Always trying to “wow” and give my clients a special and unique experience, I produce a viewing party event with all my collections.
This viewing experience improves the level of service provided while allowing clients to “relive their wedding day and disconnect from the world.” (No phones allowed . . .) The big reveal gives the couple, plus up to 15 guests, the opportunity to view their wedding day portraits paired with music, strawberries, sweets, and champagne.
re-experience your wedding
Couples have flown in from out of state just to experience their photos like this. For Shavest and Lee Brotherston, who married at the Epic Hotel in downtown Miami, re-experiencing their wedding on a massive wall was both spectacular and a bit overwhelming.
“I got to see everything I missed, everything I didn’t know happened,” said Mrs. Brotherston, 33, a revenue analyst for Carnival Cruise Lines, “like the grooms getting ready, or a tender moment with my husband and his mother. No one knew it was captured on camera. My husband and our family watched the entire wedding happen all over.”