Ana and Evan’s wedding on the Lower East side was everything and more than anyone could have imagined. A multicultural celebration in one of the greatest melting pots of this country, The Lower East Side in Downtown Manhattan. The ceremony took place at a little amphitheater right by the relatively unknown Seward Park Library, in the words of the Bowery Boys, “one of New York’s most beautiful branch libraries”. After meeting the groom while he was waiting by the flower arrangements designed by Andrew Somas and flowers by Fleurotica we were amazed to see the bride, arriving with her dad, in a stunning dress, gorgeous bouquet and incredible hair braid by Rubi Jones from This Is Salon. At the same time, a mariachi band, The Mariachi Habaneros started serenading the bride and adding a really special touch to the event. The ceremony itself was officiated by David as part of our Elopement & Small Wedding Photography Packages. As the words “puede besar a la novia” were pronounced the couple started marching while the mariachi followed and all the procession of guests, led by the couple towards the reception space SOMMWHERE, a wonderful event space right on Ludlow Street which offered the option of fully open the doors to the streets for ventilation and safety against the pandemic. The mariachi kept playing and the DJs started to play while the guests danced and drank delicious signature cocktails on a gorgeous day to remember!