Hello there lovely friends! We’re keeping the wedding streak going by showcasing the next sweet couples’ best. day. ever. Lili and Yariel recently tied the knot and celebrated with friends that long awaited moment of becoming Mr. & Mrs. The Naples native groom has swooped up yet another Hialeah bride to the West Coast. My fifth wedding this fall that has been for all those friends living in the Naples/Fort Myers area and I still have two more coming up. And it’s quite funny to see how they all somehow know each other. I wish you both the very best as you begin this new chapter in your love story. With your lively spirit and the immense love that everyone can see you feel for each other,
Together with their closest family and friends, Monica and Dayron closed the gap between that long distance that had been keeping them apart all along. You may not consider a two hour drive “long distance” but when it keeps you from seeing every day the person you love, I’d say it might as well be more. I thought I’d seen her happy during our engagement session, but Monica was glowing with such joy that her fairytale wedding day had finally arrived. All her decorations details were whimsical and rich in fall colors which set the tone for a long streak of November weddings. For us Miami-ans November is the ideal month to get married since the humid heat starts to fade.
You may remember seeing this lovely couple from a post not long ago.. their South Beach engagement session was one of those that I enjoyed shooting so much. Their carefree spirit and always happy expressions made them so easy to photograph. On their long awaited wedding day everything was happening just as planned except the one thing we couldn’t control… the weather. An 100% prediction of rain forecast for the entire day my friends. I kept thinking the night before, this is South Florida, it will rain a bit and then go away. Well, it didn’t. That was the one day friends that Hialeah literally never truly saw the sun. Out went our first look plans at the park and bridal portrait session after the ceremony but guess what?
Sometimes while shooting a couple I will get that feeling of ‘I wish these guys were part of our friends circle’. The following groom would probably fit right in with my husband’s friends since he’s such a Star Wars fan (scroll down to see their wedding cake topper). He would partake in my husband’s lengthy Star Wars conversations that include and are not limited to speculation as to what the next movie is going to be about. The bride.. oblivious to anything Star Wars before becoming his lady ( just like me guys… D had to explain everything after our numerous marathon watching dates). In the future I can already see us having dinner and ignoring our husbands together. Yeni and Javier,
I am so excited that the next couple of months are wedding season here in South Florida! Beautiful brides, flowers galore and so many party planning details to make a photographer swim in all this wedding happiness. To kick of my wedding season, this past weekend we celebrated with Carolina & Isaias “their best day ever”! I already knew I was going to love our time together from the moment I started photographing their engagement session in Redland Koi Gardens back in May. Carolina would blush whenever she would look into Isaias eyes and as for him.. there was no one else in that garden but Carolina. All eyes on her. The sweetest, I tell you. We finished their engagement session in a muddy field in Homestead and when Carolina kicked off her shoes and walked around barefoot,