St. Augustine Wedding Photographers | Charlie & Christa’s River House Wedding


Charlie & Christa have such a powerful love for one another.  Charlie is quick to make sure all Christa’s needs are cared for always ensuring she is happy and comfortable in any situation.  Christa looks at him with such devotion and love in her eyes that it is easy to see they were made for one another.  When they booked their wedding with us, they were planning on a late Fall event but shortly after I got a call from Charlie.  They had recently found out they were expecting a baby and wanted to see if we were available in May because they would like to move their wedding up.  We all worked together to find a day that was free for us as well as their venue, The Riverhouse in St. Augustine.  Luckily May 23rd worked perfectly for everyone involved and their Fall wedding became a Spring affair in the blink of an eye.  Their wedding took place on a sunny Sunday afternoon overlooking the Matanzas Bay in St. Augustine.   The weather was perfect and everyone was ready to celebrate.  Christa looked stunning as she walked down to meet Charlie and take his hand as his wife.  Charlie was such a happy groom and the rest of the night he seemed to be walking on air knowing he had a beautiful wife and a family in the making.  The night came to an end when the bride and groom took a horse drawn carriage ride through the streets of St. Augustine to the old fort.  We shot a few night photos before they headed to their Hawaiian honeymoon.  We’d like to thank their wedding planner Cheryl Abbott of Forever Sacred Events for being so wonderful and keeping everything running smoothly all night.  Below are some favorites from their wedding and we hope you all enjoy.

Charlie & Christa, it has been such a pleasure getting to know you both and we are so excited for your new family.  Your baby girl will be here in just a few weeks and we wish you both tons of love and happiness as your family grows.

In love,

Mel & Brad

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