Vizcaya Museum & Garden Engagement Session | Miami Engagement Photography

A Vizcaya Museum & Garden Engagement session.  A Beautiful Miami Engagement Photography shoot.

Carriette & Sebastian were an absolute pleasure to work with.  Our first attempt at scheduling our shoot failed.  Miami weather can be inconveniently random and we had a horrible rainy couple of days. The morning of our session before hair and makeup.   I said, “we can shoot today and have horrible lighting. Or reschedule on a beautiful day”.  Vizcaya is a unique and beautiful Miami engagement spot. You really want great weather for it especially since it cost money to rent.

Therefore, she took my advice and we waited for a better day.  Did it pay off!  As a result, we had amazing weather and incredible light.  Nothing like gorgeous sunlight to compliment our engagement session and we rocked it!  Is time on your side?  Always try to plan for 2 days at least for your engagement session. You never know what weather is going to be like.  Always have a backup plan.

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First of all, Thanks for stopping by.  Hope you enjoyed my Vizcaya Engagement Photography session.

Vizcaya is on of my favorite spots for engagement sessions and weddings.  Here is a snippet from their about us.

“Vizcaya was created as James Deering’s subtropical winter home in the 1910s and today it is a National Historic Landmark and accredited museum. We invite you to learn about Vizcaya’s fascinating history and the individuals responsible for the unusual estate’s origins, evolution and ongoing management.”


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