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Longboat Key Club

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

Jeremy and Breanna where married at the Longboat Key club in February of this year.  The service, the water, the beach – Just stunning!

A Longboat Key Club wedding is perfect for out of town couples, you could have a gorgeous room with ocean views for you and your guests to enjoy.

The entire bridal party can get ready in the spacious room and walk out onto the pristine beach. 

Beautiful bright oranges and yellows in this wedding on the beach.

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Siesta Beach Wedding

Wednesday, January 26th, 2011

Ashley and Brian (and baby) make 3!  This adorable couple had a small gathering on the beach at the north end of Siesta beach – a cold, grey and windy day- the couple, the day, the family and the photo’s were fantastic anyway! Congratulations and Enjoy!

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Anna Maria Island Wedding

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

As a Sarasota Photographer, I travel often to different beaches and Islands around the area for gorgeous beach weddings.  Lynn and Bob were married at the Harrington House on Anna Maria Island, Florida on November 27th. This small island holds 3 beautiful cities, Anna Maria, Holmes Beach and Bradenton Beach, each perfect for a destination wedding in Florida. The island has 7 miles of fantastic white sand beaches that are just perfect for your Anna Maria Florida Wedding and is surrounded by 3 different tropical waters. Step back in time on Anna Maria Island to old Florida, as the locals have maintained an atmosphere of times gone by. To view more gorgeous photographs from Lynn and Bob’s wedding, click on their story to the right.

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Longboat Key Florida; a quiet elopement

Sunday, August 8th, 2010

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Without much of the stigma it once held, elopement marriage is rising in popularity among budget-conscious couples.  Adele and Clark decided to get married on their own terms!  The focus was on the couple and their wishes—not on the extravagant extras, which can be costly. However, in the same way a traditional bride and groom select the wardrobe, flowers, food and music that best suit them, a unique venue can make an elopement memorable. Lucky for us, the Sarasota area is so centrally located that there are several world-class elopement destinations nearby.  The city, hotels, parks and as Adele and Clark chose, the beach!  With a few surprises and an abandoned house around the corner.  See more of the photographs in the “pages” section to the right.

For Elopement and Destination Packages, I recommend working with Sand Petal Weddings:

Siesta Key Weddings

Saturday, April 10th, 2010

Siesta Key has the worlds finest and whitest sand, or so they say – whether that is true or not, Siesta Key is an amazing backdrop for your ceremony, beach party, or photographs.

Siesta Key Wedding scene

Imagine a sunset wedding on the beach, with gentle breezes off the Gulf of Mexico. Or perhaps you want a traditional wedding in a little church, but on location in a tropical paradise. Siesta Key is the perfect place, full of picturesque spots for splendid wedding photographs, with all of the assistance a bride could need close at hand. So many people enjoy their wedding on this little piece of paradise.  Whether it’s just the two of you, or 200 of your closest friends and relatives, Siesta Key has everything you need to create the wedding of your dreams.
Your ideal ceremony could mean tropical clothes and standing barefoot on Siesta Beach, judged the world’s finest, whitest sand. Or gowns and tuxedos under a flowery arch. It might include a champagne toast overlooking the bay, a festive boat ride to your wedding location/reception, or a gourmet restaurant nestled in a tropical garden.  Sunsets are my wedding photography special!