I’m way excited about posting images from Callie + Chris’ Wedding Day. This was such an awesome day with a great team of people helping to make it wonderful. Callie and Chris had originally got in touch with me through their friends Nicole + Ryan whose Wedding I photographed at the very beginning of my photography journey. The mere mention of Nicole + Ryan and I just knew Callie + Chris were going to be amazing to work with and that their wedding was going to be really fun to photograph. Callie made an absolutely stunning Bride and was so relaxed throughout the day. Chris and groomsmen looked pretty dapper as well. Callie and her girls got ready at the swanky Grand Bohemian in Downtown which was great as they were far away from the boys and it gave us time to fit in some pre-ceremony images around the hotel before they headed to the church. Callie and Chris exchanged vows at the beautiful First Presbyterian Church of Orlando and as previously mentioned in the last blog, I LOVE it here if your reception is at The Rosalind Club because of the walkable distance between the two venues. When I’m given time to make your “officially married” pictures dynamic and gorgeous it makes me dance inside. 🙂 I love that Callie and Chris went with Sweet! Cupcakes instead of wedding cake at their reception. Sweet! always reminds me of my college days taking random trips from Full Sail all the way over to Waterford Lakes just for a cupcake and I’m not even a dessert person at all but I’ve always loved Sweet! 🙂 Callie and Chris also used Macaroni Grill bottles of wine at their reception which I loved too. Something tells me that that must have been where they had their first date but I must ask Callie to see if I guessed that one right. 😉 If so, what a great way to showcase small details of your relationship into your Wedding Day! Their day was so beautiful. I enjoyed every moment of documenting Callie and Chris’ day. They were a dream to work with.
To see more from Callie and Chris’ Downtown Orlando Wedding Day, feel free to CLICK HERE for a slideshow, or simply view it here: