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Erin and Nick {Six Months Married!}

Are you dreaming of hot summer nights? Specifically June 24? Happy half-year anniversary, Erin and Nick!

Erin and Nick have been married for six months now! They got married in a beautiful beach ceremony right by some palm trees. Did you know Anthony’s Ocean View has real palm trees?! They had a gorgeous ceremony and then we went upstairs to an incredible reception. Their friends and their family sure do know how to dance!

I particularly love all of the ocean elements that Erin and Nick chose. The used starfish, sea dollars, Hawaiian flowers, beach chair decorations on their cake. They didn’t miss a thing!

I love shooting into the sun and sunset shots. I think these may be at the top of my list of favorites. I love the sun setting over the ocean and the boats floating behind the couple. The sky is such a gorgeous color.

Now that I’ve sufficiently put summer and the beach in your head, I’d like to with you all a very Merry Christmas!

Enjoy your first Christmas as Mr. and Mrs. Major!

Ceremony and reception:  Anthony’s Ocean View
Florist and invitations:  J Floral Designs
Hair:  Erin at Hair Studio at Four Corners
Makeup:  Bridesmaid, Kaitlin Kostek
Cake:  Luigi’s Italian Pastries
Favors:  My Wedding Store

To see Erin and Nick’s blog post on my blogsite, click HERE. To see their blog post on beachbride.com, click HERE.

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  • LeaJanuary 7, 2017 - 9:15 am

    Congratulations you guys! Beautiful video!ReplyCancel

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