Natalie and Adam’s wedding kicked off our fall wedding season a couple weeks ago, and now I’m already 3 more wedding previews behind!
These beautiful kids hailed all the way from across the pond for their Disney wedding and we were honored to be a part of it. :)
Favorite! Natalie and Adam, we’re excited to share the rest soon! :)
Bob was the coach of Gina’s little brother’s lacrosse team. See why it’s important that kids play sports? ;)
After a Christmas Eve proposal, Gina began planning the Disney wedding she dreamed of since childhood! Their wedding day began like many other Disney weddings do, by our couple getting ready at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort.
Nate, our lovely assistant Lydia, and I started our trek to Gina’s hotel room and picked up the pace when the sky turned from dark to holy-cow-it’s-gonna-pour. We hauled tail to Gina’s building only to have our phones start buzzing with notice of a tornado warning on Disney property!
Looking out this door on a clear day, there’s a lovely view of Disney’s Wedding Pavilion. Today- A wall of rain!
Gina was in the best mood about the day, tornado warning or not. By the time we finished photographing her details, the storm had all ready passed.
Love me some Richard! :)
Loved these girls so much- One of them even just booked us for her wedding! :) (Hi Valerie!)
Yay! More Gina and Bob love coming to the blog tomorrow. :)
Gina and Bob’s post on Disney’s Fairytale Weddings and Honeymoons blog!
The ceremonial “Disney point.”
So now that Nate and I have now photographed a couple Disneyland weddings, just a few Walt Disney World weddings, and one very special vow renewal at Disney’s Aulani Resort in Hawaii, it only seemed fitting that we shoot our first wedding on the Disney Cruise Line! Krystal and Ben’s wedding trip took place on the Dream, one of the newest in Disney’s impressive fleet. I loved this boat so hard and I’m already begging Nate for a repeat voyage- 3 days just wasn’t enough! :)
There was no shortage of photo opportunities, that’s for sure. I don’t think we’ve ever spent so long photographing a wedding dress! :)
This chair and Cinderella mosaic was one of the first things I saw when we boarded the Dream, and I immediately knew I wanted this shot! :)
I still don’t know how we managed to fit Krystal, her parents, four bridesmaids, and two photographers in this stateroom!
A wedding day first for us: Characters on golf carts! So fun. :)
Another wedding day first for us: Scuba divers behind the wedding ceremony! :)
I love when a friend or family member of the bride and groom officiates the wedding ceremony. Krystal’s sweet step dad did a wonderful job.
Krystal, you’re gorgeous. :)
Check back tomorrow for part two, which kicks off with a special guest who may or may not be Captain Jack Sparrow. :)
More cruise weddings on the Root Photography blog :