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I love how a session is planned and location chosen then it just gets morphed into something unexpected. When Sam expressed to me that he envisioned doing their engagement session at the beach I must admit I was very resistant. You can even ask Kaitlin and she will verify my many many ideas that I suggested. The beach was an obvious location especially since their beautiful daughter, Madeline was going to be included in the session. I must admit the beach is classic and beautiful all on its own. So the beach indeed became the first location and then so much more followed. I think giving my clients variety is a must and this session is definitely full of variety. Stay tuned for the sequel which will include some photos from the beach.
When we got the call that Maureen and Jay chose us to document their wedding in Jamaica, we were so ecstatic. Jamaica? We are so there! Yeah, mon!!!
We started the wedding day by capturing the beauty that Jamaica has to offer (more posts on this soon to come). We also were able to run around with the guys playing golf in the beach side course. Imagine!!! The girls were getting their hair-dids at the salon, and toasting to Maureen! Rain threatened, but did not conquer. The ceremony was alongside the Ruins. A weathered and torn down building with history! Amazing. As Maureen walked down the aisle clutching to her dad, Jay's face said a thousand words! He beamed as his gorgeous bride met him at the altar and throughout the entire ceremony! Once the vows were said and the first kiss was done, we took advantage of the scenery and the sunset and took some amazing portraits of the newlyweds. Because we knew, with this crowd, once the party started there was no stopping it! And, boy were we right! They did not stop dancing all night! Once the reception was over they all went out!!!
Maureen and Jay, we only wish you that your love last forever! Congratulations!
I think Mary was born to be a bride. Not only did she look stunning but she seemed to be so cool and calm. Both bride and groom made sure to enjoy every minute of their wedding day. They truly seemed to be in the moment. The ceremony was at The Church of the Little Flower and the reception at the Club of Knights. The details included a color scheme of navy blue and bubble gum pink, even the bride had a touch of pink around her waist. The guests were directed to their seats by jars filled with m&ms. The room was draped in room lighting (pink of course), provided by the DJ Connection. Guests were given flip flops tied with a label that read "dancing shoes". Details...details...details make a wedding so unique and memorable. Seriously I think I am going to start referring Mary as "Martha", she really out did herself. Two days before the wedding Mary aka Martha was already planning her Trash the Dress Session with us and I recall the the word WATER being used!!! Can't wait!