We had the opportunity to photograph Yara North America’s awards dinner at the 1930 Grande Room. It was a great evening to acknowledge their employees accomplishments. In addition to the event coverage we also provided head shots for the attendees. The Production Crew provided the lighting and audio/visual elements and Grant Hemond provided the music. Yara was founded in 1905 to solve emerging famine in Europe and established itself in North America in 1946 as a leading crop nutrition provider specializing in nitrogen fertilizers and industrial products. This was a great event – congratulations to all the accomplishments.




Emily and Cody have a sweet love story.  They met each other in kindergarten!  Jason joined them on their wedding day at the Lake Mary Events Center.  The vendor team also included Magic Occasions CateringSoundwave Entertainment and a wedding cake from Publix.  The photo booth was from us through JA the Booth and everyone had fun with it.

The wedding colors were navy blue and gray, and there were hints of purple in the bouquets and the uplighting.  Guests gave the bride and groom advice on Jenga game pieces which the couple can enjoy through they years whenever they play the game.  Emily and Cody played the shoe game at their reception, but instead of shoes they held up a painted letter for each of their names.  I wish we would have thought of that for my sister’s wedding!  That is such a great idea!

Emily and Cody got engaged on a mountain so I hope they were able to spend some time in the beautiful mountains of Germany during their honeymoon there!  Thanks so much to Emily and Cody for having us as part of your wedding day!


Tammy and Jay’s wedding at the Embassy Suites Brandon was a great time!  Their vendor team included Fiesta Solutions for rentals, a DJ from Grant Hemond, and a cake made by Moreno Bakery.  The couple had an amazingly awesome photo booth from us through www.JAtheBooth.com too!

The wedding colors were royal blue and silver with some “bling” worked in to give the day a sparkle.  The reception tables had votive candles with rhinestones around the top of the holders.  The tall 4-tiered wedding cake had rhinestones around each layer.  Tammy also sparkled in her gown from Alfred Angelo which had a rhinestone bridal belt over the lace.

Seeing how happy and in love Tammy and Jay are made the day incredible.  They were excited to be able to celebrate the start of their lives as husband and wife with their family and friends.  Thanks to newlyweds for letting us be part of that celebration as well!


Though Aubrey said she did not particularly love the process of wedding planning (in her own words, “It sucks.”) her wedding day came together beautifully!  She had the help of Natalia and Jen from Days Remembered by ND who were the wedding planners.  Aubrey promised a party and she did not disappoint!

The ceremony at Keystone United Methodist Church was especially meaningful because Aubrey’s grandfather helped to build the church.  They have a lot of family history there and it meant a lot to the couple to add to the family events that have taken place at that church.  They rode to the church in a limo from Compass Limo and Bilbo (the couple’s dog – how awesome is his name?!) was able to attend as well!

The reception was held at Crowne Plaza Tampa WestshoreDay•Cor Events was the decorator and the DJ was from Two Ray Entertainment.  Guests had a blast at the photo booth that we also provided through JA the Booth!  It was a big hit all night!

Thanks Aubrey and Lee for having us as part of your wedding team.  Hope you are now enjoying lots of time playing soccer, hanging at the dog park, and most importantly catching up on sleep!