Joe and Carly were married at Cocoa Village Riverfront Park. It was a beautiful day! We shot their engagement session in the same place back in January, so it felt like a full circle moment capturing these images. I love the whole process of engagement, especially the way it builds right up to that walk down the isle. Whether you see each other before the wedding or not, nothing takes that away. The fact is your journey is both complete and beginning all over again – what a moment! Joe and Carly are so sweet. Carly was emotional the whole day; she seemed to be overwhelmed with feelings of gratitude and excitement and the usual bit of nervousness. I could tell she appreciated every bit of her day and that is really such a beautiful characteristic don’t you think?
We started out at Carly’s mother’s home on Merritt Island
Joe gave Carly a dozen red roses, this beautiful bracelet and sweet note. She felt like he did “better” than her because she had just given him a small gift and sent some hooters girls with wings to the guys place.
But isn’t marriage all about knowing each other’s love language? I’m pretty sure my husband would rather have wings than jewelry any day!
The luau feel of the wedding was carried through beautifully.
You can’t tell here, but I think Carly cried all the way down the isle. Happy cry of course.
Love it -rawrr
Dear blue sail boat, I would like to take you with me to other shoots please. You are perfect.
Carly coaches soccer and her girls were to be eager to help on the wedding day!
Complete entertainment made the night fun and unique! Plus I got to see Hawaiian barbie in real life! How cute is she?
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