The Club at Corazon set the scene for Emily and Jeff’s big day. One of my favorite venues in the city. It’s a little slice of paradise, it’s a real gem!
I have to start by saying this — I’m really lucky. Why? Well, this is what I hear all the time, “So, you’re a wedding photographer? That’s probably really stressful. I’m sure you have to deal with a lot of drama and bridezillas, huh?” I kinda chuckle and quickly respond, actually no, all of my couples are typically really chill — people that I’d actually love to be good friends with. They act surprised. It probably would have surprised me 5 years ago, too. Never did I think I’d be so fortunate to capture so many amazing couple’s wedding days. Emily and Jeff made me feel that way, lucky and honored.
Everything about the day was beautiful. Family traveled from all over the country and globe to show their love and support. I really loved way they envisioned their wedding — from the colors to reading each other handwritten vows after their first look. What a special an intimate moment! The ceremony included some beautiful and laugh out loud stories that all enjoyed.
I’m so excited for you, Emily and Jeff! It’s clear how much love and support you’re surrounded by. Thank you to you and your families for making us feel so welcome! I’m so excited for you to see your full gallery, but for now, here are just a few of my many favorites!
Vendors: Venue: The Club at Corazon // Dress: Wendy’s Bridal // Shoes: Betsy Blue // Bridesmaid dresses: Azazie // Groom Attire: Black Tux // Florist: Hilliard Floral // Cake: Cake Creations // Officiant: Meb McMahon (Wows and Vows) // Entertainment: Beat Squad Entertainment // Stationary: Invitations by Dawn // Vow Books: Beautifully Noted // Catering: Club at Corazon // Video: Prodigy Weddings
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