Moniquea and Nick hired me to photograph their Orlando Wedding, but then decided to elope. Moniquea had purchased her dress and chosen the location, so we did their engagement shoot and then incorporated some fun wedding photos at the end. Rollins college’s Knowles Chapel was a beautiful backdrop. We then took a walk down to the water for some killer sunset photos. Enjoy!
Allison and David were married last March at Mission Inn in Central Florida. I had moved to Georgia and was working as a Savannah Wedding Photographer as well as a Central Florida Wedding Photographer. I do not mind driving home to photograph weddings as it gives me a good excuse to get some extra sunshine and visit my three little nephews!
Allison had a very unique style and we absolutely loved all of her details. The flowers had succulents in them and we adored the candy bar at the reception as well. It was possibly one of the coldest and windiest weddings we’ve had to endure in Florida, but the pictures made it worth the extra shivers. We warmed up in the reception for a little bit before the happy couple left with a beautiful sparkler-lit exit. We’ve posted quite a few for you to browse through so make sure you check them all out.Enjoy!!
Ben and Kelly were visiting Savannah all the way from Kentucky when I got an email from Ben asking if I was available to photograph his surprise sunrise proposal to Kelly. I was absolutely honored, I love Tybee Island engagement photographs. He had planned to take her to Tybee Island to watch the sunrise and then pop the question. The morning of, to everyones surprise, there was no sunrise visible. All of Savannah and Tybee were covered in a thick fog and no sunrise could be seen. That didn’t stop his plans
Ben got down on one knee, and aside from dropping the ring on accident, everything was perfect!!:) Kelly was so thrown off and was in disbelief for a few minutes. I think the fog adds a romantic touch, especially in the pictures where you can dimly see the lighthouse behind them.
Thanks Ben for allowing me to be a part of your special day.
Jessica and Frank were married at Dubsdread Golf Course in Orlando, FL. It was an honor to photograph their stunning day. Jessica was a DIY bride and every last detail was well choreographed. Her bouquet was one of my favorites in particular, made of antique brooches.
Orlando is where I grew up, so I love heading home to photograph weddings. I greatly enjoyed being an Orlando Wedding Photographer although being a Savannah Wedding Photographer offers many different perks, including the style of wedding and design. I am drawn to both styles and really appreciate the fun and well thought out details that go into these weddings.
Enjoy and Congrats to the happy couple!!
Leah and Talon are very new to Savannah and will be getting married in Seattle in just a few short months. They wanted to have an engagement session that really reflected their unique style. I was honored to photograph their e-session out on Tybee Island and have a chance to get to know them a little more. Being from Seattle they are huge Seahawks fans and after the session we went to a local sports bar to watch the game. I am thrilled about these photos and can’t wait to hear all about the wedding!