Queen’s Harbour Jacksonville Wedding | Jessica and Bryan!

Jessica and Bryan were married in Jacksonville Florida at the beautiful Queen’s Harbour Yacht and Country Club. It was an absolutely spectacular September day – the perfect breeze, comfortable temps and of course a gorgeous bride and groom! You might remember seeing these two on the blog after their Cocoa Village Engagement session – you can also read all about how they met in that post!

Jessica put a lot of DIY into her wedding, from collecting the milk glass to creating the kiddie bags and shopping her little Etsy heart out for all the sweet added touches (how cute are those monogrammed bridesmaid shirts?) It all came together beautifully along with her Angel Rivera dress and fabulous accessories. The bridesmaids are wearing earrings by Kendra Scott and Jessica even gave me a pair!  Could I ask to work with more amazing people? (No, it’s an impossibility.)  But I knew it before the earrings…  During our first meeting together, when Jessica told me about the milk glass, I knew we were soul mates. Then I saw the bud vases hanging on the wedding isle and again I fell in love with this bride. But most of all I’m  happy to get to know such wonderful people and capture their most special moments.  Bryan and Jessica were a pleasure to photograph and it was so much fun having them into the studio last week for their Opening Night. Every time I see them, I am reminded that people like this make my job awesome.

Bryan and Jessica, many blessings on your marriage!

 

Wedding Vendors:

Queens Harbour Yacht Club -Jacksonville

DJ Brandon -Jacksonville

Parker’s Events Florist -Jacksonville

Solutions Bridal Boutique -Orlando

Jen Simpson Design -Invitations

Thanks also to Devon Simpson for being such a great assistant, second shooter and brother!

Next up: Pretty much everything, ha! I have tons of shoots and another wedding to share this week – last week was just too busy to keep up with the blog. We had Davis in Orlando at Arnold Palmer for one day of tests (he is fine but it was not the easiest day,) then I had the opportunity to speak for the Camera Club of Brevard on Tuesday (that was great) then I shot a few more sessions and met with clients in the studio… Looking forward to a more balanced week ahead with a little bit more office time!

 

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