Chloe and Isaac shared their vows at Everson Museum of Art
At sunset, The Everson gets this perfect light, making it an ideal spot for a Syracuse New York Elopement. Right after they said “I do”, Chloe and Isaac celebrated by popping some sparkling wine!! I can confirm, Union Wine Company did not disappoint with their drinks.
Who doesn’t love a good champagne tower? Every photographers dream and even better when your couple wants to have fun with it.
This hidden gem in Downtown Syracuse was quiet and secluded.
You never want spectators when you’re sharing some of the most personal thoughts and feelings with your future spouse, and The Everson is just far enough away from the busiest areas in Downtown Syracuse.
Of course, this Syracuse New York Elopement wouldn’t be complete without a few separate photos of the bride and groom.
I loved using the elements already installed at The Everson for their separate portraits. It made them so unique!
To finish of the night for the Syracuse New York Elopement, we made our way to a rooftop nearby.
I don’t know how we timed it so perfectly, but the sun was setting at the exact spot to create some amazing golden hour portraits for these two.
Chloe and Isaac share a love for vintage cars, so it just made sense to finish their portraits with a ’65 GTO
A special thanks to Matt for the rental of this GTO! It made their Syracuse elopement feel complete.
Just as the sun set on the horizon, the moon came out to say hello.
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Elopement Space: Everson Museum of Art // Hair: Hair By Hartt // Dress: The Wild Love Collective // ’65 GTO Car: Matt // Sparkling Wine: Union Wine Company // Coupe Champagne Glasses: CB2