A family heirloom can add a sentimental touch to your wedding day. Certainly there are many ways to include them in your festivities and we believe this real wedding did a wonderful job of honoring their family heritage.
The bride says, “A sentimental touch we had in our wedding is the family heirloom ring from my late paternal grandfather. The ring dates back to the early 70s. It was restored with the original band and diamond, and didn’t even need to be resized. I guess I have my grandmother’s fingers! Similarly, I wore my great grandmother’s pearl earrings, adding to the beautiful heirloom details of our day. Additionally, we included a photo memorial table for family members who were only able to attend in spirit.
This Florida wedding was filled with love, family involvement and sentiment. For example, the bride’s father is a skilled carpenter. For that reason, he built the wedding arch for the ceremony. (Which can now be rented at their venue, Sugar Mill Country Club).
Also, the groom’s mother was as the officiant of the ceremony.
Further, this couple paid homage to their heritage by including catholic verses in the vows to reflect their families religious ties.
While not actually a family heirloom, the involvement of family members created life long memories for this couple. For instance, the I DO Crew is a combination of many loved ones. Specifically the best man being the groom’s best friend. Further the bride’s mother helped plan every detail. Also the groom’s mother assisting with organization. Lastly, the groom’s grandparents and aunt traveled from New York just for the wedding. The bride said, “This was very special for us.”
We asked the couple how they chose their wedding theme. They answered, “We spent months deciding on our wedding theme and colors. Admittedly, we wanted something unique. Therefore we chose navy and cinnamon for our colors. Because it was festive for the season of our wedding. Personally I struggled with what kind of greenery to go with those colors. After searching Pinterest for days, I found a Bohemian themed wedding with neutral dried floral. Instantly I knew that was it. Chiefly because I planned to make all of the arrangements myself. And the dried floral allowed me to make the arrangements in advance.”
Another reason for the Bohemian style is it reflects their laidback lifestyle and personal taste. This DIY Bride also made and designed all of the signs, menus, party favors, and name cards to tie in the Boho theme.
Although the wedding theme and florals were Bohemian. The reception tables were a bit more classic. Including white linens, mirror centerpieces and floating candles. Add to that gold accents for a more classy vibe.
Wedding planning is amazing, fun and stressful all at the same time. So we asked this bride to give some wedding planning advice.
“I wish I would have known to simplify my décor search to be more realistic. It turned out beautiful, but I only used about half of the décor I thrifted. This was partially due to freak weather, since there was wind gusts of over 40mph, but I had purchased much more than I needed in retrospect.”
“In particular, I would have put aside more time to get myself ready. I spent so much time running around trying to make sure every detail was perfect, I didn’t give myself more than an hour to get ready. I didn’t get to unwind with my girls in the locker rooms like I had planned. Especially because I was so worried about everything being exactly as I had imagined. I should have let the staff take care of everything without stressing about little things so I could let myself relax.”
“Lastly, my advice is to create a budget and try to stick to it as much as possible. Of course, set time aside for yourself on your special day. And if you’re planning on getting fit for your wedding day, set goals for yourself. I wish I would have spent more time in the gym leading up to our day.”
We thank these newlyweds for sharing their wedding day and wedding planning advice. Adding to the bride’s advice, we suggest hiring a wedding planner. At minimum for day of, if not more.
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Thank you to Sugar Mill Country Club for providing the photos and content for this blog post.
This fabulous Orlando wedding is filled with personalized details and stunning views. Above all, it reflects the love and commitment of this beautiful couple. From the unbelievably gorgeous stairway entry to the glowstick exit. Every single element to this wedding is a testament to the future this couple is building together.
Unquestionably, the hours leading up to your ceremony can be filled with nerves and anxiety. As well as pure excitement and joy.
Socialite Events, the planner for this real Orlando wedding, shared some of the pre-wedding details. Certainly an important time for this bride to spend with her family and friends.
Starting with the Bride getting ready with her mother and bridesmaids. It’s always such a special moment to see the mother helping her daughter into her wedding dress. And in this instance, her veil as well.
Then the personalized accessories. For instance, a bride hat with matching denim jacket and jeans. Next a personalized purse. Admittedly, we are in love with this purse. I mean, check out this custom Mrs. Calderon clutch. Of course, the champagne. We cannot forget the champagne.
Did we mention the custom purse? We can’t stop drooling over it.
The new Mr & Mrs Calderon hosted their wedding reception in the DeVos Room at the stunning Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts. Without a doubt, the perfect location for a modern reception, with a hint of glamor.
The bride and groom mixed long black tables with stunning white orchids. Coupled with floating candles and glass chargers. Adding to that, hints of blush in their textured velvet napkins. Along with, a custom monogrammed dance floor. Further the DJ is placed high above the guests. Without a doubt creating a one-of-a-kind reception.
