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Just a quick preview of Stephanie and Kyle’s wedding at Laplaya Beach and Golf Resort in Naples, Florida. This destination wedding couple had a cloudy day – but sometimes cloudy evenings on the beach make for great sunset wedding photography! We’re looking forward to posting more images from this Naples Florida wedding in our portfolio soon!
Below is a wedding album we designed for this couple’s Florida destination wedding.
The Hyatt Regency Coconut Point is a popular hotel near Naples for Florida destination weddings. It’s proximity to Naples, Sarasota, and Miami, Florida make it a welcomed travel destination for wedding guests. The Hyatt Regency Coconut point is one of Florida’s luxury hotels for destination weddings in Florida. What makes the hotel unique is it’s beautiful grounds and pools. A private beach is just a short boat ride away, perfect for sunset Florida weddings. The couple above decided on something commonly called a first look. It’s where the bride and groom see each other before their ceremony on their wedding day. It allows the couple to have a private moment alone before the ceremony, and provides the photographer with even more time for creative wedding photography.
Joe Capasso is a Naples Florida wedding photographer. Capasso photographs Florida destination weddings in all major Florida cities including Sarasota, Tampa, and Miami. Joe Capasso is available to photograph weddings worldwide.
Danielle and Andrew had their Fort Myers wedding at St. John XXIII Catholic Church. They later held a reception at the Sanibel Harbour Marriott, which is in Fort Myers, just outside of Sanibel. The couple has known each other for several years. Danielle met Andrew for the first time when he noticed her working in a retail clothing store, where he slipped her his number. They went out a few times, but lost touch with one another until Andrew turned on his TV one day and noticed Danielle working as a television news reporter. Andrew decided to give Danielle a call to see how she was doing, and the rest is history.
Liz and James are having a Florida destination wedding in Sarasota at the Ringling Museum next year! The couple flew in from the Chicago area to check out this awesome wedding venue and have their engagement portraits taken! We’re looking forward to their Sarasota wedding next year! It’s one of the best and most affordable wedding venues in Raleigh, NC where you can make some wonderful memories.
Joe Capasso is a Florida destination wedding photographer based in Naples, Florida. Capasso photographs weddings in Sarasota including the Ringling Museum, Ca d’zan Mansion, the Ritz Carlton Sarasota, Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, the Hyatt Regency Sarasota, the Lowes Don CeSar Hotel, and more! Travel available worldwide. If you’re having a Florida wedding, be sure to send an e-mail or call to inquire about availability. Popular wedding dates book 1-2 years in advance.
When you are hiring a wedding photographer, don’t hire someone whom you don’t really like on a personal basis! Their photos might be great, but remember that your photographer is going to be a very substantial participant in your wedding day, not only capturing your memories, but becoming a big part of them! So make sure you’re comfortable with their personality. If you find your photographer irritating, abrasive, or if you think their jokes are cheesy, keep looking. You REALLY don’t want to look at your wedding photos, and think “Oh wow, remember the incredibly inappropriate joke the photographer told right before he shot this?” or “That guy got on my nerves – I remember feeling irritated with him as this photo was being taken.” Your day is about your happiness, first and foremost. The most beautiful photo in the world won’t mean as much if your memory of the photography experience sours it!
May 5, 2015 - 9:03 pm
Looks great Joe!!
May 6, 2015 - 9:34 pm
Thank you, Joe for creating history thru your creative lense.
by Joe Capasso Photography