Wedding Inspiration - Same-sex Wedding at Tampa's Rialto Theatre

I absolutely loved photographing this same-sex styled wedding shoot in honor of Pride Month! Our real-life couple, Molly and Skye are super adorable and couldn't be more in love. The vendors that came together to create the shoot wanted to create something different from the current popular wedding trends and the copper accents were the perfect touch!

Photography: Lori Barbely Photography, Venue: Rialto Theatre, Tampa, Event Design and Planning: Stacey Price Events, Tables, chairs and linens: Kate Ryan Linens, Flowers: Bloomingdays, Hair & Makeup: Molly Gross, Cake: Sweet Miss V's, Bridal Gown: The Dressing Room St. Pete, Tableware: Treasury Rentals, Stationery: 24th Ave Designs, Acrylic Signs and arch: Chic Signs, and special thanks to our lovely couple Molly and Skye!!

Wedding Inspiration: Tropical Elegance at Paradise Cove, Orlando

Get ready for image overload! Back in March a team of Orlando wedding vendors and I got together to produce this tropical elegance inspired wedding photo shoot, which was recently featured on Orange Blossom Bride. I wanted to share more of my favorite images for anyone out there who could use a little Polynesian flair in their life (or their wedding!) Scroll, scroll, scroll to see the gorgeous pineapple and pink details and to check out the list of vendors who contributed their talents to making this shoot a success!

The Amazing Orlando Wedding Vendors that made this shoot possible: 

Photography: Lori Barbely Photography, Venue: Paradise Cove, Event Design and Floral: Diana Marie Events, Floral Hairpiece: Skeuomorpic Creative, Linens and chairs: Any Event Linen & Chair Rental, Jewelry: Styled by Markie, Makeup: Beauty by Briana, Hair: Gabriella Anthoney’s Design Artistry, Cake: Sweet Miss V's, Bridal Gown: The Dressing Room Celebration, Stationery: Blue Bonsai Printing, Tux: Any Tux 45 Bucks, and special thanks to our lovely models Whitney and Ray!

High School Senior Photos at Union Station, Washington, DC

Sometimes the weather doesn't cooperate, ruling out your first choice of locations for a shoot. And sometimes, it works out better. On a chilly and rainy Sunday, I shot these senior portraits at Washington D.C.'s Union Station and had a blast playing with the architecture! The covered area outside gave us some great natural light and the interesting arches and columns added unique elements to the images!