Hey hey hey
We're Kaylee and Sidney.
(Sometimes shortened by our friends to Kay and Sid!) We met as teenagers in church in 2007. We’re homeschool kids who ended up in the same biology classes, eventually the same college classes, and as we grew up we also grew closer together. Soon we were dating, skateboarding through Cocoa Village with iced coffee in hand, and quickly falling in love with the spirit and soul in each other. Engaged in late June, we dove straight into the planning, counting down, freaking out, getting excited… We got married on Friday the 13th and just celebrated 5 years together this past December. "I DO." is the most important decision we've ever made, and we take your marriage just as seriously as we take our own. It’s easy for us to remember those days, because it was only 6 years ago that we were in your shoes!
We’ve photographed about 100 weddings, and we still get nervous butterflies when we get to photograph a new marriage being created! We love working together and find that experiencing weddings on such a regular basis gives us a unique opportunity to be reminded of how to love each other and stay focused on what really matters.
We currently accept up to 30 weddings per year.
Photographer / Chief of Tech / Editor at Large
Hobbies: Cooking, watching my favorite YouTube channels, playing Rocket League, gardening, quoting Michael Schur shows, building and flying tiny-whoop drones and airplanes, Netflix with my bride… but most of all I love being a musician.
Past Lives: orchestra musician. teacher. luthier. worship leader.
I have been practicing music since I was 6 years old. Growing up I walked everywhere in my hometown, worked in the Cocoa Village Playhouse orchestra just down the road, and loved playing accordion in the park on the cooler Florida weekends. Over the years I have learned Acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass, drums, piano, accordion… In fact, while studying at UCF, I spent some time as a music major, but program was intense and I felt led to change majors. Fortunately, the education was not wasted as my love of instruments runs deep. It brought me to work for a banjo company as a luthier for several years, I still teach, and always seek to use music to bless others.
Photographer / Social Guru / Editor in Chief
Hobbies: Reading or listening to books on Audible, singing, making diy projects, creating art, painting, watching Cosmo, listening to true crime and comedy podcasts and thinking about things too much.
Past Lives: cosmetologist. nanny (to six!). owner of an Etsy graphic design shop. housekeeper.