My friend Keeley is having a baby! I could not be more excited to meet Emery Lynn Morrell in the next few weeks. Love you friend. Thanks for letting me capture these sweet photos of you and your belly.
Sarah and Mike have a fun, playful, infectious kind of love that made capturing their wedding a true joy. It took place on a beautiful, overcast day at the end of December – and Mike’s friends and family who had traveled from Scotland could not believe that they found themselves at an outdoor wedding in the dead of winter. From kilts, to hanging lanterns, their dog Wallace, corn hole, a canoe full of raw oysters, outdoor furniture, a cake adorned with little figurines made by Mike’s father, and more – Sarah and Mike’s wedding had so many thoughtful personal touches.
As usual, I was honored to work alongside wonderful vendors! Botanica blew everyone away with their flowers, decor and event design. Laura of Tampa Bay Watch and Sandy of Sandy Rule Events were both awesome – go-to people during the day. Eric, the DJ, kept the dance floor full with modern music as well as Scottish traditional dances (which the guests happily learned). And, I could not have captured nearly the amount and scope of photos without my second photographer, Jazleen. Several of the photos you see below, especially of the boys beforehand and some details of dinner, are hers. Thanks for being so consistent and fun to work with!
Here are all of the vendors that made the day happen:
- Venue: Tampa Bay Watch
- Caterer: Puff N Stuff
- Cakes: Wright’s Gourmet and Publix
- Reception Music: Grant Hemond and Associates
- Floral, Furniture, Décor and Event Design: Botanica
- Day of Coordinator: Sandy Rule Events
- Bride’s Dress: Holly Greenhagen
- Bridesmaids: Alfred Sun dresses from WeddingtonWay.com
- Second Photographer: Jazleen Letona Photography
Congratulations Sarah and Mike!
Blue jeans, stripes, baby blue and plaid . . . two little boys, a mom & a dad . . . made way for the perfect family photo session!
Mason and Travis are adorable, fun, rambunctious, little boys and their parents get right there in the activity and mess with them. Which is the best kind of interaction for a family photography session. Also, Jen did a great job coordinating colors and patterns while not matching everyone – I love it! Anyway, hope you enjoy these precious ones.
I am still catching up on my 2013 photo sessions and WOW I had so much fun taking these pretty and passionate photos of my beautiful friend, Angie, and her man, TJ. We headed over to the University of Tampa’s campus to get a blend of nature with some brick fun. Anyway, enjoy – and Angie – I miss watching the Bachelorette/Bachelor with you and the girls!!