Miami Wedding Photographers
Pure passion. Heartwarming tales. A moment of serendipity – this is what our Miami wedding photographers embrace and strive to capture.
Your Miami Wedding
What better place to capture one of your most magical moments than the Magic City itself! Miami is appropriately coined the Magic City due to the wide variety of scenic locations, rich culture, diverse background and of course fabulous sunny weather. Our city offers multiple great photography focal points and wedding venues for capturing timeless love stories with wedding venue options ranging from iconic art deco hotels in South Beach, to luscious garden ceremonies filled with tropical flowers bursting with color.
Wedding Photography in Miami
Choose from modern, urban Brickell architecture, or a venue inside a magnificent mansion filled with luxury in every small detail. Perhaps you’ll want to get washed away on an intimate beach with a stunning sunset. The wealth of beauty available is boundless and perfect for any good love story. However you choose to celebrate your wedding day, we would love to work with you to capture your visual wedding story. We love vibrant, colorful images with a unique blend of fresh and fun photojournalistic style sprinkled with hints of a classical wedding photography. We don't fall for trends and fads, in contrary, we enhance the images true look and feel.
Aram Event Photography team knows how important it is to choose the right wedding photographer to meet your unique needs. We are dedicated to building a relationship by establishing trust and understanding. Over the years, we have identified and established a simple system to create an incredible client experience from start to finish. Miami wedding photographers offer variety of wedding photography package options to tailor services to each individual.
Drop us a line and allow us the opportunity to not only hear your love story, but to capture it for all time. We’re excited to meet you and your partner!
More about Miami
Miami is best known for its white sand beaches and worlds largest concentration of Art Deco architecture. The history of Miami dates back to 1513 when first European men Juan Ponce de Leon sailed into Biscayne Bay. It officially became a city in 1896 after Julia Tuttle, a local citrus grower and original owner of the land upon which the city was built, encouraged railroad mogul Henry Flagler to expand into the area — making Miami the only major U.S. city to be founded by a woman. Miami derives its name from Mayaimi Native American tribe that lived around Lake Okeechobee.
Modern Miami is highly diverse, multilingual and rapidly growing metropolis with largest Latin American population outside of Latin America. City of Miami is major international tourist destination bringing in over 16.5 million visitors a year. Miami Beach Art Deco District, Hotels and bars of South beach, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Wynwood Walls, Miami Design District and Little Havana are among the area’s many attractions.