A grand vista of trees and greens set the stage for Carrollwood Country Club's outdoor wedding ceremony area. Guests and the bridal party process from the canopied porch past a peaceful fountain to the terraced site. It makes for a majestic scene and beautiful photographs.
We started off Crystal and Michael's wedding day with getting ready images. This is often the most stressful part of the day so Brian and I work hard on soothing nerves and doing our best to aid in things running smoothly as well as capturing those precious moments and details. The staff at Carrollwood Country Club does a great job making sure all the needs are met so that the day runs as smoothly as possible.
Once it is time for the ceremony to start, we work hard to stay out of the way and be as inconspicuous as possible while capturing every important moment. After the guests have moved on to cocktail hour we quickly go to work on formal portraits of the family, bridal party and finally the bride and groom alone. This is done in a manner in which the guests can spend as much time socializing and enjoying themselves and the least amount of time waiting on us and standing in front of our cameras. We feel that the enjoyment of the day is just as important as the photography.
Then it was time for the fun to truly begin! Introductions, dances, toasts, cake cutting and the rest of the night's events flow seamlessly with us there to document it all. We make sure to create a dramatic image or two to top off the night before we say our goodbyes. It was an honor and a pleasure to work for Crystal and Michael and I hope their wedding images bring smiles to their faces for years to come.
Brian and I would like to thank the vendors who worked with us to make Crystal and Michael's wedding day run smoothly!
Carrollwood Country Club: www.carrollwoodcc.com/
Boone's Professional Events: clearwaterdjs.com/
L.T. Artistry: www.lindsaytravisartistry.com/