Photography by
Brett Matthews Photography


Jaime Feit & Adam Melnick

August 26, 2017. New York, New York


Planner and Event Design: Pat Glenn Productions New York, NY; Wedding Dress: Ines Di Santo; Bridal Salon: Mark Ingram Atelier New York, NY
 
 
Jaime Feit and Adam Melnick met as freshmen at the University of Miami. Adam’s roommate, Evan, was friends with Jaime, so the two met in the dorms at the beginning of college. They liked each other right away, and Adam would constantly flirt with Jaime while she kept asking Evan questions about her new romantic prospect. Before long, they started dating and moved to NYC after graduation.
 
When it came time to propose, Adam went all-out by hiring a proposal strategist to help create the perfect moment. On their way to dinner one Friday night, Adam told Jaime he wanted to take a photo on their building’s rooftop since it was a nice sunset. When they got there, they discovered a space covered in rose petals and candles. Jaime immediately burst into tears as Adam dropped to one knee and popped the question, and their proposal strategist photographed the entire engagement.
 
With an incredible team of vendors behind them, the couple’s wedding day was like a fairytale. They both woke up excited and enjoyed getting ready with friends and family while taking pictures. Before they knew it, the ketubah was signed and the bride was making her way down the aisle towards a gorgeous chuppah. 
 
Pat Glenn Productions succeeded in creating the wedding of their dreams – “NYC chic with a hint of Miami.” The Conrad New York hotel provided the perfect venue for creating a modern ambiance, and out of town friends and family enjoyed staying there as well. From the ceremony, to the ballroom reception, to the delectable array of food, the entire night unfolded seamlessly. 
 
Even though their wedding went by in a flash, the newlyweds knew the best part was being married; and by the end of the celebrations, they were ecstatic to be experiencing the beginning the rest of their life together as husband and wife.
 
>Written by: Lauren Malamala