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Fun Oceanaire Resort Wedding | Heather and Ryan

Fun Oceanaire Resort Wedding

Super Fun Oceanaire Resort Wedding

Heather and Ryan



There is no dull wedding at the Oceanaire. In fact, every single wedding has being a fun Oceanaire Resort Wedding. Take it, it could be that I get to photograph their most fun couples. When I think about my ideal couple, I think about couples like Heather and Ryan. They are fun, magnets for each other, loving people who love their tribe, prepared and ready to have the time of their lives on their wedding day. When I ask a couple how they’d describe themselves and they reply “a hot mess”, I know I found my couple.

It is said that Ryan is the shy one in the relationship. However, I can see him light up and just burst into loving energy when he is around Heather. I observed him being a patient and loving father, a supporting husband and a great friend to his lively tribe.

Heather, well, Heather is just the woman who lights up a room and is ready for what’s ahead. An equally loving mother and daughter. Her energy is one you want to be around and absorb. Her tribe can keep up with her vivacity and some of them may even surpass her. Have I mentioned I love bridesmaids who are as excited about you getting married than your are? When you have people around you who wants you to be happy above all, those are keepers. Well, Heather’s tribe is just like that.

My couples usually end up with a large amount of reception images because most of the time, their wedding is a huge celebration. Heather and Ryan, are no different. There are so many great reception moments that I found myself running here and there. From grandparents to kids, to their parents and their friends, everyone had a good time.

I’d like to share some of my favorites with you, so enjoy!

Oh, would you like to see their beautiful Engagement Session? See below:

Heather and Ryan’s Engagement Session


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