(Above) Earlier in the day, I captured this photograph of Erin and Christopher at the waters edge of the Beer Can Island in Sarasota, Florida.
(Above) While in the Bradenton area, I found this wall with colorful graffiti and captured this and several other photos of Erin and Christopher during their engagement session in Downtown Bradenton.
(Above) The engagement session moved into the Central Sarasota area near New College. Wedding photography captured by Angel Navarro Photography
(Above) In a brightly lit hallway, Christopher and his fiancée exchanged a few personal thoughts as I captured this, and numerous other candid pictures, of them interacting.
(Above) In a nearby grove of bamboos in Sarasota, I created this, and several other, engagement portraits of Erin and Christopher.
(Above) A slightly different spin on the previous engagement picture.
(Above) I offer what I have called a “First-Look Session” to my clients. The idea is to have an intimate moment prior to the ceremony where the bride and groom can hug each other and say the things they would otherwise not have time to say at the altar. The moment began as Erin surprised Christopher from behind, covering his eyes and surprising him with a loving peek-a-boo!
(Above) After a feast of hugs, and an exchange of loving words, many moments of kissing followed during their “First-Look Session”. A very important quality for a wedding photographer to have is “PATIENCE”; waiting for key moments to happen in front of my lens is one of my virtues.
(Above) A great close-up of Erin and Christopher during their pre-ceremony session at Mixon Farm, in Bradenton.
(Above) Certainly my favorite photograph of the entire day! Expressions such as these have the ability to tell the entire story in one glance.
(Above) A portrait of a very happy, and soon to be husband and wife.
(Above) The groom and his groomsmen enjoying a moment of horsing around and laughs as they take a cell phone picture of themselves.
(Above) Erin and her bridesmaids getting ready for her walk down the aisle.
(Above) A classical throwback of Christopher and his groomsmen crossing a busy street to get to the wedding.
(Above) The young ring bearer stuffs a tie in to his father’s mouth moments before the ceremony – very funny!
(Above) Mom and dad assist their son, the ring bearer, sign the couples engagement portrait.
(Above) A groomsman offers a ceremonial reading at the wedding.
(Above) A very happy bride smiles at her groom on the altar. A very happy wedding scene indeed!
(Above) Erin chuckles at the altar after a funny gesture from the officiant.
(Above) Christopher and Erin fill the unity vase with a red liquid in place of sand. The vase is shaped like a heart.
(Above) A gorgeous wedding picture of a ceremony in front of a white gacebo on a beautiful sunny afternoon at Mixon Farm in Bradenton.
(Above) The wedding kiss after being pronounced husband and wife.
(Above) Christopher takes his wife into his arms for a passionate kiss in the garden of Mixon Farm in Bradenton.
(Above) An idea which I thought was very funny; the men in the wedding party each dressed with a different superheroes T-shirt as each bridesmaid pulled the shirt back revealing the superhero.
(Above) Erin and Christopher enjoyed their first dance as the wedding party looks on at their reception.
(Above) Their first dance ends with a case.
(Above) The father of the bride gives the daughter a warm embrace as they enjoy their father and daughter dance.
(Above) Christopher and his mom cut the rug as mom gives her son a spin on the dance floor.
(Above) The father of the bride enjoys a double smooch while on the reception dance floor.
(Above) In this photo, two bridesmaids ride on the backs of two groomsmen while dancing the night away.
(Above) A creative photo of the wedding rings atop a wooden crate at the wedding.
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