Frank and Erica: Queens Wedding Photographer

Frank and Erica: Queens Wedding Photographer

What can I say about Erica and Frank’s wedding? It was A-MAZING. It was so fun. Their relationship began when they were working on an archeological dig at the Queens County Farm Museum, which, if you’re super lucky, you can visit on any given weekend and see Joel’s dad giving tours of the Adriance farmhouse. He’s the guy who looks like he just got off tour with the band ZZ Top. If you’re really lucky, he’ll introduce you to the chicken that supposedly “thinks it’s a turkey,” and force you to take my business card. Luckily, Erica and Frank didn’t hold that against me. When Erica saw me featured on Offbeat Bride and put all the pieces together, they asked me to shoot their wedding after they got engaged in Iceland last year.

Frank proposed in Iceland in this awesome Elven church, which was reflected in the gnomes that peeked out of their centerpieces, adorned their programs, and formed one of their cake toppers. (There was an entire cake buffet, with many toppers. I’m doing Weight Watchers again, so I can’t even talk about it. It looked delicious. I died a little, but they had delicious barbecue for dinner, so hey- I got some amazing mac ‘n’ cheese.)

Erica and Frank are animal-lovers, so we got lots of pictures with alpacas, sheep and their dog, Eva, who visited during cocktail hour just for pictures. I LOVED their burlap wedding favors full of alfalfa for goat-feeding. They literally thought of everything. There was an Elvis impersonator, a paper flower boutoniere, a special photo memorial on Erica’s bouquet, shiny purple shoes, and rubber animal masks. It. Was. EPIC.

Congratulations, you two! I am so much happier for you than I can say.

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    • Erica
    • September 4, 2012
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    Angie - you are just the best. Not only are these shots absolutely gorgeous, I'll always remember you being there with a water bottle and straw, and hopping fences and enthusiastically agreeing to learn how to steam a dress. Thank you.

    • Nicole Mona
    • September 5, 2012
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    The pictures were absolutely gorgeous. It looked like a great time and everything was perfect! Congratulations

  • [...] their rings on the trolley from the church to the reception venue. (This was another wedding at the Queens County Farm Museum so we had a trolley ride from Long Island to Queens during holiday weekend rush hour [...]

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