PSJ Photography

State: Florida
Category: Photography

PJ’s photography is light and bright – perfect for the classic, lighthearted, spirited bride, and for capturing airy and romantic moments!

Hi there! I am PJ Saffran, owner of PSJ Photography. I have a soft spot for high school sweethearts, adore peonies, and love dancing in the kitchen. I am a Florida-based wedding photographer for the classic chic couple in love. I rejoice in capturing brides and grooms with a timeless elegance, and I believe in creating lasting friendships, starting with the engagement session to the happily-ever-after.

Full Name: PJ Saffran
Where you call home: Florida – where the sun’s always shining!
Things you’d write home to your Momma about: I am very proud of my history degree from the established Stetson University. It shaped my devotion to capturing love stories and preserving them for generations to come.
Location/Coverage: Central and Southern Florida, but I enjoy exploring the Southern coast.
How I got into weddings: I always knew weddings held my heart. I dove headfirst into the industry and have never looked back!
Favorite thing about weddings in the South? I find that the blend of palm trees and oaks, old and new, and a timeless, relaxed atmosphere in the South creates the most darling of weddings. I love the people, families, and traditions that surround the bride and groom with love and joy as they begin their journey of marriage.
Favorite part of a wedding day? I cherish the exchanging of vows. I always get a little teary-eyed during a first look and am honored to capture day one of a marriage.
Best piece of advice you can give to brides and grooms? Take a deep breath and let it go. The wedding day is the time to put your trust in your incredible team of vendors and treasure every little moment.
Dream travel destination? Martha’s Vineyard in the summer.
Favorite Southern city? I always love the charming Palm Beach.
Early bird or night owl? Early bird
Favorite pie flavor? Homemade blueberry pie with a splash of lemon!
Favorite biscuit topping? I keep it sweet with a drizzle of orange blossom honey.