November 30, 2020
Engagement season is here! Perhaps the most important part of wedding planning is building your vendor team—hiring the group of professionals who will make your vision a reality. If you’re just getting started, you’re probably asking yourself the big question: Who should be on your wedding vendor list? What types of vendors do I actually need to make my big day a success?
We have the list right here!
Juliana Fink- Luxury MUA, @JFinkBeauty
Angela Roberto, @angelarobertomua
Laura Brooke- @laurabrooke_makeup
Stephanie Garbedian- @stephaniegarbedian_mua
Angela Zavala Makeup- @az.mua
Christy Ann- @christyanncosmetics
Christina Kay- @beautybychristinakay
Victoria Elizabeth, @victoriaelizabethofficial
Nikki Lee- @hairbynikki.lee
Coco and Cobblestone, @cocoandcobblestone
Black Dahlia, @blackdahliainc
Nicole Troncone, @n.t._designs
Flowers by Brian, @flowersbybrian
Planting Fields Arboretum- for florals and tons of beautiful photo spots (permit required), recent blog post here!
Elizabeth Morton Wildlife Refuge- Sag Harbor NY- for beach and epic sunsets as well as greenery/trails, recent blog post here! (no permit required)
Southards Pond Park- Babylon NY- for gorgeous pond views, paths and greenery, recent blog post here! (no permit required)
Prosser Pines, Middle Island NY- especially perfect in the winter, since it will still have greenery on the trees, recent blog post here! (no permit required)
Vanderbilt Mansion- perfect all times of the year since the architecture is so unique! Recent blog post here! (Permit required)
Central Park, NY- perfect for engagement and wedding photos, especially in summer/fall, Recent blog post here!
Alessandra Parks Photography @alessandraparksphoto
New York Wedding Films @NewyorkWeddingFilms
North Fork Wedding Films @northforkphotovideo
Bilski Productions @bilskiproductions