Jeremiah and Timothy’s Wedding at The Adelphi Hotel and Saratoga National in Downtown Saratoga Springs, NY
We were thrilled for the opportunity to capture the love between two special people named Jeremiah and Timothy. The day started with a bang with their first look moment at the recently renovated and nationally (even globally!) famous Adelphi Hotel in Downtown Saratoga Springs. Jeremiah had the WONDERFUL idea for the two of them to open up the patio doors to see each other for the first time! We love when our clients share their creative ideas with us that we can run with and capture how they’d like. After that, the two of them (with us and photographers at Optimum Exposure in tow), along with their large and bubbly wedding party, traipsed down Broadway of Saratoga Springs. We captured shots at iconic Saratoga Springs hotspots like the steps in front of First National Bank and the rooftop of the Washington Building. They even all crossed Broadway single file so we could grab an Abbey Road shot, which came out adorable.
The day continued and really took off when we arrived to Saratoga National Golf Club for the ceremony and reception. Their heartfelt vows stole the show and served as the narrative for our wedding spotlight video (below). We were so glad Jeremiah and Timothy allowed us to take them out at Sunset to grab some sundown glamour shots of just the two of them. The product is a beautiful wedding video and tons of time that just the two of them got to enjoy on their busy wedding day.
We hope you enjoy watching this beautiful love story! Thank you to J & T for having us be a part of their most special day!
Video: W Beyer Creative Weddings
Photo: Optimum Exposure Photography
Ceremony and Reception Venue: Saratoga National Golf Club
Catering: Mazzone Hospitality at Saratoga National Golf Club
First Look Spot: The Adelphi Hotel
Band: Grand Central Station
Florist: Fleurtacious Designs
Hair & Make Up: Jenna’s Salon
Wedding Coordinator: Pellegrini Events – Wendy Lawrence and Tonya Pellegrini
Tuxedo Shop: Tuxego