Mill Crest Vintage, well known for its iconic vintage wedding dresses, participated in a "Tea in The Park" inspired wedding photo shoot at Central Park, New York City.

Paula Cooperman, of Mill Crest Vintage, conceived the idea to offer one of her former bridal clients, the opportunity to enjoy a glorious day of pampering and to record the event by a top wedding photographer who had a flair for vintage and a photojournalistic style.  The idea blossomed when Foley Photography out of Manchester, UK offered their services.  Following Foley's lead, EYELOVECosmetics offered makeup services, Damali NYC offered hair styling, Occasion 9 offered floral design services and Vintage Twee offered the miniature tea pots and bunting.

The day began in a quaint suite at Beacon Hotel, where Tiffaney Springer-Williams and her husband, Ben Williams were transformed by the brilliant team of stylists into a gorgeous vintage wedding couple. 

Upon arrival at Central Park, the bride, dressed in an authentic, 1960's Silk Organza Pink Floral Appliquéd Vintage Wedding Gown and her groom in a coordinating suit and tie, enjoyed tea and cakes to celebrate their love for both the US and the UK.  Amadea and Scott Foley, of Foley Photography and experts in vintage inspired wedding photography captured the event flawlessly.

"Central Park is an ideal setting," said Cooperman.  "The park offers so much richness in landscape and architecture…it was a dream to work in such a gorgeous venue."

For more information on any of the businesses or their products involved, please contact them via their details below:

Photography: Foley Photography

Vintage Wedding Attire & Accessories: Mill Crest Vintage

Make Up: EYELOVECosmetics

Hair: Damali NYC

Floral Design: Occasion 9

Vintage Twee

About Mill Crest Vintage:

Founded in 1985, Mill Crest Vintage has grown to house one of the largest collections of vintage fashions available today. Specializing in vintage dresses, the collection includes a full range of bridal dresses including wedding gowns, bridesmaid dresses, and mother of the bride dresses. In addition to their world-class vintage clothing collection, they house an extensive collection of antique textiles that has inspired many modern-day clothing and textile designers.

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