One of the perks about living in Orlando is having the ability to whisk away to another country without even needing to board a plane. Between all of the countries showcased at Epcot and the hotels built to emulate places like the African Outback and the South Pacific, it’s quite easy to experience many the cultures of the world right in your backyard. Loews Portofino Bay Hotel is one of my favorite hotels in Orlando. It was inspired by the classic charm of the village of Portofino on the Italian Riviera of Italy. With all of the amazing Renaissance-inspired archways and statues, photographing Anne and Scott’s wedding here was truly a delight! This wedding was all about the details. Lisa Stoner of E-Events and her team of amazing vendors, transformed Anne and Scott’s day into a stunningly romantic and luxurious experience. Their ceremony took place at the Citrus Piazza under the night sky. Afterwards, guests were greeted with favors and unique escort cards from the talented 2U Collection, and were led into the candlelit reception. The floral design was nothing short of magical. Botanica and their team perfected the look and feel of Anne and Scott. It truly was a night to remember and I am happy and blessed to have been a part of such a spectacular day. xoxo – Abby
A special thank you to all of the outstanding vendors who made their wedding a huge success!
LOCATION: Loew’s Portofino Bay Hotel
STATIONERY: The 2U Collection
PHOTOGRAPHY: Liga Photography
VIDEOGRAPHY: Imprint Cinema
CAKE: The Sugar Suite
ENTERTAINMENT: The Buzz Cats
OFFICIANT: Kevin Knox of A Beautiful Ceremony
A perfect start to the day.
My start of what will be a long day of stunning detail shots…my favorite.
She couldn’t hold back her excitement.
Love me a good wall and unique door. They were all over the place here.
The Wedding Party.
Love these portraits of Scott…always smiling.
The sky was a gorgeous hue of purple as it set. Perfect for their official portraits together.
Love the white on white.
And some fun candids of the bridesmaids and groomsmen.
And Kate captured this sweet girl, so precious!
A little behind-the-scenes of Anne and Scott.
And then we got this one…
A little fun with the acrylic table numbers, I couldn’t resist.