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Florida Private Estate Microwedding | Emily + Rob

July 14, 2021

Florida Keys private estate microwedding


This Florida private estate microwedding was absolutely PACKED with love. Emily and Rob had to undergo quite a bit in order to make this wedding happen. But let me tell you, it was all 100% worth it. I can’t wait for your to see their photos and hear their story.

E + R originally planned for a big, traditional, Florida Keys wedding back in May of 2020. Unfortunately because of COVID, they weren’t able to go through with their original plan, but still had their closest friends and family present! The rest of their guests were thankfully able to attend via Zoom. Despite not having the wedding they had been planning for over a year, Emily and Rob were just so excited to finally be married to each other.

An emotional one for the books

I promise you, there was not ONE dry eye in the audience (physical and virtual) when Emily and Rob were exchanging their vows. Not to mention, their dog Marley walked down the aisle with Rob and watched mom and dad say “I do” to each other, which was THE cutest thing I’ve ever seen. I may have even teared up a little bit.

One of Rob’s co-workers and personal friend ended up officiating the wedding which was extremely special in itself. In all honesty, it started out as a joke, and then Steve *actually* got ordained just to be able to officiate! Rob 100% plans on returning the favor by officiating Steve’s wedding when he gets married in the spring. How adorable is that??

Emily is actually an event manager at Cheeca Lodge (one of my favorite venues here in The Keys!) and Rob is in the Coast Guard. They were stationed in Islamorada a few years back and ended up falling absolutely in love with the island life! And to showcase their dedication to it, they even walked down the aisle barefoot. I love weddings that really showcase the Florida Keys personality!

Need a photographer for your Florida private estate microwedding?

The Alyssa Morgan Photography Team is here for you! I’d love to chat with you about what your day is going look like. You can fill out my contact form here and I’ll personally get back to you ASAP. In the meantime, you can check out my blog all about how to elope in Key West!

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ABOUT Alyssa

At home near the sea. Ever-focused on beauty and the thrilling art of creation; found in the moments that leave me breathless and in awe. 

Growing up, photos always fascinated me.  I was raised to be inquisitive, ask questions, and appreciate history.  What better way to peak someone's interest than with a photograph?  

I always thought I would end up in the pages of Vogue (though I still hope!), but after the tragic loss of my mother, I turned to wedding photography on a whim and fell in love with the energy that can only be found when two people decide on forever.  The overwhelming joy, nostalgia, and attention to detail captured my heart in 2012, and I never looked back.

I squeeze clients meetings in between nap times, and I drive my kids to school and daycare only to run into meetings with designers, florists, and beautiful clients before racing back to gather them back up again. The most amazing part, is that I feel most alive in this environment. Wedding days are chaotic, just like parenting.  Couples and families require empathy and genuine care, just like my children.  

I expertly navigate your wedding from my extensive experience in this industry, and what this offers you is the peace of mind on your wedding day to relax and enjoy what you have created. Booking with Alyssa Morgan Photography allows you to sit back, enjoy your party, and trust that every part of the day is going to be handled with ease, grace, and a whole lot of laughter along the way.

Adventurer.  Traveler.  Mother.


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