Captain Bill’s Bayview House Wedding in Long Island, NY – NYC Wedding Photographer

Captain Bill’s Bayview House Wedding – A nautical waterfront summer wedding in Long Island, NY

You may remember Kellie and Ethan from their sweet spring Charleston, SC engagement. We explored the gorgeous Magnolia Plantation and Folly Beach and I am so honored to have traveled down south to capture these two for their engagement session and also to have gone all the way to Long Island, NY, to photograph their amazing wedding day.

These two are some of the sweetest people around, and with all the love from family and friends that arrived to show their support as they exchanged vows it was a really beautiful day despite the down pouring rain.

Kelli put a lot of personal touches into the day from choosing a soft teal for her bridesmaid dresses (her favorite color) to keeping a really light and airy nautical color scheme carried throughout the reception to embrace the location of Captain Bill’s Bayview House. ¬†Surrounded by some gorgeous boats and yachts, it was a classic waterfront wedding that was simply a stunner.

This wedding embraced Kellie and Ethan’s passion for their heritage and hosted some really fun Irish dancing with the help of their amazing band – Dane Wright Band. They had some other unique Irish touches on the cake, invitations, and throughout the day to celebrate their love of their Irish heritage.

It was a beautiful day with two of the loveliest people around!

Dress: Karolina by Enzoani, purchased at Bridal Reflections

Florist – Tim’s Florist

Ceremony – St. Rose of Lima Church

Reception: Captain Bill’s Bayview House

Hair Stylist: Tina Scalera

Makeup Artist: Natural Look Bridal Makeup by Paula Young

Band: Dane Wright Band

Cake – Pin Bakery

Catering: Captain Bill’s

Bridesmaid Dresses: Bill Levkoff dress 329 in teal

Groomsmen and Groom’s attire: Calvin Klein, rented at Men’s Warehouse

Invitations and Church Program: vistaprint

Limo: Camelot Limousines

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