A Wedding Photographer Plaza Hotel is able to capture images at the most iconic hotel in New York City. After opening its doors for the first time in 1907, the hotel has had a rich and extensive history. In 1986 it was even designated a National Historic Landmark, an honor that clearly shows the status this structure holds in both New York City and the United States. This image, which I took as a Wedding Photographer Plaza Hotel for George Dennis and Chaimae, is symbolic of the timeless elegance of the venue. The background of the picture is filled with a dark wall. The wall is painted in such a way that in some areas it is pure black and in others there appears to be swirls of a deep gray color. This minimal contrast and method by which the wall was painted give the impression that the space if covered by what could be black marble. The bride and groom sit in front of the wall, gazing at one another in adoration. The bride, Chaimae, wears a beautifully designed white gown that contrasts boldly with the wall. Her sheer, white veil also stands out against the dark backdrop, with tiny gems sewn onto the delicate fabric that sparkled under the lights. The groom, George Dennis, looks into the eyes of his wife with love spilling from every inch of his being. He wears a classic black tuxedo, with a white dress shirt, white vest, and a white tie. The newlyweds create a picture that is just as memorable and breathtaking as the grand space that they celebrate in.