This shoot at Bella Collina is breathtaking, lavish, and intimate, set by the little pond by the entrance of the venue.
Tag: bridal dress
If you are dreaming of Tuscany and old world romance, then look no further than this amazing team that came together for this amazing styled shoot at Bella Collina, in Montverde, Florida, a small town just a short drive from Orlando.
Under the direction and planning of Nicole Froelich from Nicole Please Weddings, the stylistic genius of MyAwina, power photography duo, Kuenzli Photography, Go Mango Videography and A Cake Story, the dream team reunites yet again to bring another unique and inspiring style shoot.
Peace. It is a word that describes something that we cannot see, nor can we touch. It is something that we feel. It doesn’t have a physical form but it can be evoked through the objects that we can physically experience.
There are days when we feel like going for the classiness of black or the whimsicality of ruffles, puffles, and blues! The team behind this wonderful styled session wanted to show all women out there that whatever the mood is, you’re beautiful!
Shia and Megan did not allow COVID to steal their date. These two exchanged their vows in an intimate ceremony in September 2020. They still wanted to keep the date the rescheduled to celebrate with their closest friends and family on the waterfront in Pasadena, MD.
The colors of Nudes & Blues exude Opulence! The room was filled with regal touches at every turn. Luxury table elements like velvet blue linen with navy blue textured napkins, gorgeous rose centerpieces, and crystal candelabras were the perfect complement to the Queen Bride.
The couple married a year ago to the day. This vow renewal was symbolic for the grooms mother who did not make the first wedding due to undergoing cancer treatments. The couple was dealing with postponing the wedding yet again after they already changed their date due to Covid 19 pandemic. However, the grooms mother told them to go on with the wedding, and promise to have a vow renewal the next year. One full year in cancer remission and the groom was able to keep his promise to his mother.