Archive for May, 2014
Lake Lily Engagement session
Can this couple be any more cuter together? I doubt it. We had such a great time photographing Mercedes and Jon’s engagement session at Lake Lily. Congratulations to you Both!! and that ring?? Here is your sneak Peek 🙂
RachelAnn and Dominique’s Winter Park Wedding Photography
I’m in love with the decor RachelAnn and Dominique picked to celebrate their special day with family and friends.
Such a perfect mixture of elegance, Southern charm and antique detailing. Thanks to Tracy Marini of Eventfully yours, the wedding couldn’t have been more perfect!
The sweet couple (check out their engagement session here) had a traditional Ceremony at the First United Methodist Church in Winter Park, followed by a reception held at the gorgeous Winter Park Racquet Club.
We want to wish them an amazing life together!
Ceremony: First United Methodist Church
Reception: Winter Park Racquet Club
Wedding Coordinator: Tracy Marini, Eventfully yours
Hair: Tina Jackson
Make-up: Beth Bellons
Florist: Czes Heard Design
Cake: The Sugar Suit
Videographer: Castaldo Studio
Bridal Salon: Bridals by Lori
Bridal Gown: Lazaro
Officiant: John Parker
Stationary: Maureen Hall
Bridesmaid Gowns: Bella Bridesmaid
Men’s Suits: Vera Wang Men’s Warehouse
Johana and Fernando | New York Wedding Photography
We are super excited to share Johana and Fernando’s beautiful New York wedding.
The happy couple, both from Columbia, tied the knot at St. Frances De Chantal church earlier this month.
The gorgeous reception was held at The Palazzo at Marina Del Rey, which was decorated in soft pinks and gold accents. The Palazzo at Marina Del Rey is a beautiful reception hall over-looking the Manhattan skyline. The venue is made to resemble a Mediterranean seaside villa and is filled with beautiful details.
Check out their Brooklyn Bridge engagement session here.
We want to wish Johana and Fernando a lifetime of happiness together!
ICEBAR venue photography | International Drive Event Photography
We have to overcome daily challenges while photographing venues and events as professional photographers. Our clients depend on our expertise to make their visions come to life. I think ICEBAR topped all challenges combined- Photographing a venue made of solid ICE. The room is chilled to a frigid 17 degrees in order to keep the various ice sculptures from melting. I’m talking ice tables, ice walls, ice Chairs, ice sculptures and even Ice cups. This place is very unique! You can’t shoot with flash there (glare galore!), so we brought our Profoto studio lights with us. After a few test shots figuring out how to shoot without glare under such reflective conditions (we used very minimal lighting -an umbrella stand with the light and umbrella facing straight up at the non-reflective ceiling), the models were brought in for some perspective.
We could not feel our fingers or toes by the time the photo shoot was done 2 hours later! Lucky for visitors, they provide all the necessary jackets and gloves so that they can soak in the beautiful ice sculptures – without becoming one.
Orlando Corporate Event Photography by: Lotus Eyes Photography