Continued from Kaitlyn and Tony’s Wedding Part I.
I love when our couples invest in the engagement guest book.
Never had I ever seen floral arrangements as stunning as these. The floral chandelier on the left hung over the dance floor!
Isleworth’s ballroom was transformed into Wonderland. :)
Yes, that really is a cake on the right!
Instead of bubbles or sparklers, Kaitlyn and Tony made their exit through guests singing their alma maters’ fight songs and shaking pompoms. :)
It was awesome, and the guests got totally into it!
The end! Kaitlyn and Tony, thank you guys for everything; keep in touch!! :)
Remember Kaitlyn and Tony’s engagement session that ended up with them jumping in the pool at Isleworth Country Club? Ever since our first meeting with Kaitlyn and her sweet Mom, we knew this was gonna be an amazing wedding. I mean… Kaitlyn initially dreamed of going down the aisle riding an elephant, so we pretty much hit it off immediately. ;)
Nate and I have been looking forward to shooting an Isleworth Country Club wedding ever since we started photographing weddings in central Florida. Kaitlyn and Tony’s wedding was the epitome of a picture perfect day, with every detail oozing beauty and perfection.
Kaitlyn’s flower girl just hated the camera, can’t you tell? ;)
Loooved their wedding details.
They’re as nuts about their dog, Peanut, as we are about our Huckleberry. Remember their engagement session? :)
I adore this shot of Tony escorting his grandmother to her seat. :)
The ceremony took place right behind Kaitlyn’s parent’s back yard, next to a lake. :)
Click here to visit Kaitlyn and Tony’s Wedding Part II. :)
Don’t read until you’ve finished Lindsey and Derrick : Part 1! It’s a good one. :)
We were all afraid it’d start pouring buckets minutes before the ceremony, but Lindsey wasn’t the least bit concerned. I’m pretty much convinced her good mood alone held off the rain! Sure enough, just as she started her walk down the aisle with Dad, the sprinkles stopped. :)
Words can’t express how much we loved the soft, even light provided by the canopy of trees at the Dixon Art Gallery. :)
Possibly my favorite two of the whole day – Nate grabbed these when Lindsey and Derrick were enjoying their first minute together after being pronounced man and wife. :)
Waiting to be announced into the reception :
Their sweet first dance was to “Our Love is Here to Stay.”
There wasn’t a dry eye when Derrick and Grayson danced their very own father / daughter dance to Amos Lee’s “Sweet Pea.”
Lindsey and Derrick, thank you for picking us. Can’t wait til our next family session! ;)
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