You could feel the love. Not only from the bride and groom, but from their close knit families as well. Sara and Justin’s wedding day held such a special meaning for everyone.
I remember the first time I spoke with Sara on the phone. During our conversation she told me about Justin’s fight against Non- Hodgkins Lymphoma. I was moved by their story. And then I had the pleasure of meeting them a few months later. As we strolled down Worth Avenue for their engagement photos, I got to know them, and realized what a special couple the two of them are. They have such sweet spirits, beautiful smiles, and are so deeply in love with one another.
Exactly ONE month from their wedding day, Sara sent me a text that Justin was officially in remission!!! I was elated over the news, and knew their wedding day had turned into even more of a celebration!
The sun was shining every minute of their special day, and South Florida had a mini cold front which made the air crisp, clean, and happy! Their families made the day so memorable. Sara and Justin have major love and support from their parents. I think my favorite parts of the day were when Sara had a first look with her dad, and Justin danced with his mom at the reception.
After the ceremony at Saint Ann Catholic Church, we drove to Palm Beach Island with Molly’s Trolleys and had the best time with Sara, Justin, and their bridal party taking photos! The reception at the Harriet Himmel Theatre in City Place was gorgeous. Sara and Justin were greeted by an awesome Mariachi Band when we pulled up on the trolley!
Sara and Justin, thank you both SO much for having me! I was so honored, and will never forget your day. It was just perfect!
Photography: Kimberly Smith Photography
Second Shooter: Blink and Co Photography
Videography: Eclipse Videography
Ceremony Venue: Saint Ann Catholic Church
Reception Venue: The Harriet Himmel Theatre
Hair + Makeup: Kelly Hair + Makeup
Florist: Giordanos Floral Creations
Cake Artist: The Cake Lady
Transport: Molly’s Trolleys
Dress Store: East Coast Bridals