Surprise NYC Proposal Video

New York City Proposal Video at The Roxy Hotel in Tribeca, NYC

Ryan & Molly’s New York City marriage proposal at The Roxy Hotel’s Django Jazz Club is one of my all time favorite films!

No matter how long my career as a wedding filmmaker goes on, I don’t think I will ever not get nervous filming proposals. It’s almost like I take on the same nerves as the person proposing – sweaty palms, heart beating out of my chest, and all! I do my best to capture the entire essence of the proposal so that my clients can truly relive the exact emotions that they felt in the moment. That was my approach when filming Ryan & Molly’s NYC engagement video.

Ryan chose to propose to Molly in the swanky Django jazz club in the basement of The Roxy Hotel in Tribeca, NYC. His plan was to surprise his lady with a serenade of “My Cherie Amour” by Stevie Wonder backed by a live pianist and bassist, followed by his proposal. Hoping that she would say yes, the plan would be finally ending with a 12 person drum line performance as they prepare to head to The Greenwhich Hotel for a celebratory party with friends and family. The entire plan was executed perfectly!

This New York City marriage proposal video was filmed alongside Sylvie Rosokoff of Sylvie The Camera. Sylvie is an incredibly talented NYC photographer who has been featured on many publications including Martha Stewarts Weddings, Green Wedding Shoes, Vogue, Carats and Cake, and more. It was a pleasure working alongside her!

THE TEAM

Photography: Sylvie The Camera // Videography: Jordan Jeanty Studios // Venue: The Roxy Hotel Tribeca

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Jordan Jeanty is a wedding and elopement videographer based in Dallas, Texas. Jordan specializes in creating cinematic, yet unique wedding films tailored to the couples he serves. Although he calls Dallas home, he travels often and is available worldwide.