Last month we had the pleasure of shooting Gaby and Glenn's wedding at Hard Rock in Orlando. The weather was perfect and everyone came ready to party!

Their whole day included celebrity treatment! Gaby had her makeup and hair done in the dressing rooms under the Hard Rock Live Stage. The room is covered with old concert posters and memorabilia. Posted on the walls were the set lists from the men who used the dressing room from the concert the night before - styx. cool.
Glenn - looking handsome - anxiously waiting for his bride to be.
Gaby's Father walked her part way down the aisle, and her son Christopher picked up half way through. He is such a poised, mature, and absolutely ADORABLE young man. You can just see on his face how happy and proud he was.

The wedding took place on the Lennon Terrace, as well as the Lennon Room. The Terrace overlooked the Universal CityWalk area, and the Lennon Room is a wonderful place which is modeled after John Lennon's apartment in the Dakota. It is filled with his actual furniture and many drawings and pieces of art that he made and that hung in his home.

And so are the beginnings of a new family...
Just look at Gaby's dress - she looked gorgeous!!

After the ceremony we went to a room those at Hard Rock call "The Attic". It's a small room filled to the brim with items left behind from concerts, others that are familiar from music videos we've seen, and everything in between.

Before we started taking some shots amongst all of the cool stuff up there, we explored the room and Gaby and Glenn had a chance to relax and enjoy eachother just after saying I DO! These precious minutes are often fleeting (or not present!) at so many weddings before all of the reception activities begin, and I'm always so happy for couples when they have a chance to smile at each other without all of their guests watching. Wonderful moments for just the two of them.

And on to The Attic...

You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream! ....but especially me...
Following along with their Beatles themed wedding, we got a picture with this iconic sign. Parlophone is the record label that signed The Beatles in 1962. The yellow bicycle behind Gaby and Glenn was also used in a Beatles music video.

And check out Gaby's Superwomen boots!

Instead of having a traditional guest book, their friends and family wrote their messages on a guitar that they could display in their home. Such an awesome idea!
The dancing began and didn't stop all night!
The evening was gorgeous, and the view from the terrace was beautiful.
One of the great items inside of the Lennon room is his piano. Think of all the creativity that was "imagined" on this very bench.

Congratulations to Gaby and Glenn. It was a rockin' wedding!


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