Thursday, January 28, 2010

Destination Wedding Photojournalist, Clearwater, Florida - Part one staring Kim and Andrew





Kim and Andrew always have had the biggest smiles on their faces from the moment I met them at our e-session in November. I couldn't wait to shoot their wedding and it came quick. They are currently living in Rhode Island and planned it all from afar, but Kim used to live in Clearwater. They did a great job!



A crossword about Kim and Andrew



I tell all of my clients that my packages are unlimited. This means that I will be there from the moment they wake up, until they leave the wedding. If your bridesmaids make you breakfast, I want to be there. The muffins were delicious!







The Spa at Salon West in Largo Florida was so light and airy. I loved the atmosphere and all of the mirrors!



Sometimes when you are planning a wedding you forget the little things, like a gift for your soon to be husband. We ran into the local CVS to find something for him. Some of these cards could bring tears to your eyes or laughter to your face.








Chocolate chips were left over from baking the night before. They seemed like a cool opportunity for the rings.





This dress was actually Kim's matron of honor's. It's from David's Bridal and all I have to say is that I totally understand why she would want to wear it again. It's gorgeous.



It takes a team to get this on!



Jewelery on.







A first look is always fun and great for a couple that wants more portraits from the day.



Getting ready for the portraits.



We started out with portraits at the botanical gardens of the Gulf Coast Museum of Art at the Pinewood Cultural Park, in Largo.







and more portraits....









With a wedding in her near future, Kim still seemed to be pretty steady with the putter.


Matching socks are always fun!


This is such a great necklace.


The blue door on the church just jumped out at me.




Did I mention the necklace!



This church had some great light.

Taking a moment before the wedding.

A gorgeous bouquet from Rose Riot






The little things...































Our driver for the day getting ready to keep the bride and groom dry as they leave the church.





Did I mention what a gorgeous dress this was?







Congratulations you two! Now it's onto the party! Check back on http://pilsterphotography.blogspot.com for the second half soon.

Recap from Part 1 of Wedding Professionals that helped to make this wedding different!
Photography by Pilster Photography and my awesome assistant Ryan Morris
Transportation - Embassy Limousine
Florist - Rose Riot
Wedding Dress from David's Bridal
Hair and Makeup - The Spa at Salon West in Largo Florida
Ceremony at Christ the King Church in Seminole, Florida by Pastor Peter Lapointe
Hotel for the bridal party Holiday Inn Harbourside at Indian Rocks Beach, Florida

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