These bridal portraits shot at the Cruz Building are elegant with a playful air and perfectly capture a very special time for this blushing bride. Jossie’s beautiful portraits were shot by her brother Ricky Stern of Ricky Stern Photography.
The stained glass ceiling at the Cruz Building provides a beautiful backdrop to the happy bride and her bouquet.
Here the stained glass of the Cruz Building is once again utilized to add richness and vibrant color to Jossie’s bridal photos.
The Cruz Building’s lavish booths provide depth and interesting lighting to this beautiful shot.
In this fun shot, Jossie is fawned over and it is all captured in the reflection of the grand mirror on the second floor of the Cruz Building.
The photographer takes advantage of the natural light in this full length shot of Jossie and her lovely wedding gown on the second floor of the Cruz Building.
This black and white photo of Jossie in the distance with the richness of the Cruz building surrounding her is juxtaposed with the vibrant and much more intimate photo on the right.
Jenna and Joshua recently celebrated a traditional Jewish wedding at the Cruz Building and it was a breathtaking evening of matrimony. Thanks to Jeff Kolodny Photography, Your Special Day by Joni, Tony’s Flowers, Atlas Party Rentals, Eggwhites, Music Associates, The Event Depot, and Antonio Briceno for making the evening spectacular.
Jenna and Joshua spend a moment alone before their matrimonial ceremony.
Jenna models her elegant wedding dress and bouquet on the third floor of the Cruz Building as she prepares to say ‘I do.’
Jenna beneath her wedding arch beautifully adorned with flowers on the first floor of the Cruz Building.
Guests are seated to watch the ceremony as this traditional Jewish wedding at the Cruz Building commences and Jenna and Joshua are joined in marriage.
The gold chairs compliment the gold accents on the ceiling of the Cruz Building’s second floor, while the tall floral arrangements add color in this beautiful reception setting.