As night falls, Downtown Orlando provides breathtaking views of the city and its lights. For this reason, the Orlando wedding venue has floor to ceiling windows. As a result, The City Beautiful becomes a stunning backdrop at the reception.
Every single detail added to this dream wedding day. Specifically the personalized details found on every possible surface. The Calderons emblazoned their name on everything from the welcome sign, to the photo wall. In fact, it was on the bar and the dance floor too.
The wedding ceremony took place on the rooftop of the Dr. Phillips Center. For the ceremony the bride and groom choose to mix natural elements of wood with feminine floral pieces. As a result, creating a juxtaposed against the glass and metal elements of the rooftop. Additionally, they included a mix of seating to create interest. Thus giving the guests a comfortable place to sit during the ceremony. Correspondingly they added a custom wooden aisle and altar. Finally, as the bride and groom exited, the couples last name was displayed on a custom made baffle.
But before we can share photos from the ceremony, we must talk about the grand staircase entrance for the bride. Singularly the most exquisite way for a bride to ascend to meet her future husband at the altar.
At the end of the night, The Calderon’s guests gathered downstairs to send them off. Complete with glow sticks. As a result, the couple exited through a tunnel of neon lights. Flanked by their family and friends.
Ending this perfect wedding day, the new Mr & Mrs were whisked away in a Rolls Royce. Unquestionably ready to begin their happily ever after.
Wedding Vendors who contributed to this dream wedding:
Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts | Event Effects | Greenery Productions | A Chair Affair | Over The Top | New Sense Productions | Kim Cardwell Photography | Bakers Cottage Cakes | Jazz It Up Artistry | Beautiful Music | The Bridal Finery
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The modern theme of this Downtown Orlando wedding was carried out from beginning to end. We cannot leave this post without showcasing the sleek stationery. And finishing with a sweet ending with the 3 tier wedding cake by Bakers Cottage Cakes.
This lakeside wedding venue was exactly what Martha & TeVaun’s wanted for their outdoor ceremony and reception. Both were held at the Lakeside Enclave in Groveland, Florida. The Lakeside Enclave is a sprawling property that includes a lakefront ceremony area and outdoor covered reception area made of repurposed storage containers. Additionally, there is a quaint and stylish guesthouse on the property. As well as a firepit and lakeside dock area. Without a doubt this property is a nature lover’s dream that celebrates the beauty of Central Florida and its many lakes.
To get ready on site ,the Bride took advantage of the guest house. Her photographer from M.A.D. Images came early to get photos of her during the hair and makeup process. As a result they were also able to get some beautiful photos of Martha and her Mother putting on her veil. Meanwhile, TeVaun was already dressed and ready. He had photos taken with close family and friends outside while they waited for the ceremony to begin.
The couple had an intimate wedding with 29 guests present. As you can see, the ceremony took place at the lakefront area under the large Oak Tree. Further, the long brick aisleway underneath the trellis made for a gorgeous entrance. One other thing, the couple added a fun triangular arch behind them during the ceremony. The trellis has bougainvillea flowers growing around it and the couple hung beautiful white draping to complete the romantic ceremony look.
After the ceremony, guests headed over to the cocktail hour area. Allowing the wedding party to take the remainder of their photos. The Lakeside Enclave venue offers ceremony, cocktail hour, and reception spaces all at the same location. Therefore, guests are able to walk to each event space. During this time, Martha & TeVaun’s DJ got the party started while their guests enjoyed some adult beverages and passed appetizers provided by Cocktails Catering.
After Cocktail Hour, guests headed to the covered reception space to get ready for the dinner portion of the evening. The reception space at Lakeside Enclave is like no other. For example, the reception area can seat 150 guests. And has fresh brick paving, as well as, market lights. In fact, the two outsides of the covered area are made up of repurposed storage containers. Admittedly giving a different look than your typical outdoor wedding. Inside the storage containers there are designated spaces for catering staff and buffet, bartender, DJ, and cake. There are cutouts in each storage container so that they operate similar to service windows.
The guests enjoyed the unique setup and the couple had their dance floor in the center of the dinner area. Before dinner, the couple had their first dance as husband and wife. Dinner was served buffet style and provided by Cocktails Catering.
Following the cutting of the cake, the guests enjoyed dancing and cocktails for the remainder of the evening. Even after dark, the cocktail hour and reception area remain well-lit by the market lighting throughout the venue.
At the end of the evening, Martha and TeVaun did a grand exit by running through the lit trellis while their guests wished them well!
