(Above) A very nice wedding favour, “an elegant folding compass”. These great wedding gifts were prepared for Ernie and Sasha’s wedding guests. Silly me, I forgot to grab one for my self.
(Above) In a nearby hallway, just outside the bride’s dressing room, Sasha was posing like a fashion model. The look of this image is really typical of trends in modeling magazines – way to go Sasha, you look stunning!!! She is indeed a very pretty bride and her wedding dress looked fantastic!
(Above) Sasha readies herself for her walk down the isle. Little did the groom know at this moment just how beautiful his bride was looking. A picture of a bride preparing herself as she looks in the mirror is a classic candid for me as a wedding photographer.
(Above) Sasha’s father walks with her as they approach the altar and the awaiting groom. The black and white look of this image adds to the impact of the moment. As a wedding photographer, I find that black and white although it removes color it introduces a dimension classic nostalgia.
(Above) Ernie and Sasha’s first kiss as “husband” and “wife”. The wedding altar kiss is the focal point of every wedding event. It signifies, to me, the beginning of life with a life-long partner.
(Above) Ernie and Sasha’s wedding ceremony at The Filed Club. Among the many wedding guests were friends and family who “cheered on” the bride and groom.
(Above) A sunset portrait of Ernie and Sasha by a pier at The Field Club in Sarasota. You might say they were veiled in love. I find that an outdoor wedding portrait at sunset is a wonderful opportunity to create a iconic photo for my wedding clients.
(Above) Ernie gives his beautiful wife and gentle kiss on the shoulders. The black and white look in this photo adds to the drama of the moment. This sort of photo does require a little bit of posing, but it is mostly about creating a romantic mood.
(Above) I remember seeing, and hearing, lots of laughs during the removal of the garter belt.
(Above) A special “Red Sports Car” wedding cake was prepared for the groom which resembled a former red sports car he owned in earlier years. Nice touch!!!
(Above) Another wedding portrait captured in the main hall of The Filed Club. I enjoyed placing the bride and groom in this particular location due to the warm environment created by the surrounding incandescent lamps.
(Above) A picture of the wedding rings. Believe it or not, I shot this photo on the arm of an antique sofa. I specially like the blur behind and in from of the rings because it places greater emphasis on the rings themselves.
by Angel Navarro Photography
Florida Wedding Photographer
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