Posts Tagged ‘lighthouse’

Haro Wedding | Hillsboro Lighthouse | South Florida Wedding Photography

May 12th, 2014

All little girls grow up dreaming of their wedding day. Some more than others, but still the same, you have an idea or two before you ever get the proposal. Living in Florida the dream day is usually imagined with blue waters, white sand, a crisp sky, a colorful sunset and the picture perfect moment. […]

 

All little girls grow up dreaming of their wedding day. Some more than others, but still the same, you have an idea or two before you ever get the proposal. Living in Florida the dream day is usually imagined with blue waters, white sand, a crisp sky, a colorful sunset and the picture perfect moment. The Haro wedding checked all the boxes and then some. Mother Nature dealt us quite the hand this beautiful Saturday… except maybe the wind.

We could have done with a little less hurricane-force gusts that day, although when you are looking through the following images you will have no idea that we were battling it. The wind is definitely something most people do not think about when planning any sort of outdoor event. It sneaks up on you the moment of the big day and suddenly you are concerned about this particular force that you hadn’t even known was charted on your weather app. But I digress.

We arrived on the shores of Hillsboro beach, at the very point where there sits a lighthouse. Lighthouses are particular meaningful to Lisa and Kenny as they promised they would wed each other in front of one. <3 As our groom is a member of the United States Coast Guard, the house guarding the coastal shores also serves as a protecting beacon and symbol. We would like to take a small moment and thank both Kenny and Lisa; Kenny, thank you for serving our country and for the personal sacrifices you make to keep us all safe.


This very special day was filled with so many smiles, so much color, and many, many cheers. As we gazed back at this absolutely perfect day for Lisa and Kenny we both couldn’t help but smile to ourselves. These two are so in love and so perfect for each other. They truly are meant to share their lives together.

Happy Wedding Day Lisa and Kenny! Enjoy!

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Arlt Wedding | Lighthouse Point Yacht Club | Lighthouse Point, FL

April 5th, 2013

It was one of those spectacular summer days. Vibrant blue skies, a merry breeze, green palm trees dancing tenderly in it’s wake. This was Lauren and Mike’s wedding day. We arrived at one of the iconic locations of Lighthouse Point…the Yacht Club. Tucked away on the banks of a channel, surrounded by lush foliage, the […]

 

It was one of those spectacular summer days. Vibrant blue skies, a merry breeze, green palm trees dancing tenderly in it’s wake. This was Lauren and Mike’s wedding day. We arrived at one of the iconic locations of Lighthouse Point…the Yacht Club. Tucked away on the banks of a channel, surrounded by lush foliage, the view was one of luxurious boats and calm water.

As we entered the grand foyer a love story unfolded in front us in the form of photographs. It was Lauren & Mike’s journey to this very moment.

We went to the bride’s chambers, where we found her calmly sitting as she was being primped and dolled. She was surrounded by her greatest female companions all of which were doting on her every whim.

As everyone was corralled down to the ceremony location, Lauren watched and waited from her room’s windows. The serenity she exuded was of grace and beauty.

The groom emerges and saunters down the small aisle where he will patiently wait for the first moment he lays eyes on his bride.

A smile, and an all too knowing glance between father and daughter as they make their way to the altar.

Love creates a lighthouse inside our hearts, guiding us through the dark and stormy days; always glowing and never dimming.

We had such a fun time with the bridal party after the ceremony. We were able to use an array of beautiful locations around the yacht club. Lauren and Mike flirted and played amongst their friends, completely in the moment and absorbing every minute of their spectacular day.

Most grooms may not have been as willing to take off their shoes and socks to produce these adorable shots, but Mike never gave it a second thought. Anything for his gorgeous bride…

Underneath the stars in a cloud of lavender we floated into the reception.

Introducing Mr. & Mrs.

Congratulations Lauren & Mike! We are so happy for you both and wish you a lifetime of playfulness and love. To see even more photos from their big day, become a fan and see them on Facebook.

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Tea for Two.

April 17th, 2011

If you are lucky you have one; that sister who inevitably becomes your best friend. There are many books written about the relationship you have with your siblings, the ups and downs, the vicious cycle you get thrown in trying to decide which polar feeling you truly have for her. Speaking from experience, I remember […]

 

If you are lucky you have one; that sister who inevitably becomes your best friend. There are many books written about the relationship you have with your siblings, the ups and downs, the vicious cycle you get thrown in trying to decide which polar feeling you truly have for her. Speaking from experience, I remember growing up with my little sister. It was the best time. Every morning we would wake up and continue the game we had started many weeks before. She was always there.

Meet these two darling little girls. Keimelis [on the right], is the big sister. There always seems to be more responsibility placed on your shoulders. You must always look after your younger sister…she has yet to experience as much life as you have and it is your duty to make sure she doesn’t receive the bumps that you befell. Kiara is the younger sibling. She seems to have the carefree spirit that all baby sisters have. She looks up to her older sister in every way possible and strives to be just like her, for she is the greatest person she has ever met.

The imagination of these two truly captured your heart. We simply set up a table with a tea set and cupcakes, in the middle of a public park, and watched as they delved into this secret world where the only population was themselves. Those days are a fuzzy haze in the back of my mind now… I sometimes wish I could go back and throw myself into a world created solely by my imagination.

Sharing was commendably done by Keimelis and Kiara.

Sisterly love.

Of two sisters one is always the watcher, one the dancer. ~Louise Glück

Thank you so much for allowing us to peak inside your exciting world. We were so thrilled to be able to capture this unique time in your lives. We will always remember the little tea party we shared with you.