Intimate, carefree, and sunkissed. Those are the three words that Stacie and Christopher describe the feeling that they wanted to have for their special day. The setting was a very intimate one at the Lighthouse Court Hotel which is adjacent to the Ernest Hemingway Home, in Key West, Florida. To me being a Florida Keys Wedding Photographer gives me the chance to shoot wedding photography at all of the Historic Places in Key West, Florida. The Lighthouse Court Hotel weddings give me a great triangle of shots. Key West Wedding Photography is all about grabbing the area, the couple, and then mixing them into it. What you get is beautiful wedding photography that the couple will cherish till the end. Enough from me. Here is an excerpt from the bride:
"Stacie and Chris knew of each other while they dominated their degrees at JMU back in the early 2000's. They each went their own way until one day...in 2010...they ended up eating dinner at the same table in Bandito's. Chris was upset Stacie never told him she moved to Richmond. Stacie was indifferent that Chris had been living in Richmond. But then he wore her down with his jokes and general disposition. Stacie showed him how to be the most romantic person in the world. Chris showed Stacie how to not get too worked up about bugs while walking trails along the river. The rest is history...and history has a long way to go."
Venue: Lighthouse Court Hotel
Officiant: Mary Simmons of Historic Inns Key West
Photography: Mike Freas of Foto By Freas Photography