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Boris and Rei’s City Hall Wedding | New York Wedding Photographer

Who after their wedding day doesn’t think, “Let’s do that again!”?  I know it was the first thing my new husband Alex and I said to each other when we got whisked away in our limo after the reception almost three years ago.  Well, this sweet couple, Rei and Borris got to celebrate their wedding on three different occasions.   First they had a city hall ceremony with friends in traditional Japanese Kimono’s to honor the bride’s heritage, second they celebrated at a reception dinner in traditional western wedding clothes which they then re-wore for a church ceremony and reception in Berlin so that the Groom’s German family and Rei’s relatives still living in Japan could join them.   It was truly the never ending celebration!  These two animal lovers wanted photos at their place with their adorable pets as well as around their Fort Washington neighborhood including on the tennis court where they first met.  Ah L’Amore….It was a rainy day which was truly a blessing in disguise as this park would normally be crawling with locals on a Memorial Day weekend.  Thanks to Julieanne for her help that day!

Wishing you a lifetime of happiness together Boris and Rei.

Sidney Morgan - July 3, 2013 - 5:15 pm

these are beautiful.

Loren Smith - July 3, 2013 - 6:44 pm

looks like your day was beautiful… I am so happy for you both.

Smooches Darling - July 4, 2013 - 3:30 am

oh em gee! I’m lost for words! beautiful!

[…] Before Rei and Boris celebrated their urban summer wedding in Berlin they already tied the knot in New Yorks city hall, all dressed up in traditional Japanese Kimonos, and then enjoyed a reception dinner in western wedding clothes – what a special and gorgeous event, captured by New York wedding photographer Caroline Frost. […]

feuza - July 26, 2013 - 12:04 am

would love to feature on http://www.unjerseybride.com , we are on two bright lights thanks

Mary Ellen Armbruster - July 26, 2013 - 5:04 pm

I love these photos! You’ve captured the real personality of this couple and the precious blending of two cultures into one! Thank you for the view, Caroline!
~Mary Ellen

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