Last month we had the pleasure of coordinating Carrie and James’ wedding at the Hyatt on Clearwater Beach. They had a very intimate wedding with lots of special touches that really made the wedding about them!
Carrie and James wanted to have a first look prior to the ceremony, this way they could get all her formal pictures taken prior to the ceremony. The couple wanted to enjoy cocktail hour and be apart of it. And, enjoyed cocktail hour they did. Carrie had a self made photo booth with lots of fun props for guests to wear. Everyone had a lot of fun with that.
The couple decided they wanted to have their first dance just after they said their I-Do’s. Right after the were pronounced husband and wife instead of recessing down the aisle out of their wedding ceremony, they went right into their first dance. It was very special and unique.
Congratulations to Jackie and Nick! They were married at Davis Islands Garden Club back in April. It was a beautiful outdoor ceremony and reception overlooking Harbour Island. Jackie chose a beautiful spring color pallatte of melon and crisp white for the wedding. How did she come up with this, one might ask? Well it was actually to pay tribute to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers “throwback” orange. Jackie and Nick are avid Bucs fans and this was a great subtle way to tie in their favorite sports team! They also named their guest tables after their favorite players. Many thanks to the vendors involved including Jason Angelini for the great pictures!!!
Here is a look at some of the details from Stephanie and Adam’s Country Chic Wedding Reception. The two married at Stephanie’s grandfather’s 5 acre property on the West Coast of Florida. It was a beautiful night in December 2011, the weather was perfect- warm and sunny during the day and cool comfortable weather in the evening. We did have the threat of rain earlier in the morning, but the clouds past and everything was perfect for them!!
Some of the details at their wedding reception include, old church pews as a lounge grouping around a fire, market lights strung over the dance floor and dining tables under the large oak trees on the property, a basket of blankets for guests to borrow as the night grew chilly, old french doors with moss hanging from them flanked by beautiful pots of wild flowers as an entrance into the reception. We had crystal chandeliers and mason jars hanging from the trees and old windows that we used as the bar menu.