Floating Farmhouse Wedding in Upstate New York

All the feels in this Upstate New York hip forest wedding

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The Floating Farmhouse in Upstate New York is an absolute dream. Janice and Ishmael drew on its minimal interiors and its lush setting to design the wedding of their dreams. The ceremony was in a wooded area lined with Turkish rugs and rustic, boho touches filled out the space. They shared a champagne toast with their bridal party in the woods after the kiss. The guests lounged on the lawn, sipping cocktails and grazing on charcuterie before the reception, with gorgeous florals by Earth Girl Flowers and an incredible meal by Early Bird Cookery. It was a perfect afternoon, and I’m so excited that I got to be their photographer. 


New York and Destination Wedding Photographer: Dacia Pierson || Wedding Ceremony and Wedding Reception Venues in New York: Floating Farmhouse in Eldred, NY || Florist: Earth Girl Flowers || Catering: Early Bird Cookery || Cake Designer: Chris Jurgens || DJ/Band/Music: Erika e Joao || Videographer: Silvia Foz || Dress and/or Suit Designer(s): Eddy K (Wedding) + Rime Arodaky (Cocktail Dress) || Bride’s Shoe Designer: Prada (Wedding Shoes) Isabel Marant (Cocktail Shoes) || Makeup Artist + Hair Stylist: MG Hair & Make-up || Rings: Anna Sheffield

Dacia Pierson / Eager Hearts Photography is a New York and Destination Wedding Photographer. The wedding photography service area includes, but is not limited to the following: Oregon Weddings, Washington Weddings, Seattle Weddings, Portland Weddings, Olympic National Park Elopements and Weddings. // Also servicing areas including, but not limited to: Palm Springs Joshua Tree, San Diego, LA, Santa Barbara, Big Sur, San Francisco, Napa and Sonoma Valley.// Dacia Pierson is also a Mexico Wedding Photographer, specifically servicing areas like Baja California, La Paz, Cabo, Todos Santos, Valle de Guadalupe, Sayulita, Nayarit, Yelapa, Mexico City, Oaxaca, Merida, Yucatan, Chiapas


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