Naples Destination Wedding : Lauren + Drew

From the first chat over FaceTime to discuss their Naples destination wedding, I knew that Lauren & Drew were going to be a ton of fun to work with.  They are both civil engineers who have travelled and worked all over the world (including Siberia!), and have now settled-down in Houston.  Since they have family and friends all over the country, they decided that Naples, FL was as great a spot as any to host their wedding, since so many would have to fly somewhere, regardless of the location.

They were married at The Club at the Strand, a stunning venue in the North end of Naples….which is very much not at all like Siberia.  Very noticeably, is the difference in climate…hot is an understatement.  Bringing a change of shirts on the wedding day was probably one of the smartest thing I could have done.

The entire day was full of amazing food, great times, and a lot of genuine, heartfelt emotion…which is what I, as a photographer, live for.  The photos say it all, but Lauren’s first look with her dad had me a little choked-up…it was hard to stay present and capture it.

The day went flawlessly, credit in large part going to the club’s in-house wedding coordinator, Rebecca, who was a complete joy to work with.  It was a fantastic party, with a great group of friends and family…these folks know how to have a good time, and made me feel very welcome.

Congratulations, Lauren + Drew!   Thanks for taking a chance by bringing-in a Canadian to photograph your awesome day.
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  • Tim Marlatt - Christian – Heartfelt gratitude for all you gracious hard work. Your passion for your work shows in the finished product. You were a joy to meet! All the best . . .

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  • Ryan - Amazing work, Christian!ReplyCancel

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