On a crisp autumn day (and night) in uptown Manhattan, family and friends gathered for a wedding at the Morris-Jumel Mansion uniting Massomeh and Daniel. It was a joyous event with the backdrop of the oldest remaining house in Manhattan, now a museum.
Located in Roger Morris Park, previously known as “Sugar Hill” during the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s, this neighborhood was home to prominent African-Americans and great artists including Duke Ellington, Paul Robeson, Jackie Robinson and Thurgood Marshall to name a few.
VENUE: Morris-Jumel Mansion in Roger Morris Park
CATERING: Pasion Catering
PLANNER: Samantha Su, Sterling Design, Events & Planning Inc
FLOWERS: Franz James Floral
MAKEUP: Natasha Brown
DJ: Boba Sett
CAKE: Butterfly Bakeshop
OFFICIANT: Reverend Duffell of Church of the Blessed Sacrament Manhattan