These two have a classic story. Boy meets girl, boy falls in love with girl, boy asks girl to marry him, boy is shipped off to war. Originally they were married on paper before he deployed, they finally got some time to themselves and they decided to renew their vows and have a small ceremony at the Tides in Satellite Beach, right by Patrick Air Force Base.
The gentlemen you see below just turned one years old. If you’re related to this little sir, it is most certainly one of those occasions that you will want to remember. What better way to remember it than with a few photos? So we headed over to Ryckman Park to capture a few moments.
Given it was his birthday the young man wanted to do exactly whatever it is that he wished, which happened to be swing on things and eat cake. I get it, it is his birthday. King of the day and all that. The young man’s father suggested we let him do whatever he liked in order to get some smiles out of him. Worked like a charm.
Southern weddings are my new favorite thing. I can’t wait to do another. Cowboy boots, cows, and even bison running around. For a guy who lives on the beach, this was a real treat. I’ve been spending more and more time on Pinterest, I spotted a lot of the ideas coming to life in this wedding. Good times.
Weddings are especially fun with a lively group. Tracy and David, as well as their delightful friends and family were a complete joy to be around. The ceremony itself was swept up in what can only be considered a sand storm. The amazing part, this didn’t phase anyone in the wedding. I heard not one complaint or plea for better weather. A rare bunch this group. I was lucky enough to be a part of the wedding.
I’d like to thank M.A.C. Cosmetics for allowing me take photos at their venue.
– Ryan Breeden
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then here are ten thousand words about a very special wedding day.