Angie & Jason | Orlando Science Center (Orlando Wedding Photographer)

Angie and Jason were married at the Orlando Science Center – one of the coolest wedding venues for sure!   From their sunset roof-top ceremony to the reception in the Dino Dig Room, their wedding was the perfect combination of urban sophistication and whimsical fun.   Angie was absolutely breath-taking in her Monique Lhullier gown (and Jason looked quite handsome too!)  There’s nothing quite as spectacular as a rooftop wedding, overlooking the downtown Orlando skyline as the afternoon turns into night.    And of course, night-time wedding portraits are so super romantic!   Angie and Jason incorporated tons of fun, personal details into their day — a wine box that they’ll open on their first anniversary (an idea I could definitely get behind!!), dueling pianos, ah-mazing vegan fare and a gorgeous spread of vegan cupcakes and cakes by Rhapsodic Bakery.   The wedding cake topper was extra sentimental, as it was the same one Angie’s grandparents used on their cake when they got married!    I love that Angie and Jason’s wedding was just as unique and special as they are.   As a photographer, it’s really a neat perspective to watch couples go from the very early planning stages of a wedding when I meet them, to finally becoming husband and wife when I leave them at the end of the night!   It’s so amazing and I am truly lucky to work with such wonderful people!

Venue: Orlando Science Center

Officiant:  Lon Tosi, Sensational Ceremonies

Florist: Dream Designs

Linens and Decor: Orlando Wedding and Party Rentals

Caterer:  Puff N Stuff

Musicians: Ken’s Dueling Piano Show

Cake/Cupcakes: Rhapsodic Bakery

Lighting: Junction 88

Hair/Makeup: Mosaic Hair Studio

Bride’s Dress: Monique Lhullier from The Collection

Bridesmaids Dresses: J. Crew

Groom’s/Groomsmen’s Suits: Men’s Warehouse


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  • Holly - So awesome! Such great pictures. What a cute flower girl;)

  • Julianne Weimar - Congrats to you both! I am so amazed looking at these gorgeous photos. Can’t stop staring at them.

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