As a photographer, it is such an exciting moment when you a) know that the couple is in love and b) realize they aren’t afraid to show it. Anna and Bryant were truly naturals in front of the camera and I had a great time capturing their interactions during their engagement session. I got to hear a little bit of their engagement story too… while snow skiing in the Rockies, Bryant had the photographer on the mountain scheme with him to 100% surprise Anna with a ring (she literally had no idea it was coming). The photographer had them pose for some touristy photos and then told Bryant to “get down one one knee and pretend like you’re proposing…” Little did Anna know he was actually going to do it, and the photographer got it all! Great story, great couple, can’t wait for your wedding!
If this couple isn’t the perfect Barbie and Ken, I don’t know who would be. Liz is gorgeous, petite and sophisticated and Mike is a tall, handsome gentleman. You can truly tell that they are meant for each other and love each other so much. Liz’s original wedding plan included the Windsor Beach Club, but the weather gods had other plans. Luckily the golf club was the perfect Plan B, the decor looked absolutely gorgeous in the space and the back porch’s overhang provided shelter from the off-and-on drizzle. We were there until the end of the night but honestly it seemed to go by so quickly! Everyone had an amazing time celebrating the wedding of these two, thank you for allowing us to be a part of it. And if that gorgeous ring doesn’t blow you away…
Church: Windsor Chapel
We had such a great time getting to know Allison and Andreas prior to their wedding at the PGA National Resort and Spa. They are both so super sweet, like so sweet that it makes you feel inspired to try to become a better person kind of sweet. Their ceremony took place at a church in North Palm Beach and after we headed to this lovely little garden behind the church for their formal portraits. Meanwhile her dad was orchestrating their surprise getaway in a fancy electric “Karma” made by Fisker.
As soon as we stepped foot in the PGA resort, my first thought was how are we going to commandeer a golf cart to get around to all of the sweet spots for the portraits. Thankfully a cart wasn’t necessary because close to their reception was a beautiful hillside, perfect for portraits and was somewhat free of airborne golf balls. At the reception we loved the bride’s choice of wedding details with the bright colors, gold sparkles and chevron accents. She must of heard how much we love it when the weddings can coordinate with our website : )
When I met Lindsey and Shaun at their engagement session, I’m pretty sure it was love at first sight. We clicked right away, and it was easy to feel like we were friends. This was before I even knew that Shaun and I shared the same love for the Ti-83 calculator or that Lindsay and I shared the same love for delicious glazed doughnuts. They are both so insanely sweet, and after meeting their awesome families at the wedding I see where they get it from. I’ve never seen so many parents with such great dance moves in one location. Shaun’s dance with his mother was one for the books, I only wish we had been given notice of the impromptu dance off that was about to take place so that we could of switched to video mode, posted it on you tube, and probably become millionaires. Lindsay looked so beautiful and I just love how her portraits turned out, so soft and angelic. At the end of the portrait session, we did a little bit of trespassing at Windsor to take advantage of their oak tree canopy. It was no big deal, we were so stealth the guards didn’t even know what was going on. Amazing wedding guys, and we’re so glad you chose us to be a part of it.
Church: St. Sebastian
We were so happy to see Tiffany and Chad for the engagement photos last week. They have been planning their Costa d’Este wedding from home far far away and we can’t wait to see them again for the wedding in July. : )