When my couples become engaged and life has it to be a little crazy, because of a pandemic. When my couple is made up of two essential healthcare workers, who work so hard in their health careers, there are no set schedules... Because these are the times we live in.
Monica and Michael had planned for a bigger wedding, and plans changed - They opted to just have a beautiful wedding - Intimate with only parents and closest family members - Still honored all the beautiful details -
Monica, my bride wore a gorgeous gown that suited the moment to perfection - My groom, Michael wore a stylish blue suit, with a paisley patterned tie [ classic ] and Cole Haan Oxfords. On Sunday, we had changes in weather, but worked out so magically for them - it really turned onto a very special day -
This was unlike any other wedding that I shot - It went straight from the ceremony, to portraits and my bride had a special request for portraits by the Oak Trees at the end of Front Street by the boat ramp...
My newlyweds chose a low key dinner-reception at the Shackelford Room located at the Beaufort Hotel. While taking advantage of the beautiful areas in the neighborhood, I captured them by the Oak Trees, and also on the Hotel Grounds by Taylor's Creek. It was a very fun day - Massive thanks to Krystal D [With Seaside Weddings and Events] for her outstanding wedding coordination skills - The Florals and Arbor designed by Crystal Coast Event Rentals. EN-Joy!