I must share I love this concept of photography. "Trash the dress" Basically after your wedding if you want to have a little fun with your dress, these are the photos for you. The point to these pictures is to get your dress dirty and messy. Regardless, your going to take it to the dry cleaners why not have fun with it... There are many ways of trashing your dress you would just need to be very creative. These are a few snap shots from my camera I can ONLY imagine what my photographer did with his camera. This is my best friend and I trashing our dress. Stay tune for the professional pictures.
Showing posts from April, 2009
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Jessalyn & Chris tie the knot this past Sunday at Rusty Pelican. The beautiful bride to be awaiting to make her grand entrance. The ceremony went without a hitch, Although it was very hot last Sunday; Jessy and Chris could not have asked for a more beautiful day to exchange vows. The Ceremony was done by the wonderful Gio with Feel the Flowers and AB Cover Designers. The beach theme went well with the venue. The place card table was filled with shells and candle lighting. What a talented bride Jessy was she did her own centerpieces. The happy couple and I . Thanks for letting me be a part of your special day. Aren't my photography skills kicking in? I might just turn this into a living. The bride and groom shared a beautiful song from Gloria Estefan as their first dance. What better song than Butterfly kisses for the bride to share with her father. Thanks Jessy and Chris you guys were great to work with. Enjoy Costa Rica. To view more photos from this
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Denise Gonzalez- Abreu celebrated her Quinces at Hilton Miami Airport last Saturday. This event carried tons of details which Denise's mother worked very hard on. What's an event without our famous touches on the Candy Station. The guest seating arrangements were luggage tags of places Denise has visited . Denise loves Horses, all the pictures on the table for the guest to take were photos of her on her favorite horse. Her big picture was kept as a surprise from all her family members and was not reviled till moments before the door opening. The entrance of the ballroom was decorated with cylinder vases and green orchids and on the top floating candles. The tables decor spoke for itself. From sparkling crystals to personal cupcakes for each guest. The moment came and Denise made her Grand Entrance in the ballroom. She shared a beautiful dance with her father. The party than began; special Thanks to Denise and her family for giving us the opportunity to mak