The question is often asked “can you see love?” The answer is- YES- for you only need to look into the eyes of a Bride and Groom on their “best day ever”–to see what love looks like. Tim and Marliese Croskey began their lives together as husband and wife at one of the most romantic, mystical, and
Ana Lucia and Alejandro came all the way from Guatemala and chose Cross Creek Ranch as the Venue for their destination wedding ceremony in mid-December. Lu looked amazing as she was escorted by her brother to join Alex at the head of the aisle. There, in front of their family and friends, the couple shared
Rich Tiemann had the pleasure of marrying a fun and friendly couple, Matt and Emily, at the Ybor City Garden Museum in Tampa. Natalia Day was the coordinator and she did a great job putting everything together. The bride and groom decided on a unique element for their ceremony: Unity Art (a great alternative to
What a beautiful day filled with a gentle breeze at the Ritz Carlton Sarasota. We gathered to celebrate Jason & Jill’s outdoor wedding ceremony. With an intimate set up, Jennifer McCraken (planner) did a great job orchestrating every aspect flawlessly. Stephanie A. Smith provided photography and really went above and beyond to capture the moment.
Up, up, and away. Stephanie and Levi tied the knot 400 feet above the beautiful Disney Springs in the ballon at Characters in Flight. The couple fled the cold of Alberta, Canada to come to Walt Disney World for a family vacation and to get married. Atmospheres Floral and Decor provided the couples flowers. The bouquet
Sisters Kelly and Lauren chose the beautiful Lange Farm as the Venue for their DOUBLE wedding ceremony on Saturday, January 14. Both brides looked amazing as they were escorted by their father at the same time, to join their grooms (Kelly and Tony, and Lauren and Blake) at the head of the aisle. There, in