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Naomi & Elan

Music surrounds Naomi & Elan’s relationship, so inevitably it surrounded their entire wedding. The day included being danced back down the aisle at the end of the Chuppah, and a 40 minute Horah with a live band. Their friends sang and danced all throughout the day’s ceremonies and events, and the couple even sang a Beyonce cover for their guests before their first dance. This was one of the most energetic and heartwarming wedding days, and I’m honored to have captured it all.

 
 
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Naomi & Elan resided in Pittsburgh when they got hitched, but chose to celebrate closer to both of their families at the Temple Emmanuel in Closter, NJ. The dome of the sanctuary was one of the most stunning details of their venue.

 
 
 
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From the moment after their first kiss, it was a full on party until the last moments of the day. The couple was danced back down the aisle, their Horah was FULL of energy, and it included a shtick - when wedding guests perform skits and pranks in the middle of a packed dance floor.

 
 
 
 
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Second shooter: Heather Huie

 
 

“Of all of the vendors we worked with at our wedding, Sloane was definitely our favorite — very down to earth, put us at ease, and we felt like she understood our personalities and what we were looking for. The photos are absolutely beautiful and really capture the energy of the day.”

-Naomi & Elan