Monica and Rich, Westin Harbour Island, Tampa Florida Wedding

 

Photography: Rana Mohammadian – Roohi Photography

Ceremony & Reception Venue/Catering/Event Planner: Westin Harbour Island, Tampa , Natalia Day

Florals: Northwood Floral Market

Videographer: Ian, Movie Magic Productions

DJ: Grant Hemond and Associates (Eric Harding)

Cake: Chantilly Cakes (Desiree)

Summer showers came a bit early this year; but it wasn’t going to stop Rich and Monica from celebrating their first day as husband and wife! The energy and love from both families, their guests and the bridal parties left me feeling so lucky to be a part of their day. Everyone who walked down the aisle was cheered on and applauded. Seriously, I loved it!!! The room was filled with so much love for these two.  I’m so excited I could be a part of your wedding day!! You two are truly a perfect match!!


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  • so gorgeous!! beautiful pics!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous

    Fabulous work, Rana, as always:-)ReplyCancel

  • Couldn’t have asked for a better experience with a better person, not to mention she’s an awesome photographer 🙂 When I think back to my wedding day, I’ll think of my beautiful bride, my loving family, awesome friends, and my badass photographer.ReplyCancel

  • Jeneen

    Gorgeous! Very stylish.ReplyCancel

  • Kelsey

    So gorgeous Rana! I think this is your best wedding shoot yet 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Frank and Rachel Vitale

    Absolutely gorgeous in every way! Amazing pics! Lots of love and happiness to the Lims 🙂ReplyCancel