We wrapped up 2014 with one of our favorite affairs. Wendy & Don had an unforgettable intimate sunrise brunch wedding that we were more than happy to capture. Wendy is a natural in front of the camera and can you tell our groom is a model? We gladly took advantage of it. But we must say that their adorable doggies stole the show.
PS: Stay tuned for the video!
We had the opportunity to shoot an incredible proposal meticulously planned by Maged and The Heart Bandits, a company that specializes in planning epic proposals. It was great to witness all the surprises for Sarah; from the helicopter ride to the private dinner for two at The Raleigh Hotel. But it was more special seeing Sarah & Maged bond and enjoying this unforgettable moment.
A father & daughter’s first look always gets us. Iveth’s special moment with her dad was no exception. It’s an honor for us to capture memories like these. Watch Iveth & David’s highlight video below to see more.
We’re happy to finally share some our latest videos! First up: Stacy & Justin. This beautiful couple had an elegant brunch wedding at The Rusty Pelican in Key Biscayne. Lovely couple, great planner (Ever After Wed) and brunch with a view? Yes, please.
Shooting at Villa Woodbine never gets old, especially if we’re capturing such a stylish couple like Candace & Jeffrey. This is a highlight of their ceremony, if your curious to see the full length, click here.
Cinematography: Pabelona Studio
Planning, Styling, Coordination: Miranda Hattie Events
Venue and Catering: Villa Woodbine
Photography: Katie Lopez
Floral Design: Anthology Co.
DJ: Mike Kruz with Scratch Weddings
Wood Tables and Lighting: Unearthed Vintage
Unearthed Vintage put together the most beautiful elegant Moroccan editorial shoot. We were thrilled to have captured the impeccable work of all the talented vendors that participated. Shooting at the Perez Art Museum was a dream come true!
Creative direction and furniture rental: Unearthed Vintage
Photography: Katie Lopez
Cake and Sweets design: Earth and Sugar
Paper Goods: Make Merry
Hair & Make-up: Hey Gorgeous
Dress: Chernaya Bridal House
Catering: Stephen Starr Events
I’m very lucky to have been raised in such a culturally vibrant country like Peru. I was exposed to incredible craftsmanship in our clothing and the accompanying accessories such as gorgeous embroidered skirts and stunning jewelry. I wanted to capture the essence of Peru in the context of a wedding so that I could combine these colorful textures but with elegant gold accents. And show that colorful can also be elegant with just the right amount. I approached Miranda from Miranda Hattie events because I knew she would take my vision to the next level.
Miranda let the colors, patterns and textures of their traditional fabrics be her guide. This led to a bright yet rich palette of colors and earthy accents. She enjoyed the opportunity to play with pattern, mixing styles to create an eclectic vibe that paired well with the wood and leather pieces that anchored the look. For the florals, she wanted to create a decadent feeling. This meant a look that bordered on the edge of restraint, using loads of vines and greenery with deep jewel-toned flowers that looked as if they had just been harvested from the surrounding garden. She added in lots of gold accents to lend a feeling of luxury and timelessness to the overall look.
Veronica from Anthololy Floral Design was inspired by the richness of their folklore, abundance of colors and textures, incorporating flowers that resemble the elaborate wool and alpaca weaving, along with native and curative flowers. Some of the blossoms such as theCelosia, Monarda, Passion vines and Amaranthus are not only beautiful to the eye but also have been use as dyes and for their healing properties.
Katie from Unearthed Vintage wanted to create a focal point for the cake that was different and accentuated the gold accents we wanted to incorporate. She combined all of their florentine nesting tables to create this unique look. She was also inspired by the venue and found the perfect spot to display her styled furniture.
Sandy from Sugar Fancies‘ vision for the cake was to merge a simple yet rustic feel with an air of refined elegance. She used metallic and shimmering elements such as edible gold foil and a hand piped Peruvian embroidery pattern to complete the look.
Fabulous team of vendors:
Photographer/Videographer: Celia & Jorge of Pabelona Studio
Planning & Design: Miranda Hattie Events
Venue: Fairchild Gardens
Cake: Sugar Fancies
Vintage Rentals: Unearthed Vintage
Dress: Naem Khan Dress from Chic Parisien
Makeup: Make Up By Marz
Hair: Beauty Therapy Hair Studio
Invitations: Bella Figura
Calligraphy: Kelle McCarter
Peruvian Skirts and Accessories: Mariluz Hurtado
This styled shoot was feature on 100 Layer Cake! You can see the post here.
You can see the Behind-the-scenes video here.
The main ingredient of a wedding is always love; but when you have bundles of love, a kind family and a gorgeously styled wedding, then you have magic…and we love capturing magic. We present the highlight video of one of our favorite couples; Kristen and Rob:
Our first meeting with Fernanda & Giancarlo was almost a year ago, we can’t believe their wedding is soon approaching! This couple is sweet and classy, Coral Gables seemed like the perfect fit for their engagement session.
Danielle and Chris love the outdoors so an engagement session involving bikes seemed like the way to go. It was so much fun capturing these two. We can’t wait to photograph their wedding next year!