Couples who are so in love and so willing to adventure together are my favorite, and Rebecca and Andrew easily fell into that category. Rebecca and Andrew are newly engaged and absolutely smitten with each other. Our time took us to Fort Pickens and to the surrounding beach front. This Fort Pickens engagement session is such a sweet representation of them as a couple!
I spent the sunset celebrating this mama-to-be and her growing belly. Colleen’s free-spirit and the beach air made for the most gorgeous of maternity sessions!
I can’t wait to meet Baby Brown.
(…and how cute is their announcement by Momentus Films?! See it below!)
It is no secret that it rains here in Florida. Often. Truthfully, I have a soft spot for overcast and slightly rainy wedding days. While maybe they aren’t ideal for everything, they make most things feel a bit more intimate and lend a bit to the story of the day. Hillary and Stuart’s Perdido Key Beach wedding was no exception. It was overcast and breezy but it was beautiful when it was necessary…and then it rained when it was time to let loose. Their beach side wedding reflected their jewish and family traditions while also reflecting Hillary and Stuart’s light and fun personalities. The tented
party reception was a true celebration of the new couple! These two are surrounded by love and encouragement, and if the celebration is any indication of life for the new Mr. + Mrs., I have no doubt the days and years ahead will be full of adventure and excitement. Congratulations, Hillary + Stuart!
MADE MORE AWESOME WITH THE HELP OF THESE PROFESSIONALS- photography: Jessi and Jessica at Jessi Field Photography | venue: Seafarer Condo, Perdido Key, FL | wedding planner and designer: Supposey. Co | florals and setup: Nick at Supposey Florals | hair + makeup: Madeline Hulsey | ceremony music: Allison with SALC | band: Blackberry Breeze| cake: Publix | rentals: Supposey | caterer: Nancy’s Haute Affairs Catering | rabbi: Rabbi Joel
Mia and Cole had an intimate wedding celebration at Mia’s Grandparents house in Pensacola, Florida. This day was special, and not just because they were married, but because all the pieces fell together almost effortlessly. There is something about this house, my Grandparent’s home, that makes every stress and worry fade away. My husband and I were also married in this home, and that day, our day, inspired Mia and Cole to have their own wedding in the same location. There is a lot to be said for the power of love and family and what that will do to help someone along when the days and deadlines seem tiresome and daunting. In just 40 days, which is 36 or so more than what my husband and I gave my family, Mia and Cole pulled together the sweetest little wedding celebration with the help of their friends and loved ones.
I am a firm believer that timing is everything. Sometimes it doesn’t make any sense at all until it makes perfect sense…perspective is a beautiful thing. For a long while, the timing in Mia and Cole’s relationship or potential for a relationship was all wrong. Moves, relationships, life things, but in the end they found their way back to each other. This is testament that what is meant to be will eventually be in it’s own time.
There were few dry eyes that day. Every bit of everything meant something to Mia and Cole. Their words, the details, the people, the past, the old, borrowed, blue, and location made this intimate wedding absolute perfection for Mia and Cole.
“I choose you.”
MADE MORE AWESOME WITH THE HELP OF THESE PROFESSIONALS- photography: Jessi Field Photography | venue: Private Residence, Pensacola, FL | silk florals and setup: Bride + co. | pearls: Mikimoto | makeup: Eliza George MUA | cake: Rising to the Occasion | officiant: Greg
Another rainy wedding day turned beautiful. Call it luck or whatever you’d like, but I call it meant to be.
Without a doubt, this wedding was a beautiful reflection of Chloe and Shauncey. It wasn’t just a wedding, or just details, it was an extension of their character and their relationship (and not just with each other but with their friends and family too). Being that Chloe and Shauncey were the bride and groom, I knew that this wedding wasn’t going to be traditional by any standard. Chloe is a hair stylist and Shauncey is a tattoo artist, both are incredibly talented and creative. Finding out that they decided to enlist the help of Chloe and Nick at Supposey.Co made my heart go pitter-patter. I was not disappointed! Supposey brought to life a Southern Gothic inspired wedding and made it feel equal parts badass and romantic and still showcased the vision and creativity that Shauncey and Chloe brought to the table.
There was so much love at this wedding. I love when couples are so excited about being married. The entire day was filled with excitement, anticipation, and really sweet, SWEET moments. It was beautiful.
The entire day was. You can see more from this wedding featured in Rock ‘n Roll Bride Magazine!
Here is a little peek of the Fury wedding!
MADE MORE AWESOME WITH THE HELP OF THESE PROFESSIONALS- photography: Jessi + Jessica at Jessi Field Photography | videography: Pierce Visuals | venue: Blue Angel Recreational Park, Pensacola, FL | wedding planner and designer: Supposey.co | florals and setup: Supposey Florals | hair: Michelle Beam at Hair-do | makeup: Sarah Peake MUA | groom’s hair/grooming: Justin Redding at White’s Barber Shop | cake: Emerald Coast Custom Cakes | rentals: Supposey.co | caterer: Culinary Productions | officiant: Gabe | dj: Jordan Richards | photobooth: Ahhh Snap It’s A Photobooth | wedding bands: L.C.K | cocktails: Blake Jones
Check out a sneak peek from Pierce Visuals below!