What was special about the first time the bride and groom saw each other?
Tears, tears, tears! Caroline and Brandon opted for a traditional timeline, so the first time they saw each other on the wedding day was when Caroline rounded the corner to walk down the aisle. Brandon had a tough time holding it together, and I know I saw tears glistening on Caroline’s cheeks as well. This bride and groom are two of the nicest people I’ve ever photographed and every interaction I had with them was just wonderful.
What made the wedding venue special?
Bella Collina is an incredible Orlando wedding venue. Inspired by the hills of Tuscany, it’s a gorgeous space of meandering stone pathways, classic arches, and lush landscaping. It provides an incredible experience for guests, and is a dream for creating magical wedding photos.
What was the couple’s session like?
It was absolute magic. Right after the ceremony, the incredible staff at Bella Collina whisked us away in a golf cart so we could take advantage of the diverse and gorgeous landscapes on the property. From rolling, sun-drenched hills, to classic vineyards, to glassy lakes – we were able to take beautiful bride and groom photos everywhere!
What made the band or DJ exceptional?
DJ Gary White kept the dance floor full the entire night – seriously, I don’t think this (very fun) crowd ever sat down! He was so polite and professional and it was just a great pleasure to work with him!
Was there an exceptional vendor?
The wedding planner was Jess with Blush, and did a wonderful job keeping everything running smoothly. We always appreciate working with top-notch vendors, especially when we photograph destination weddings, and the Blush team made our job much easier!
What was unique about the bridal party’s attire?
The bridesmaids wore jumpsuits! I loved how stylish this simple choice made the wedding feel, and the girls look modern and classy and gorgeous!
Primary shooter: Aislinn