Intimate Gurney’s Montauk Wedding | New York Elopement

Bride and Groom kiss after their ceremony on the deck of Gurney's Montauk Bride and Groom holding each other on a winter beach scene in Montauk

Portrait of Bride holding up her hair on a windy beach Black and white pulled back image of bride and groom walking on a Montauk Beach Bride and Groom posing looking at the camera with a beach setting Groom glancing at his bride while she looks at the camera on a path at Gurney's Montauk Groom kissing his bride on the forehead after their ceremony Bride and Groom walking up the steps at Gurney's Montauk Black and White image of Bride and Groom staring at each other after a beach photo session in Montauk, New York Bride and Groom kiss after signing their marriage license


A Gurney’s Montauk Wedding. 

I had the pleasure to photograph Jamie and Debbie on this chilly Montauk winter day. 

Jamie had found my website after doing some research for Montauk Photographers, and I’m so happy he did.  This has been one of my favorite elopements. They held a short and intimate (only parents) ceremony that overlooked the Atlantic ocean at Gurney’s Montauk. The ceremony was officiated by the lovely Danielle from Your Story Ceremonies.  

I’m eager to experience more Montauk beach weddings this year.

Venue: Gurney’s Montauk 

Officiant: Danielle from Your Story Ceremonies 


Update! Jamie and Debbie’s wedding was featured on POPSUGAR!

Here’s a little write up:

A little bite in the air did nothing to take away from Jamie and Debbie’s beautiful Winter elopement. The two are both from the UK, but Debbie moved to the US for work one year before their wedding. After a few visits to Montauk, NY, the couple fell in love and decided to get married there. On Feb. 27 (right in the middle of the Winter season in the Northeast part of the States!), Debbie’s and Jamie’s families flew from the UK to witness their beach ceremony. You can see their love for each other — and for the wedding’s location — shine through in the photos ahead!

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