Thursday, February 10, 2011

Todd Curry and Erin McGonagle 12.03.10

It's always beautiful at the Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club! This day featured another beautiful Southwest Florida sunset to view. We got to work with another well known photographer from our area, Cher Hanna and her husband - who have built a great reputation in southwest Florida.

Erin & Todd were married on the beach lawn. They read the vows that each of them wrote, and the words expressed were truly heartfelt, as there were many glistening eyes among the guests.

Afterwards, guests were treated to cocktails and hors d'oeuvres out on the lawn allowing all to enjoy the gorgeous sunset.

The reception was held in the Everglades Room, which is off the lobby of the hotel and features a panoramic view of the Gulf Of Mexico. After the introductions, Erin and Todd shared their first dance together - called "Arms of a Woman." It is sung by one of their favorite artists, Amos Lee - who is an up and coming artist, yet well known amongst those that enjoy listening to the blues.

Toasts,and dinner followed. After dinner, Erin danced with her dad to "My Little Girl" Tim McGraw. Todd and his mom danced to "Baptism" by Kenny Chesney & Randy Travis.

When the dancing started, the dance floor stayed packed! We got to play a wide variety of music that all enjoyed, as they danced the night away! Congratulations to Erin & Todd!

Isaac & Abby 11.27.10

Abby & Isaac were married on the golf course at Olde Cypress Country Club. It was a beautiful day for an outdoor ceremony. Cocktail hour was held on the lanai and piano room upstairs, then the guest moved inside the main room.

The introductions included the grandparents along with the bridal party. It was a large, fun group. Isaac & Abby chose the intro song to be "This Will Be An Everlasting Love" by Natalie Cole for all the bridal attendants. For the two of them it was "Bring Em Out" T.I.

Their First dance was "At Last" by Etta James, and the dance was wonderfully choreographed! Dinner was a buffet for the guests. The cake was cut after dinner, and then everyone enjoyed dancing. The floor was packed, it was hard to get around! The bouquet and garter toss was done later in the evening.

It was especially nice to be part of two teachers wedding day!