Laurel recites her vows, which were loaded with love and a dash of humor, and Mike smiles with pride at his blushing bride.
Five short years ago, Mike and Laurel were next door neighbors who were just getting to know one another. About the time they started dating, Mike was transferred to another military duty station, and they began a long-distance relationship. When he completed his contract, he came back to Key West, and they decided to begin their lives together as husband and wife as soon as possible.
A loving Wedding Pic from a Key West FL Venue created as Brides daughter, the flower girl, puts on shoes
Laurel asked her daughter to be the flower girl at their wedding. Before getting into her own wedding gown, she helped her daughter slip into a special pair of white shoes.
Old Town Wedding Venue Prep Pic at a Key West wedding event as The groom is Dressed in his best suit
Dressed in his best and ready to see his bride, the groom prepares to leave for the ceremony.
Wedding Photography from a Key West, FL Ceremony with Vows sprinkled with humor to complement the couples personalities
The bride can't help but giggle during the wedding ceremony, which was sprinkled with hints of humor in order to complement the couples' personalities.
Florida Wedding ceremony picture from a Key West marriage ceremony as The flower girl looks at her mom with admiration
The flower girl looks at her mom with both admiration and approval during the wedding ceremony in Old Town Key West.
Overcome with emotion and filled with the joy, the couples' closest family members and friends stand side-by-side during the wedding ceremony.
Florida Keys Wedding Ceremony Photo from FL created as The bride and groom kiss after their marriage vow exchange
Mike and Laurel put the past behind them and look to the future with a passionate kiss at the end of their wedding ceremony.
Key West Wedding Photography in the Florida Keys with a couple wed during the pandemic on a zoom call connecting with family
Like so many other couples who wed during the pandemic, Mike and Laurel connected with out-of-town guests who were unable to travel to their wedding via Zoom.