Spence’s best man takes all of the credit for their meeting. Classes had been cancelled due to a hurricane. (You know, Florida has Hurricane Days, not Snow Days) So Spence made the trip from UCF in Orlando to UF in Gainesville to visit his best friend and attend a Hurricane Party. He had no idea that this party would change his life. He met Kimberly there, and there was an instant attraction. They’ve been together ever since, and I was fortunate enough to photograph another chapter in their love story.
Kimberly and Spence are the kind of couple you just love to photograph. They both have sweet, kind personalities. I was sold on them from our first meeting, and I was looking forward to their wedding for a long time. I loved being able to document the love and happiness that flowed freely on this day. They were married at their home church in Titusville, and their reception was in Cocoa aboard the Indian River Queen. The boat was absolutely gorgeous, and made for a unique reception experience.
Kimberly and Spence, you two are an absolute joy to be around. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your wedding day.
Her “something borrowed”. A family heirloom.
The gorgeous bride.
Kimberly’s flowers were amazing. She was a brave bride, and became her florist’s 1st ever wedding! The risk paid off, because the flowers were fantastic. Kimberly was thrilled with them. The florist doesn’t have a website yet, but you can email me if you want her info.
The ladies and the gentlemen.
Kimberly & Spence put an offer in on a house, and found out it had been accepted the night before the wedding! Kimberly was signing the papers just minutes before the ceremony in her dress :)
The bridal party looked so bright & cheery in their spring colors.
I love the bright greens that spring brings. Best time of the year.
They were announced as they walked the dock towards the boat. It was such a fun entrance.
Kimberly is not only one of the most beautiful brides, but she’s also one of the sweetest I’ve met. Her bubbly personality is infectious, and she’s just the kind of girl you would love to have as a friend. Spence is subtly witty and hilarious. I really enjoyed these two!
My favorite. Hands down.
Boys being boys on the top deck of the boat.
And the grand exit!