These are some images from our photoshoot for our client Nadine Curmi Borgomanero, MAD inItaly Owner. They have very exclusive lines like Gaetano Pesce and other italian masters!
Our couple presented us with the idea of going flying for their engagement photos and we just couldn't resist. We went over miami flying for the photoshoot and just as we were coming back the sunset was setting so we took a set of photographs for this couple at the private airport. There entire wedding is theme with air crafts because he is a pilot. Enjoy!
The Cruz Building, located in the heart of Miami -- grants a glamorous venue for any kind of event. It is beautifully decorated to match the area. It is an amazing place to host a wedding or a bridal photoshoot.
The Orthodox sacrament of marriage is unique in many ways, but primarily in that the ceremony has remained almost entirely unchanged since its origination centuries ago. Another notable aspect of the Orthodox marriage is that the bride and groom do not exchange vows; instead it is their presence before Christ through the priest and the congregation that signifies their wish to be joined and to accept the lord into their new home.
Common traditions of a Jewish wedding include: a ketubah (wedding/marriage contract) which require the signature of two witnesses, a wedding canopy (chuppah or huppah), a wedding ring owned by the groom that is presented to the bride under the canopy, and at the end of the ceremony the breaking of a glass.