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Clinton and Chelsea NYC Public Library and Central Park Bride and Groom First Look Winter Snow Session | New York City Wedding Photographer and Boise Wedding Photography

The New York City Public Library and Central Park in Manhattan frame the scene for these gorgeous bridals with Chelsea and Clinton. Even dark, gray, overcast and snowy New York couldn’t damper the light and beauty that are Clint and Chelsea. I loved the frosty touch with the gorgeous pastels and golds Chelsea chose for her ensemble with wedding dress by Maggie Sottero from The Perfect Dress in Holladay, Utah, as well as the gorgeous gold belt from The Perfect Dress. Jewelry and Shoes came from Macy’s, and the gorgeous, gorgeous flower bouquet from Rachel Cho in New York City.

We started with some single images of Chelsea and a few details. It is so important to treasure that moment of being a bride, all by yourself in all your glory. When her soon-t0-be husband, Clinton, arrived, we made sure Chelsea was hidden so we could capture the “first look” moment.

In the entryway of the public library so many people were oohing and ahhing at the beautiful couple. Tourists must have been around cause people couldn’t help but stare and even snap pictures. Chelsea is a broadway star, so no problem for her to be in the limelight. And Clinton’s a star in his own right as well.

I loved these moments! Chelsea is so photogenic and has the best smile. And oh we had fun! Boy did we have fun!

I love how when they cross the street, they are so flying high in love that their feet barely touch the ground. They just soar.

Congratulations Clinton and Chelsea! You are magical together!

Love, Candice


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  • Candice, your work is stunning! I love the honesty, fun and love infused in every picture above! I can tell I would adore Chelsea and Clinton (although I’m chuckling about the names- as I’m sure they have.)

    When my daughter gets married, I’ll definitely be giving you a call!ReplyCancel

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