He'd told Jaclyn that he didn’t see marriage in the near future. Yet all the while Adam had been secretly saving for her engagement ring. They traveled to Paris, a dream getaway for a couple in love, made all the more magical when he proposed.
And so their wedding at the Royal St. Cloud Golf Links was a little love note to Paris. In fact, a mini Eiffel Tower sat atop the wedding cake. Jaclyn's father proudly walked her down a brick pathway to the garden where her groom waited. They exchanged vows surrounded by sunshine and loved ones. Afterwards, the entire bridal party darted off in golf carts for portraits. We caught the last bit of light out in the fields and along bridges that had us imagining we’d arrived in Ireland.
Friends and family gathered in The Royal Crest Room for an evening of celebration. A first dance on a fog filled dance floor led to heartfelt sibling toasts, a bride/groomsman dance-off and the newlyweds being serenaded. When it was all over, Jaclyn and Adam put on their sunglasses and dashed out into the night surrounded by sparklers and the cheers of those who love them best.
Thank you Jaclyn and Adam for inviting my team and I to document all the special moments that made up your wedding day. We wish you a beautiful life together and more adventures in Paris!
Venue: Royal Crest Room at the Royal St. Cloud Golf Links
Adam was rendered speechless upon opening Jaclyn's note and wedding gift. Hint: his gift involves travel.
The Golf Links' open fields and rustic bridge made this wedding party portrait feel like it may have been captured along a European countryside.
The last moments of Golden Hour were spent with the newlyweds. A big thank you to the staff who helped us get a few more precious minutes for photos before the reception.