A Bass Museum of Art Wedding ~ Sari and Michael
Sari and Michael | Married
Bass Museum Of Art Miami Beach Wedding Photography
Sari and Micheal’s Miami Beach wedding photography taken at the Bass Museum of Art could not be diminished by the rainy weather we encountered on that wonderful day! Family, friends, and a great team of vendors took the glass half full to another level in positive thinking and creating just the perfect energy for a perfect wedding experience.
Look at those eyes and her expression. She knows Michael is the perfect man for her. Looking good, Sari!
Michael swooned with a look of astonishment that comes with a private first look…
That quickly turned into laughter and joy that penetrates anything that these two share in life.
A stunning bridal bouquet by the uber talented Ines De Naftali!
I mentioned the weather earlier. Plans were changed to move the ceremony from the front of the museum to the veranda which made for an intimate, cozy wedding ceremony.
So young, so in love is written all over their faces as they focus on the Rabbis’ every word!
Every expression of love in the faces of Sari’s parents; their hands clapping in joyous celebration of what has just transpired! Don’t you love this chuppah created by Ines Naftali?
This room’s wall decor was scheduled to be painted over prior to the wedding. However, asking the right questions when negotiating with the Bass Museum led to a promise that this room would remain as is for the wedding. The next day it was painted. It made for an amazing setting!
Can you tell that the family loves the Florida Gators? Cool cake by Cloud 9 Bakery
The traditional hora under the lights and sky of a rainy Miami Beach night ~ the party was not to be denied!
What a great shot of Sari releasing Michael from his bow-tie! If you are planning on wearing one, be sure to learn well before the wedding day how to tie it!
It was stormy on the day of the wedding. It’s so important to create the right mindset and not let the weather be a factor in their hearts and minds ~ so I invited them to do a “day after” session. 4 days later the weather was just right to create classic Miami Beach wedding photography. Funny things is, this was the day I learned about UBER. We met at the museum and “UBER’d” over to the Palms Hotel where they had started on their wedding day!
We took advantage of the tropical gardens that surround the Palms Hotel and then made our way back to the Bass Museum for a set of wonderfully fun images in front of some whimsical art in the park!
None of us wanted the day to end. We took advantage of every opportunity and even hit the beach!
Sari and Michael~ Thank you for exposing me to the art of love that so permeates everything that you do!
Great weddings don’t just happen. Months of meetings, meticulous planning ~ every detail thought out in preparation of a once in a lifetime event. Sari and Michael chose an amazing team of wedding experts that, with passion and devotion, brought this wedding to life!
Venue: Bass Museum of Art | Wedding Coordinator: Flora Fox | Event Atelier Group | Rabbi Judith Kempler of Temple Beth Am | Catering: Bill Hansen Catering | Wedding Cake: Cloud 9 Bakery | Hair and Make up: OMG Artistry | Music: Bitton Events | Floral and Event Design: Ines Naftali Floral and Event Design
I’m so thrilled that I was a part of their wedding experience. Now, are you planning a wedding?
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