Paradise Banquet Hall
This venue offers some great variety when it comes to weddings. I have photographed many weddings at Paradise Banquet Hall and each time they are very different. It doesn’t matter the culture, size, theme, or couple. This venue is a chameleon. And even better, it can coordinate multiple weddings at once without conflicts between the events.
This was one of those classic high school sweethearts finally get hitched moments. The details of this wedding are fantastic. Beautiful outdoor ceremony at Paradise Banquet Hall. And despite the heat, this couple remained energetic throughout. Wedding Trends Magazine is even featuring these images it their 2019 issue.
This particular wedding had a very tight timeline after the ceremony. Luckily, we did do a solid round of bridal party photos and couple portraits beforehand at a George Richardson Park. However, that park was selected more for sentimental purposes than actual features. They used a similar park when we did the photo session for their engagement shoot. I was more looking forward to round two at the Paradise Banquet Hall gardens. The couple had an elegant outdoor civil ceremony under the Roman pillars of this venue on this beautiful summer’s day. Afterward, we took care of all the family photo combinations. While the guests were enjoying cocktail hour, we were able to take just the couple around alone. Since I’m familiar with the venue grounds, twenty minutes is all I need to make some magic. We even came out after dark for more.
The gardens at Paradise Banquet Hall light up at night. I absolutely love photographing this venue after dark. The night lights give the photos a beautiful atmosphere. The bridge overlooks a small ravine. Obviously weddings after dark are bound to be cold. So we didn’t stay outside for too long. But the results were beautiful.
The second shooter for this wedding was Michelle Paquot.