As a photographer, I am constantly amazed at the power of a single image to convey emotions, freeze time, and tell a story. We have been busy this year with wedding season and surprise marriage proposals. Every wedding and proposal I have the honor to photograph is so special. It’s so fun being with the couples on their special day – either for their wedding or for the surprise proposal. We are able to capture your special moments from when you ask your partner to marry you, engagement photos, and your wedding day. We specialize in wedding photography from all durations. It can be an elopement, a mirco-wedding, or an entire wedding day with multiple photographers and partner wedding videographers. Check out a few recent photos from this year.
The proposal of Ronny & Kyara Proposal on Upham Beach on St. Pete Beach was fun. The family was on the beach for the proposal and as soon Kyara said YES, the family rushed the beach. These two are high school sweethearts – how cool is that?
Marriage Proposal on Madeira Beach
I loved this photo from I captured from Elizabeth and David’s wedding. The photo of Elizabeth and her Dad will be cherished as Liz told me how much she loved this photo. This couple was a destination wedding and the whole family came down to Pinellas County and Clearwater Beach for the wedding.
One of the most beautiful aspects of photography is its ability to freeze fleeting moments. During wedding ceremonies couples can elect to do a First Look before the ceremony or during the ceremony processional. When it’s during the ceremony, we often have the groom face away from the aisle as the bride is walking up and then a predetermined time we have the groom turn to see his Bride for the first often – often seeing the dress for the 1st time.
Another photo capture from the wedding in the photo above. Loved this wedding party. As someone who wears HEYDUDE I loved that the groomsmen were wearing my shoe of choice!
The photos above is from a Unity Sand Ceremony. The unity sand ceremony is a tradition in which a couple pours sand from separate vessels into a unified, central one. It represents two people coming together in marriage. Sometimes the families are blended and here the children join in and help with the ceremony.