This is not your typical beach wedding. From the couples’ story, Alyse and her family are from Florida via Canada. The couple wanted to bring their family from Canada and all over the United States to experience the the Florida coast which holds a special place in their heart. Having a wedding ceremony truly means a lot more than the expenses and stress, theirs is an inspiring story that entails relationships are far more important and can instantly light up a special day that is one for the books. What a stunning and serene celebration! Thanks for inspiring us and congratulations, Alyse and Matt!
Finding the right photographer will indeed pay off — just like in Vincent and Vanessa’s case. I am taken aback by how their big day was photographed. If you want to reminisce your big day invest on your photographer. Vincent and Vanessa’s photographer captured the beautiful blush motif, the aesthetics, and the romance of it all, kudos! Their wedding is honestly a gold mine for inspiration for those future brides.
Everyone was apprehensive about the weather but gladly, even though the sun did not shine, raindrops did not fall. Mary Beth and Buddy’s beach wedding is all sunshine and smiles as every little thing was conceptualized with yellows and oranges. Cutting off the typical floral centerpieces, they had large yellow helium balloons and funny photo booth props and that’s a 10/10 for me! Even the bridal bouquet is a vibrant bundle of yellow and orange daisies which magnified Mary Beth’s allure.Everything is just so beautiful! To Mary Beth and Buddy, may you have lots of love today and beyond!
Sapphire At The Yacht Club
Sapphire, white, and silver – the three colors that made up Mike and Amanda’s wedding. It was lovely how the sapphire hues just popped off the white ones throughout the event. This kept everything youthful and bright, no doubt!
Two Less Fish In The Sea
Michael and Kathleen’s wedding’s inspiration is from Michael’s love for fishing that explains the framed pictures of fish as table names. Coral and aqua adorned the clothes of the entourage. The groom and the groomsmen wore a matching coral topsider that was too cute for words. Speaking of cute, they also wore bowties with tiny fish. The bridesmaids also had matching infinity bracelets, beige wedges, and coral monogrammed envelope clutches. Kathleen had a birdcage veil that made for a cute touch. It was indeed a sweet and fishy wedding. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Schneider!