Ali and Ian | Nassau Inn Wedding
Princeton Wedding Photos
When I took Ali and Ian’s engagement photos, they claimed to be awkward in front of the camera. Not the case at all…just totally in love. I knew right then and there that their Princeton Wedding photos would be epic!
I started out the day at the Nassau Inn with Ali. The energy in the room was awesome and Ali looked absolutely stunning! Once ready, she went downstairs to see Ian for their first look. It was a sweet moment as they read letters they wrote to each other. Once they had their quiet moment, we spent time walking around Palmer Square with their awesome bridal party before heading over to Princeton University for bride and groom portraits.
Summer weddings always come with the threat of thunderstorms. Well the rain decided to hold off and we were able to have their ceremony outside in Palmer Square. Everyone looked on as these two beautiful people pledged their love to each other. After the ceremony, Ali changed into a gorgeous Traditional Chinese dress for a traditional Chinese tea ceremony. After the ceremony, Ali and Ian took a moment to themselves and stepped outside. I tagged along and captured some beautiful moments of them alone and enjoying their first few moments as husband and wife.
Everyone had a blast at their reception, as the DJ helped the crowd get into the partying mood all night long. Be sure to look for the photo of Ali dancing with the Dragon head!
This love story spans across the globe and brought two different cultures together. Two different languages, one common emotion, love. Words can’t describe how much fun it was to be a part of Ali and Ian’s Princeton Wedding day.So here are some of my favorites from Ali and Ian’s Princeton wedding photos. JWP wishes you guys all the very best!
Wedding location details
This summer wedding was captured by James and my second photographer, Jenna. The Nassau Inn proved to be the perfect backdrop for this wedding. Originally built in 1769, it went through the British occupation during the Revolutionary War, and a long list of historical figures have spent time in the inn. It’s within walking distance to Princeton University and is a great spot to celebrate you wedding day!