When Adria called me saying she wanted to shoot around brickell key and brickell, I cheered, not only because Brickell is amazing, but because we were shooting on Brickell with a meaning, they both live there, and it’s where they want to eternize this wonderful moment together.
Not to mention how sweet and kind they are, our session was a breeze, the weather was perfect and I couldn’t ask for a better engagement session.
I got my private pilot license a while ago, Daniel was my instructor, I was still single, after I got my license, I got to live in Dallas, Boston, came back to Miami, got married, went to Atlanta, then got back, facebook didn’t existed and we had zero contact, one day I was at the Lincoln road mall, and guess who’s there, Daniel and this beautiful woman, I approached him, we talked and he introduced Brenda, that was probably 2009, it had been more than 10 years that I didn’t see him, a month later, at the falls, who’s there? Daniel again… I couldn’t believe, I thought it was a sign for me to get back flying again (since I stopped after my kids were born) – Very well, we connected of Facebook and kept contact via facebook, I attempted to get back flying and asked him for his help, but I was too busy and let it go. One day out of nothing, I noticed he posted that they got engaged, I asked him if he needed a photographer, we met at Starbucks and gelled once again Now I know why these coincidences happened, I had to shoot their wedding well, maybe get back airborne as well
Their wedding day was perfect, everything very beautiful, the weather couldn’t be better, and the timing too… I hope you enjoy these photos
Love, respect, kindness and any other word you can think of within this category will fit what I was able to capture from Anna and Juan’s wedding, It was a different feeling when the party ended and I went home, happy to rest, but at the same time I wanted to be there. I’m happy I was able to capture all those emotions in pictures, I also would like to mention that Anna’s bouquet has the same design of her mother’s bouquet, and the most emotional moment, was the grandfather and bride dance, where Anna’s mother recorded with a cell phone her grand father playing the piano, and they played that recording at their dance.
Photography: Marcio Cavalcanti Photography
Cinematography: Captivated Films
Church: St. Hugh Catholic Church
Venue: The Cocoplum
Planner: Rosie Hayden
Floral Design: Marta Villar
DJ + Lighting: JP Music Productions
Breathtaking, this is the only word that I found to be closest to what Elizabeth and Miguel’s wedding was. It started at the Biltmore Hotel with the guys, and Miguel’s family, then to the beautiful Golf Suite to capture Elizabeth and her bridesmaid
Ceremony took place in the beautiful Saint Francis de Sales church in South Beach, followed by “the reception” in the Cocoplum women’s club, which was a blast, the decoration, flowers and lighting created an awesome atmosphere, and the band Tartara and their DJ took care of people’s fun, for me, this was a 13 hour wedding that didn’t last more than 2 hours
Photography: Marcio Cavalcanti Photography
Make up: Josie Miller
Getting Ready: Biltmore Hotel
Ceremony: Saint Francis de Sales
Reception: The Cocoplum Women’s Club
I had the privilege to shoot Nardin and Sebri’s wedding, they’re egyptian and this unforgettable night was like a trip to Cairo – a full Coptic orthodox ceremony, completed with a beautiful reception at the Westin Colonnade in coral gables, live egyptian band, belly dancer, 90% of the people speaking in a language that I couldn’t understand a word and a lot of fun, not to mention that Isaac, the tropical storm, was starting to pass by, fortunately it didn’t interfere in this wonderful night. I hope you enjoy this amazing story
We had the most amusing engagement session of the summer, it started in a ranch, then we rode golf carts with monster truck wheels to remote places I never thought I could get there, surprisingly no mosquitos bites at all then we met at Cafe 27 with a huge crew to do the bike shots, Bernie builds them, and this particular bike he custom built to the Miami Ink’s owner. We couldn’t end the day better, eating the best gator bites I have ever tasted, it was simply delicious – After this amazing experience, I couldn’t wait longer to post these photos.
I went to Naples to shoot Natalia and Drew’s engagement session, I had a lot of fun, got to cross the everglades and get inspired by the whole swampy scenery with lots of wild life… I knew this whole trip would pay off with awesome images. Drew and Natalia are very kind, we drove together to the locations, it was so nice to spend this time together with them between the shoots, the more we knew each other, the more comfortable we became, resulting amazing images.
What can you expect from a couple that get married on St. Patricks day? Answer: LOVE + A LOT OF FUN! – Well, It was hard to remember a wedding that had such fun as Carlos and Mairelys… well, it starts with their heritage, cubans and I’ll tell you what, they do know how to party, it went all night long, and the rhythm didn’t slowed down.
Venues: Sonesta Hotel, St. Hugh, Coco Plum Women Club
Cinematographer: Evolving Media Services, Inc.
Photographer: Marcio Cavalcanti Photography
DJ: J.P. Music Productions
Makeup & Hair: Art of Hair by Claudia
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Last saturday was awesome, Franck and Joanna arrived one week prior to their wedding from Paris, where they’re from. Franck is french, and brought his family from france, Joanna is from Colombia, but living in france for a while, and they decided to get married in Miami, it would be a lot easier for Joanna’s family to come. I was completely lost, my french is limited to: Bon Soir and Merci Beaucoup, It was a challenge with the formals to do group shots with people that you cannot understand, but the love language was above any language and everything was perfect. Franck and Joanna did a great job and when you mix all these good things, you get wonderful shots.