diamonds were embedded in the material itself. His look is subtle, confident, handsome, yet does not take away from the jaw dropping beauty of his soon to be wife.