On Saturday, March 11th, Andrew and I had the pleasure of documenting Anna and Sam’s Hutchinson Island destination wedding at Bob Graham Beach. Their whimsical Hutchinson Island beach wedding began at 10:00 o’clock in the morning. The sky was completely clear and SO blue! The vibrant teal ocean created the perfect backdrop for their gorgeous day.
Anna and Sam live in Houston, Texas but decided they wanted to have a destination beach wedding. So they choose the Hobe Sound area because Sam’s parents live there. Sam’s parent’s helped bring a lot of the details together and they did a wonderful job. The whole day came together seamlessly.
Anna and Sam, Thank you so much for choosing us to capture your Hutchinson Island destination wedding! It was such an honor being a part of such a magical day! You both were a dream to work with and we hope to work with you again!
Many hand-made wooden signs were made that said different parts of the love chapter in the bible, 1st Corinthians Chapter 13. This day was so perfectly stunning! First kiss as husband and wife!
The fun wedding party! Bridal portraits, my favorite time of day! So much joy! These two made the dip look so easy!
Some of my favorite shots from the whole day! So dreamy and sweet!! Anna’s wedding dress by Maggie Sottero was incredible and perfect for her beach wedding! The detail on the back and the elegant cut were some of my favorite features. Allen Roberts Floral Designs created this stunning bouquet.
The creative team that brought this Hutchinson Island Destination Wedding together:
On Sunday, March 12th, 2017, Andrew and I had the pleasure of capturing Kirsten and Joseph’s elegant Worth Avenue engagement shoot. We began our session in the Westward part of Worth Avenue and ended our session at the Palm Beach Clock Tower.
Kirsten and Joseph, it was truly our pleasure capturing your engagement photos! Andrew and I are so excited to be a part of your wedding day in November!
First, we started one street over from Worth Avenue where there is a gorgeous building with amazing detail! Kirsten, you are STUNNING!!Then a few shots in front of the Saks Fifth Avenue ivy wall. Afterward, we captured one of my favorite sets from their engagement session! The following photo isn’t generally a style I dabble in often, but this day I was feeling something different. I ended up being pretty happy with the result.
Then we captured a few classic photos with the iconic Palm Beach Clock Tower.
Details about this elegant Worth Avenue engagement:
On Sunday, February 19th, 2017 Andrew and I had the pleasure of capturing Michelle and Alejandro’s dreamy Singer Island beach wedding at the Hilton Singer Island Oceanfront Resort. This dreamy wedding was a perfect blend of whimsical feels and rustic touches. Their wedding chuppah by Kish Events brought these two elements together seamlessly. Rustic branches formed the structure while soft ivory flowers and lush greenery decorated the front.
One of my favorite details from this wedding was Michelle’s wedding gown. She wore a stunning ivory gown that had a gorgeous strappy back. This was the perfect gown for a beach wedding. It flowed so effortlessly in the breeze and its simple style fit the beach feel so well.
Michelle and Alejandro, thank you for having us be a part of your gorgeous wedding day! It was such a pleasure capturing your big day!
Their Love Story:
They met on Tinder. He lived in Pembroke Pines and she lived in Palm Beach Gardens, but they both worked in Lake Worth so that’s how they were matched. In Alejandro’s Tinder profile, he had stated that he was from Argentina, which immediately caught Michelle’s eye because so was she. They talked on the phone a few times before they met in person. But within a week of the day they matched, they went on their first date.
Their first date was on September 6th, 2014, where they met halfway at Mizner Park in Boca Raton and had dinner at the Yard House. After dinner, they began to stroll the streets of the Mizner area while chatting and getting to know one another. By the time they looked at the clock, eight hours had passed.
Alejandro even played guitar for her later in the parking garage. They saw each other a few more times in the week that followed, during which he formally asked her to be his girlfriend twice and actually got turned down. It wasn’t until the following Saturday when they met at the beach in Hollywood and he asked again and she finally said yes!
Michelle was the first to say “I love you” on their one-month anniversary of dating, on a Rubik’s cube that she made him with pictures of them. One of the sides was a little note she wrote him, which said, “I love you” at the end. On their one-year anniversary, Alejandro popped the big question. One simple evening at home after dinner he pulled out the ring box. After a few heartfelt remarks, he asked her the question and, of course, she said yes!
The details that brought this Dreamy Singer Island Beach Wedding together: