Hello! Thank you for visiting my blog! Here you will get to know me—the “sweet girl” behind the dessert tables. The girl who loves to create. The proud mama who loves her boys to no bounds and the wife that thanks her lucky stars every day to have her husband, her best friend & business partner, by her side. Whether you visiting our blog or the first time or have stopped by before, please know that I’m incredibly grateful that you are here and look forward to getting to know you. So sit back, grab a large cup of coffee (or cake pop) and enjoy!

Real Wedding (sneak peek): Ashley and Scott

Okay, so I am officially making up for my blogging-drought (and cleaning out my camera).

Having a wedding at the Florida Aquarium just might be the best idea ever, but the coolness definitely doesn’t stop there. We are also head over heels enamored with how adorable Ashley and Scott are and how great they were to work with. The wedding colors of yellow and blue are simply to die for, and let’s not forget about that delicious looking dessert bar we put together for them. Being a fellow gator, I’m especially biased to the straw tags we created for them (a little suprise from us to them).  Go Gators!

This is a busy time of year for my fellow photographers but professional photos coming soon. Promise!

Enjoy the Labor Day weekend everyone!!


Day of the Dead Shoot-Behind the Scenes

Just a little glimpse into the “lounge area.”
I’m always in awe of the amount of work (and people) that go into setting up these shoots!
Ceremony Scene. Tracey from Tampa Wonderworks Films catching footage. Yup, that’s Elvis.
The table, mid-way through. With a lot of these shoots, there is a lag time from when you get there to when you start, so the table was worked on in phases.
Jeff, from K&K Photography in action. Did I mention it was blistering hot??
My partner in crime, touching up our “skull decal.” This was a big headache due to the intense heat but the final product looked really good.
Hey Y’all! Sorry for being so absent, just working a few big projects (which I will share as soon as I can). In the meantime, thought I would share some few “behind the scenes” for a Day of the Dead photoshoot, coordinated by MMD Events & Every Last Detail. Other wonderful vendors a part of the “team,” include K&K Photography, Tampa Wonderworks Films, Connie Duglin Linens and I’m guilty of missing quite a few others but will promise to include once we have some better photos to share.
Enjoy the preview!
And at some point, we may start video taping, what goes into the set up, prepping the table via Amy Atlas V-blogs which I think are sooo much fun so please, stay tuned….