Meet Heather and Jamie, one great couple who we could not get enough off. Heather booked us for the whole day and we started with her and her girls at private house were the laughter never stopped. Marie Pierre and crew were on site making everyone look fabulous. Heather’s ceremony was at the beautiful St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Duval Street, where Reverend Hopper gave a wonderful ceremony with friends and family looking on. As soon as the ceremony was finished, we headed over further into Old Town to shoot some fun pics with the bridal party. I must say this bridal party was up for anything…we had such a blast with them. We soon headed back to the Casa Marina, were their staff was waiting for the parties arrival with champagne and Hors d’oeuvres. Once the bridal party had a chance to have a drink and a little food, we were back at it. The Casa Marina is such a versatile property to shoot on, it offers so many great photo opportunities. We started out with the bridal party and then ended with some great intimate sunset shots of the bride and groom. Heather was obsessed with a pin tucked raspberry linen that we had at another wedding. She was gonna have it! And Kate Ryan Linens got it for her! The rich colors made the Casa Marina even more absolutely breathtaking. I loved the wine bottles as table numbers too! Great job Heather and Megan-Swankey Events! After a few formalities the floor was open and the party began, we also brought in our photo and motion booth to help capture the fun and festivities, and boy did we. This group was so much fun as they literally partied and partied and celebrated Heather and Jamie’s day. We even found a drunk leprechaun passed out in the walkway, just out side of the reception. A special thanks to Megan with Swankey Events, who coordinated an orchestrated the whole event.
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Team Studio Julie