Nina + Justin Married | The Flanders Hotel, Ocean City


Nina + Justin were married on a beautiful (but windy) Saturday afternoon in November at The Flanders Hotel in Ocean City, NJ. It was my first time at The Flanders Hotel and I was so overwhelmed with all of the antique + classic touches throughout the bridal suite + reception space. A photographers dream come true, to say the least! Due to the intense winds (45mph) we decided to take the majority of their portraits inside but that didn’t stop Nina + Justin from braving the wind for a few shots!

Nina + Justin have the sweetest story. They actually met in grade school (as did all of Nina’s bridesmaids). I feel like that is so rare now a days! They dated throughout high school + then decided to go their separate ways during college and years later, ended up reuniting during a social event + have been together ever since. Meant to be? I think so!

Nina wore the most beautiful + unique Leanne Marshal blush gown. She did not miss a single detail + had beautiful touches throughout her entire ceremony + reception! Enjoy some of my favorites below from their day. Xo



Photography | Molly Sue Photography

Second Shooter | Amie Retzlaff

Florist | Manic Botanic

Venue | Flanders Hotel

H&MUA | Devine Images Salon

Dress | Leanne Marshal, Lovely Bride

Tux | Men’s Wearhouse

Cake | Simply Sweet Cupcakes

Bridesmaids Gowns | David’s Bridal

Groomsmen Attire | Men’s Wearhouse

Entertainment | Dance Party DJ’s

Stationary | Shutterfly



Meet Molly

New Jersey Wedding Photographer

I’m Molly, a New Jersey and destination wedding photographer! I love helping my couples celebrate one of the most important days of their lives by telling the story of their wedding day.

Between you and me, I’ve always been a sucker for a good love story. So it made perfect sense to me when around 2016, somewhere between falling in love with my now-husband and planning for our future, photography revealed itself to me as my true calling.

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