Tuesday, September 28, 2010
We went to one of our most favorite venue's for Alethea and Lee's wedding - The Hermitage Museum in Norfolk. It was a gorgeous day with the most perfect weather - bright blue skies and just a comfortable breeze off the water. After a beautiful wedding, we all headed to Alethea's family owned restaurant - Enrico's - where an awesome staff put together alot of decor and food that was to die for. I have to say this - Alethea and Lee's family and friends killed it on the karaoke. We had so much fun at the reception and would like to thank the families for their appreciation and hospitality! Congratulations Lee and Alethea!
Posted by Calma Photography at 6:33 AM
Monday, September 13, 2010
Patrick and Amy wanted to be in a setting similar to Charleston, SC - where Patrick proposed. They were looking for that Charleston, SC feel (if you haven't been to Charleston, it is a beautiful, colonial area with some great history - check it out sometime!) We went to downtown Norfolk where the cobblestone, wrought iron fences, benches, and historical architecture of Norfolk reminded them of their special day. Everything about Patrick and Amy just fits and grooves together and you can see that in their pictures. Their wedding will be in November so check them out in our future blogs! For now enjoy the preview of their day in Norfolk.
Posted by Calma Photography at 7:21 PM
Sunday, September 5, 2010
Kim and Joe had it together for their wedding and as photographers we appreciate that alot. It was a beautiful day at the Seabreeze Club at Damneck Base - just awesome weather! Everyone pulled together to get the wedding and reception decor setup and it all looked perfect. Cole and I certainly enjoyed every bit of this day. The reception was filled with classic dancing - dance offs, body bump'n, fist pump'n (and no we were not at the Jersey Shore). Kim and Joe are genuine and personable people and if you met their friends and families you would know why. We are going to miss everything about Kim and Joe and we only wish them the best in the future!
Posted by Calma Photography at 7:27 AM