Cata is one of my little sister’s gorgeous sorority sisters. You may remember her and Ryan’s cute engagement session around Celebration with her two yorkies, or their session around Mt. Dora. After spending time with these two, I knew that they would be such a wonderful bride and groom, and couldn’t have been more right. :)

We showed up to the Grand Bohemian Hotel in Orlando where Patricia LeJeune was wrapping up hair and makeup.

While taking photos of Cata and her momma, her mom accidentally left lipstick marks on her cheek! :)

Favorite. :)

A little Chick-fil-a and Facebook before walking down the aisle.

Their ceremony was at St. James Cathedral in Orlando.


Sorry, Disney, but Cinderella’s carriage has nothing on Cata’s dad’s bug! Cutest getaway ever. :)

This was the first wedding coordinated by Jenna and Melissa, two more of my sister’s sorority sisters- Watch out for The Jubilee Company to be sweeping Florida events soon! I’m so excited to watch this business grow and say “I knew them when!” A wedding vendor never, ever forgets their first wedding, and I was so happy to be a part of it. :)

Love when sissy is a guest at weddings. :)

Their Cypress Grove Estate House reception was picture-perfect. :)

After two engagement sessions, they didn’t need any direction when it came to photos! :)

Part two coming up tomorrow! :)

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Posted by at 9:00am on March 13, 2012 under GeneralWeddings

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After having way too much fun on their engagement session, Nate and I knew Danni and Chadd’s wedding day was going to be amazing. :) They’re a silly couple, they adore their dogs, and they saw each other before their near-sunset ceremony… What else could a Jensey ask for?!

Danni and Chadd first heard of us through our past couple, Jennika and Brandon, who we photographed way back in 2008. Chadd was Brandon’s best man, and on Danni and Chadd’s wedding day, Brandon got to repay the favor. We love when past couples are in the bridal party!

The bride and groom got ready at the same hotel, which always makes our job a little easier.

You can’t tell they’ve been friends most their lives at all, can you? ;)

Love finding an intimate spot for the first look.

Faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaavorite. :)

Here’s the church, here’s the steeple. Open the doors, and see all the people! ;)

They were married at the same church as Jennika and Brandon, but you couldn’t even tell with all the restorations this church has had! Love weddings at St. James Cathedral!

I think Chadd was excited. ;)

I’m in love with these two! (The photos, too!)

Danni, you were gorgeous!!!!

Check back tomorrow for part two!

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Posted by at 9:00am on February 15, 2012 under Weddings

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There’s something poetic about the fact that Kaitlyn and Eric had the brightest engagement session (literally at sunrise on Cocoa Beach), and pouring rain on their wedding day! I, for one, always see rain as incredibly romantic and cozy; lucky for our gorgeous couple, both their wedding and reception locations were indoors. :)

Our day began and ended at Rosen Shingle Creek.

I always love presenting brides their guest book on the wedding morning. :)

We very often see bridesmaids adorned in matching robes or hoodies, but this was our first time seeing groomsmen!

We love photographing at St. James Cathedral in Orlando. :)

Eric, you’re adorable!

Didn’t even realize this happened until editing. One of the many reasons that I love that Nathanial and I shoot together!

Sneaking in a snuggle between group photos. :)

The groomsmen getting Kaitlyn and her girls to the limo!

Part two coming up next. :)

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Posted by at 10:00am on October 19, 2011 under Weddings

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Nate and I were looking forward to this wedding since the moment we met Kaitlyn nearly a year and a half ago. She came to our meeting solo (a first for us!), and she was so bubbly and excited that we couldn’t help but feel the same. We’ve since met them for a mini session a year ago, and their sunrise engagement session last spring, so by the time their wedding date rolled around, we were old friends!

Kaitlyn could not have been more gorgeous. :)

Kaitlyn and Eric were married in the gorgeous St. James Cathedral in downtown Orlando.

Luckily there was plenty of time between the wedding at St. James and reception at Rosen Shingle Creek, because it took nearly an hour with traffic to get to the reception! We even still had time for bride and groom photos. :)


Huge thanks to Jessica of Eventfully Yours for making the day run perfectly! Kaitlyn and Eric, I hope you’re enjoying your Hawaiian honeymoon! :)

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