Lauren and Kenneth are so cute and romantic, and so was their wedding. It was beautiful, extravagant and fun, but still felt so intimate and personal.
I love to hear people’s stories— who they are, how they met, how they got engaged. These are the first questions that I ask people when we start to talk about their wedding day, because I want to really know who they are, and to strive to bring these things through in their images.
Here is the story of how Kenneth ask Lauren to marry him, “We were in the Grand Cayman Islands for my uncle’s wedding. The proposal was the day after the wedding. The whole family was getting ready for dinner, and I asked Lauren to come with me to watch the sunset. Little did she know that there were flower petals in a heart shape on the beach and a photographer ready to capture the event. We walked down to the beach, and noticed the flowers. At that time I turned to her and told her how much I loved her and wanted her to be in my life forever. I knelt down on one knee and asked her. The whole family was watching from the resort balcony and irrupted in cheer. We lit a Chinese wish lantern and watched it fly into the distance after making a wish.”
For me, last weekend’s wedding was a pleasure to photograph—not only because Lauren and Kenneth are so in love and so sweet together, but also because over the years, I have gotten to know their family well. Their wedding was the third family wedding I have been lucky enough to photograph, and this family knows how to have a good time!
Thank you to the great team of people who made Lauren & Kenneth’s big day come together so beautifully!
Second Photographer: Amanda Nagy | Wedding Planner: Kelley Maybo of Blue Bottle Events | Flowers: Tara Bella Flowers |Hair: Mane Muse | Makeup: Britt Davis | Videography: Blue Chip Media | Catering: Kellee Haven/KB Burrito | DJ: Nathan Hudson | Rentals: That’s Entertainment | Invitations: Queen Bee | Photo Booth: One Fun Photo Bus | Cake: The Konditorei