This was the perfect, small, intimate New York wedding! The theme of Gina and Darren’s wedding day was family—their wedding celebration was centered around their family with Gina’s five sisters, four brothers and Gina and Darren’s four beautiful boys. Both Gina and Darren got wedding ready at Round Hill, with Gina and her bridal party in our bridal suite and Darren and the boys in the parlors. Their wedding ceremony was held indoors in our atrium, which aligned perfectly with the intimacy of the day. Their wedding ceremony included a beautiful handfasting ceremony that involved their four boys, symbolizing their connection and devotion to one another. Although their wedding day was a little rainy, their gorgeous portraits from Garden House Films prove that a little rain can still result in really beautiful moments. Not only did Garden House Films perfectly capture their day, but their wedding video (below) is breathtaking. Warning: it’s a tear jerker! A Perfect Blend Entertainment was here to create memorable and fun entertainment and Gina and Darren’s gold leaf covered wedding cake from the Pastry Garden was spectacular! We wish Gina and Darren a happy and beautiful life together. Enjoy the photos! (P.S. Don’t miss Gina and Darren’s proposal story below—it was featured on The Knot’s How They Asked!)
Gina and Darren’s proposal was featured on The Knot’s How They Asked! You can see their featured proposal here.
“I had anticipated that it would happen, and in fact had expected it for every holiday starting with Christmas 2017! Each opportunity went by and I kept getting more confused! He was waiting for just the right moment. Every year in July we take a big family vacation with my whole family, and one of our favorite spots is Sunset Beach in Cape May. He proposed on that beach, right during the most magnificent sunset ever, with all our family watching. He even asked the kids beforehand!”