We are excited to announce that our wedding with Brittney & Dianne, captured the Summer of 2016, was just recently published on the blog Equally Wed, known for featuring modern LGBTQ weddings. Hop on over to their site to see the full published piece, http://equallywed.com/colorful-south-florida-sunrise-beach-wedding/.Read More
Katie and Trey’s wedding is best described as a family affair. The couple had actually eloped two weeks earlier to be married officially, and the gathering and ceremony we were lucky to photograph was a big gesture for their children to merge their two families into one. Read More
How could any couple go wrong with sun flooded hallways, warm cherry wood wall trim, antique ceiling filigree, and a breathtaking rounded glass ceiling complimenting stained glass windows complete with two enormous crystal chandeliers? The historical building architecture alone at this wedding will have you discovering new little things for hours. Brooke and Brandon’s wedding is utter eye candy, delicious enough to melt in your mouth! Warm tones radiate throughout this historic venue, which paired perfectly with the wedding decor in shades of cool-toned purple, the bride’s favorite color. Read More
Nestor had been planning on proposing for a while (two years to be exact!). He was just waiting for a memorable place to do it, and more importantly, the perfect ring. On November 27, 2015, on a trip to visit Paola’s family in Cueva Ventana Arecibo in Puerto Rico, the stars finally aligned, and the two were officially engaged to be married. All of the family was in on this couple’s surprise engagement. Read More
When we photograph a wedding at one of most beautiful places in Jacksonville, FL, we can’t help but drool over the photos afterwards! Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens is such a sophisticated venue, not only boasting an amazing collection, but it is home to four beautifully manicured gardens. Read More
I have always been one to fully appreciate historical architecture and the stories behind preserved structures. If you are also fascinated by this sort of thing, then you will absolutely adore Andrea and Drew’s reception venue, the Courtyard at Lake Lucerne. What is now a cozy bed and breakfast in the heart of downtown Orlando, it was once home to Dr. Phillips and his family. The bit of history that excited me was that this house was originally built in 1893 as a wedding gift for Col. Peckham’s daughter. Yes, this historic home was a wedding gift! I can only imagine how excited his daughter would be to hear that her once home is now being used as a special place for brides and grooms to marry! That makes this venue ever-so-sweet!
We had a fun time shooting Shannon and Jon’s engagement portraits. They decided to go simple – no props. I always recommend bringing props, especially for couples who are nervous in front of the camera. It helps them focus on something other than staring down the barrel of a lens. It also gives them something to hold, which is soothing for most people. They were both very nervous, but they just wanted the photos to focus on the two of them. They did a great job! You’d never know that they were nervous.
Luke had not even met his bride-to-be when he first laid eyes on the stunning lakeside garden in Orlando, Florida. He immediately pronounced that this private oasis in Formosa Gardens Estates would become his and his future bride’s wedding ceremony and reception site. When he proposed to Leigh on Carbon Beach in Malibu several years later, they both agreed that this beautiful destination location would be the spot they would exchange their vows.Read More
Paradise Cove is one of those unique locations in Orlando that really showcases the old beauty of Florida with their private beach on the lake and the towering cypress trees. We had a fun day this January with Jill and Robert, who traveled all the way from Madison, Wisconsin for a sunny destination wedding. Here are a few of our favorite photos that show some of the moments from their wedding day.Read More
We are excited to announce that Hundreds of Moments LLC has been selected as a 2015 winner in The Knot Best of Weddings, Wedding Photographer, an award representing the highest-rated wedding professionals as reviewed by our own real couples, their families and wedding guests on The Knot. In 2015, only 2% of the 250,000 local wedding professionals listed on TheKnot.com have received this distinguished accolade. The Knot Best of Weddings 2015 provides an annual by-couples, for-couples guide to the top wedding professionals across the country.
To determine the winners, The Knot assessed a sample of almost one million real reviews across the various vendor categories—venues, musicians, florists, photographers, caterers and more—that a bride or groom would want in order to inspire, plan and pull off their own unique wedding.
We are incredibly overjoyed and excited to be selected and featured!
We had a fun time with Sheldon and Teresa this past weekend. The couple flew in from Calgary, Canada to have an intimate wedding at the Grand Floridian Disney. We were honored to accompany the new couple for a whopping five hours after their wedding to capture portrait after portrait! A photographer’s dream. We photographed at three different locations, Disney’s Yacht Club, Celebration Golf Club and Lake Louisa State Park. It was a cloudless day with beautiful winter sunlight. The images are amazing, and we wish the best to them both!
Congratulations to Meena and Neal who were married at First Baptist Church of Winter Garden on Sunday, December 7, 2014. They held their family-style reception at the new Ocoee Lakeshore Center, which sits on beautiful Starke Lake. Their featured photo was snapped during their first dance. Wishing you both the best in love and marriage!