Love at first sight. People say that it doesn’t exist but I have the proof in Alyson and Quint. They met on the night of July 17, 2009 and their eyes met as she walked to the dance floor. Quint says it was her eyes that he fell in love with. Whatever sparked between them lasted and they talked together for the rest of the night and they’ve been together for four years. Last March, Quint, who works at Verizon, won a trip to Paris and the plan was the get married at the Eiffel Tower. It didn’t work out but he surprised her by dropping on one knee and asking her to marry him. We are so glad that getting married in Paris didn’t work out because then we wouldn’t have met such a great couple. That and they wouldn’t have been able to plan their wonderful beach side wedding at the Grand Plaza.
“We knew that we wanted to get married on the beach no matter what. Grand Plaza was the first place we saw and we didn’t even give other venues a chance! We loved it there so much! From the French doors wrapped around the whole reception area to the palm tree lined aisle, I believe it is the perfect wedding location,” said Alyson. “Steel drums, palm trees, white sand, ocean sounds, Tiffany blue and coral, tons of fun.” And after the wedding, a seven day Caribbean cruise is planned for the happy couple.
Sometimes your work speaks for you and I couldn’t be happier. I chose Jonathan because “photographed our friend’s wedding and we couldn’t get enough of the images of their wedding,” said Alyson. There are a lot of things to worry about when planning a wedding. Especially if the bride, like so many brides, are also juggling work and school. Alyson says that I take the “all the worry out of the equation” which is something I’m very happy about. You should be happy and carefree on your wedding day and never have to worry about your vendors.
I want to wish Alyson and Quint all the happiness and love and luck in the world and I can’t wait to photograph their wedding.