We started their sunset session where they started their relationship – in that cute little swing overlooking the marsh. When we arrived, we drove around curves and turns, and then walked out of this path to a field of nothing but beauty that will take your breath away
Chase, a commercial real estate agent and Amy, a pediatric nurse, turned the rustic Tarpon Lodge on Pine Island into an elegant location with a gorgeous waterside ceremony followed by a party in the hotels main lodge area, a building built in 1926, with all of the same old Florida charm as years ago.
Ryan and Ashley selected the perfect location. The Edison and Ford Winter Estates created the perfect backdrop for their romantic afternoon ceremony. After, the group celebrated at the grooms family home where Ashely decorated the pool area with her simple yet fun style.
Love was definitely in the air the night this adorable couple tied the knot! Evan and Melissa share a quirky and lighthearted side that definitely showed in their festive decor. The setting, Casa Ybel Resort, on Sanibel Island lent itself well to their day.
Nikeesa & Kyle’s wedding took place in late February at the lovely Lange Farm, in Dade City, Florida. Nikeesa and her bridesmaids dressed and prepped in the spacious country bridal suite, while Kyle and his groomsmen waited patiently in the courtyard. Nikeesa chose to have an intimate First Look with her dad, just before they prepared to walk down the aisle.
Lisa and Salvador’s wedding was particular fun to photograph. We were graced with just a bit of rain that resulted in a beautiful rainbow just behind their ceremony cite. The folks at Turtle Bay said that happens fairly often on this part of the Hawaii. Despite packing light for a destination wedding, I still managed to bring enough tools to do some off camera lighting at the reception, which I think really helped add to the drama of such a beautiful venue.