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Albany Nassau Bahamas Weddings | The Mezz Downtown Orlando | Destination Wedding Photography

What a week! On Feb 20th while Orlando was experiencing its few days of winter Nicole & I jumped on a plane headed to the bahamas for the very intimate ceremony of Meredith & Mark.  This wedding was very special since it was brought to us by the bride’s sister, Kristen of  Phoenix Events.  We were honored to be trusted to join her family down at Albany resort to capture this special day.  Our day started at the Spa & Salon on the very exclusive Albany Resort.  From there we headed to the breathtaking private villa where Meredith and Mark would be calling home for the night to capture Mom assisting her into the dress.   From there we caught up with the Groom and his father getting dressed at the Custom Private home that the entire family was staying at for the weekend.  Nicole & I loved everything about this house and said if we had 10-15 million laying around we should buy it!  After the intimate beach side ceremony on this exclusive beach we headed to dinner  at Aviva which was unbelievable.

The following weekend we were at the Mezz for their reception for all of their local friends and family.  Arthur’s catered so as always the food and service was excellent. Lee Forrest Designs provided the floral.  Steve of Power Entertainment kept that party going all evening.  When people needed to take a break from all of the dancing they stopped over at the photo booth to have Flipbook Creations print them out a custom flipbook.

 

 

 

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  • A Chair Affair - Wonderful shots on the beach!ReplyCancel

  • Bahamas Destination Wedding - Congrats Meredith & Mark, and thanks for choosing to have your wedding in the Bahamas.ReplyCancel

  • A Chair Affair, Inc. - The reception venue looks absolutely beautiful! Great photos!ReplyCancel

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