As a winner of many awards, Jerry and Caroline Rizzo, Owners of David Eric Photography are not your average wedding photographers. They are popular at the Westin Governor Morris Inn, as they approach every wedding as a unique event. As a result, they capture the personalities and excitement of the wedding day. Every couple is different just like Maggie and Dan. Hence their wedding pictures should reflect this. Couples spend lots of time planning a perfect wedding, we love to capture it. The photographs David Eric Photography takes are the timeless keepsakes that will forever capture these memories. This responsibility is why it is so important to hire the best professional photographer available. For weddings at the Westin Governor Morris Inn, look at our work, David Eric Photography.
Name: Maggie and Dan
Date: January 06, 2018
Ceremony: Church of Christ the King New Vernon, NJ
Reception: Westin Governor Morris Morristown, NJ 07960
Dress: RK Bridal in NYC
Tuxedo: Men’s Warehouse
Hair: Toni-Marie at Matthew Vincent Hair Studio in Parsippany
Makeup: Christina Trotta
Florist: A Touch of Elegance
Entertainment: Love Jones Band
Limos: Santos VIP Limousine
New Jersey Wedding Photographers: Jerry and Caroline Rizzo
As part of our blog, we interview the bride and groom about their wedding experience. This is what they said:
Tell us about the Bride Where you grew up went to school, where you work.
I grew up in Mendham, NJ where I attended school K-12. I went to Ohio State for college and then moved to Hoboken and started working in healthcare advertising, where I’ve been for the past 6 years.
Tell us about the Groom Where you grew up went to school, where you work.
I moved around a lot as a kid but spent the most time growing up in Mt. Olive, NJ. I graduated from George Mason for undergrad and currently finishing an MBA from Penn State (graduation in December). He also moved to Hoboken right after undergrad and started working as an accountant. He is now at a hedge fund in NYC.
Tell us how you first met? Who what when where why? Give us the dirty Details.
We met at Willie McBride’s Tavern in Hoboken. Dan’s sister-in-law was a bartender there and he was there quite frequently. After seeing Maggie a few different times on various Bingo or Trivia nights, he asked her out and the rest is history.
When did you know he/she was the one? Was there something he/she did? etc.
Dan knew from the start, Maggie took some convincing!
Tell us about the proposal. (Did you see it coming, how long was it in the planning? how did you feel? nervous, excited, freaking out?)
We both knew it was coming as we had discussed rings and our future together. Dan stressed out the whole week leading to the proposal and that tipped Maggie off that something would be happening that Friday. Ultimately dinner at the restaurant of our first date, a walk along the Hudson with Proposal, and an evening with friends and family back at Willie McBrides with a Bruce Springsteen (Maggie’s favorite) cover band jamming the night away.
Tell us the one thing you love most about each other.
We’re both practical, understanding what things really matter and what things to let go.
If you feel comfortable, share with us something silly or quirky the other person does.
Maggie snorts when she’s amused. Dan thinks he can dance, but he can’t.
Besides getting married, what is the one thing you are looking forward to on your wedding day?
Sharing the time with all of our great friends and family.
What inspired your decor or theme?
The Winter season.
What is one thing you wish you would have known earlier in regards to planning?
How much time it takes!
Why did you pick your Wedding Venue? What attracted you?
We needed something big enough to hold our group (& a dance floor big enough, too!). Both of us also like the simplicity of the room– many venues we saw were very “venue-ey”– they had a certain style that didn’t match our personalities. We also love the convenience factor of holding the reception right where the guests will be spending the night.
Wedding Photography at the Westin Governor Morris Inn
David Eric Photography was lucky enough to have the opportunity to capture another beautiful wedding at the Westin Governor Morris Inn. The Westin Governor Morris Inn is known to be one of the top wedding locations in the area. Brides and Groom always find their elegant and vibrant atmosphere warm and inviting to make sure that the wedding photos match the beautiful ambiance of the Westin Governor Morris Inn. Most couples choose David Eric Photography to capture their particular moment. David Eric Photography has photographed a multitude of weddings over the years but has the unique ability to capture the magnificence of weddings at the Westin Governor Morris Inn in every picture.
Westin Governor Morris Inn
What makes The the Westin Governor Morris Inn is so well known for the warm and romantic atmosphere. The venue’s space is very versatile so it can accommodate many different sized weddings. Wedding vendors are very familiar with the Westin Governor Morris Inn so it is no problem getting a caterer, DJ, or florist to work at an event. In fact, many wedding vendors, like David Eric Photography, have worked so often at the Westin Governor Morris Inn it is like a second home, making it ideal for the couples getting married here. They can hire experts who know how to get the most out of the many unique features of the location. The vendor’s experience adds to the value that they can bring to the special day.
Westin Governor Morris Inn Hosts A Special Day
At this past wedding, the food was delicious, the flowers were inspiring, and the DJ kept the guests entertained for the entire night. It was a classic wedding with all of the traditional wedding activities and traditions. The bride and groom tied the knot in front of friends and family in a beautiful ceremony that symbolized the love that they share.
The Wedding Reception
The couple shared their first dance. The speeches contained a right mix of lighthearted fun and touching moments about their connections to the bride and groom and the love that they share.
Dinner was a gourmet delight but the real star of the day was the delicious cake. The baker outdid themselves by creating a treat that not only looked remarkable but tasted as good as it looked. If you have been to many weddings, you probably know that this is not always the case. After dinner, the real party began as the guests occupied the dance floor. The DJ played a great mix of music that was able to satisfy both young and old. The wedding was a grand celebration and of course, all of these magical moments captured by the talents of David Eric Photography.