This past weekend we had the opportunity to sneak away for an early anniversary overnight. We rarely get time to ourselves with three kids, but luckily we were able to make it happen. We decided to go back to the scene where we had our wedding 3 years ago…The Bristol Harbour. We had a blast checking out local eateries in Naples. Lunch at the Neapolitan on main street was AMAZING! We got to spend some time relaxing in the sun at the Harbors private beach. Had a wonderful dinner with a view on the patio. The night was randomly serenaded by bagpipers…HECK YES! We were able to sit quietly in the morning with our coffee, taking in the scenery and finished the day off with hiking at our favorite spot Grimes Glen. So grateful for the little time outs to remind us of the important things in our marriage…each other!
Bristol Harbour Escape | Early Anniversary Weekend
Published by Michal-Kathryn Photography
Michal-Kathryn is a Finger Lakes native; growing up in South Bristol, she often spent her time hiking trails in Naples and snowboarding at Bristol Mountain. She took her first job at a photography studio in Canandaigua, New York. Here is where she learned the art of wedding photography. She spent the first several years of her career photographing the finger lakes' premier destination wedding venues. Michal-Kathryn also has a graphic design degree that she received upon graduation from RIT in 2008. She combined her love for photography and design when she started her own business in 2012. With over 15 years of photography experience, Michal-Kathryn has found joy in photographing couples wedding days all over the Greater Rochester and Finger Lakes area. While Rochester is home, Michal-Kathryn loves traveling and photographing destination weddings. She has captured memories all over the east and west coast and tropical paradises. Michal-Kathryn is a wife and mother to four boys and two pit bulls. You can often find her in the Starbucks line, at football games, and binge-watching Netflix. View all posts by Michal-Kathryn Photography