The Couple: Kristen and George
The Wedding: 2.9.13 – Seaside, Florida
The Photographer: Vue Photography
Junebug: What three words best describe your wedding?
Kristen and George: Vows, vino, and votives
Junebug: Looking back, what are the moments, decisions or memories that you love the most about your Seaside Florida wedding?
Kristen and George: The seated dinner was a great way to slow the night down a little. I remember looking around thinking – “This is great! I have all the people I love in one room being semi tame, drinking great wine, eating delicious food, and catching up with old friends.”
I also was adamant on having a birthday cake for my grandfather. He was surprised and delighted and it really shows in the precious pictures Genya shot. Another sweet moment was watching my sweet niece out of the corner of my eye dance in front of George and me while we said our vows. Once again, Genya caught this moment perfectly.
Junebug: What specifically drew you to Genya of VUE Photography and her imagery?
Kristen and George: Genya captured the exact moments and details perfectly. I tried to soak every minute in, but I am so lucky that Genya is quick and talented because looking at at the pictures reminded me of how fantastic everything turned out. Not only was she fun and adorable, I trusted her and did not think twice about using another photographer.
Kristen and George, our best wishes in your new life together! Thank you to Vue Photography for capturing the day so beautifully. To see more, visit Vue Photography’s website and Junebug member brochure.
The Wedding Team:
Photographer: Vue Photography
Event Planner: Jennifer and Arden of Its A Shore Thing
Ceremony Venue: Seaside Chapel, Seaside, FL
Reception Venue: Lyceum Lawn, Seaside, FL
Videographer/Film Maker: Neely Catignani
Catering & Rentals: Townsend Catering
Florist: Nouveau Flowers
Cake: Confections on the Coast
Wedding Dress: Carolina Herrera
Bridesmaids apparel: Dress – Elie Tahari
Hair: Jonathan Doria at Pure and Couture
Favors: Andres Chocolates
Rings: Brides – Antique 1910s, Grooms – Loring & Co.