Blog content provided by The Enclave. The following wedding vendors helped create the perfect lakeside wedding for Martha & TreVaun:
Photography M.A.D Images | Catering Cocktails Catering | Venue Trellis 925 Lakeside Enclave | Flowers Kim E’s Florals | Cake B Cupcakes
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This rustic ranch wedding venue provided a stunning backdrop for this real wedding in Apopka, FL. Certainly Club Lake Plantation and its lush landscape and venue options are wonderful just as it is. However, Brittney and Michael wanted to add their personality into their wedding. For instance, fun glasses, silly photos and socks to name a few.
Brittney and Michael spent the morning with their I DO Crews. Without a doubt the bride and her bridesmaids celebrated the day in true style. Starting with monogramed matching outfits. Paired with love shades and of course champagne. Once it was time to get wedding ready, they slipped into their beautiful green gowns.
Similarly, Michael and the gents sported custom suits. In fact, each groomsmen personalized the lining of their suit. Adding to the style of this fun wedding was the groomsmen’s socks.
Club Lake Plantation is the epitome of rustic ranch wedding venues. The property has two lakes and is surrounded by live oaks and beautiful landscape. Further the outdoor ceremony space provides an unforgettable setting for your perfect wedding day.
Before the ceremony Brittney and Michael did a first look with the lush landscape as the backdrop. Following that, Brittney entered the ceremony through a set of barn doors.
Brittney and Michael added their personal touches to the ceremony in a variety of ways. Starting with the gorgeous white, pink and green florals on the arch. And we absolutely must show off the most amazing flower guy ever! Who may, or may not, have also passed out beer as he proceeded down the aisle. Coupled with the surprise of the best wedding pet attendants ever, who made quite an entrance of their own. Admittedly one of our favorite wedding ceremonies to date.
We always say, “Do your wedding your way.” Unquestionably, Brittney and Michael have a great group of friends that helped them celebrate in a uniquely personal way. This dream wedding day was relaxed, fun and guest-focused. All the while being true to the new Mr. and Mrs. personalities.
For example, the reception was filled with dancing, good times and a celebration of the newly married couple. Ending in a sparkler exit.
Wedding professionals who contributed to this rustic ranch wedding:
Venue: Club Lake Plantation Wedding | Wedding Coordinator: Bella Sposa Events | Photographer: Carrie Wildes Photography | Catering: Picese Rising Catering | DJ/Band: Michael Hill | Floral: Gather & Grace Designs | Officiant: Anthony Doane | Hair: Robert Potter | Cake: SK Sweets | Donuts: Five O Donut Co | Transportation: Apollos Chariots | Gown: CC’s Bridal Boutique
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This couple from Orlando, Florida wanted to host a gender reveal wedding reception. Well actually it was during cocktail hour. But before we get to the reveal, we have to talk about this wedding. Because it is absolutely stunning.
A part of me just wants to stop after this fabulous photo by Orpheous Prime Photography. Singularly my favorite photo from this wedding.
The bride wanted a romantic, yet boho wedding. For this reason, her planner/designer, Vogue Affairs Wedding Planning & Décor, chose some specific items. For instance, lush florals in pinks, reds and white. In addition, gold chairs and soft champagne table linens. Further glass beads and tableware. Coupled with a fully draped ceiling and twinkle lights. Ending with floating candles and soft lighting to set the mood.
Admittedly we think the beachside venue of Paradise Cove Orlando was the perfect backdrop for this romantic wedding. With the soft movement of the water at the lake front ceremony. And an arch with soft white and pink draping. As well as the lush floral accents
Adding to the romance is the soft wood tones and moody lighting in the reception area. Including the beachside fire pit where the couple took a quiet moment alone.
Without a doubt the photographer took full advantage of this gorgeous setting to grab some detail shots. For example, the wedding dress sparkling in the sun. And the adorable flower girl. Of course the bridesmaids and groomsmen weren’t left out either.
Before we get to the gender reveal shot, the love is in the details of this real wedding. The ring box nodded to their new adventure as Mr. and Mrs. Also with the words, ‘and the two become one’ inscribed on the top. Followed by the bride’s shoes that read I DO on the soles.
Since the bride was pregnant, they decided to do a gender reveal wedding. As a result, the happy couple set off smoke bombs during the cocktail reception. Unquestionably, it’s a boy! Congratulations to the newly weds and soon to be parents.
The smoke wasn’t just during the gender reveal. As you can see, the couple had their first dance on a cloud of smoke as well.
Additionally, they had a quiet last dance under the moon and market lights before the grand exit to their new life as husband and wife.
We asked the bride, “What do you wish you had known before you began wedding planning? Or what would you have done differently?”
Her response was, “Have a wedding planner from beginning to end.”
Wedding vendors contributing to this beautiful wedding and gender reveal:
Planning, décor and coordination: Vogue Affairs Wedding Planning & Décor
Venue: Paradise Cove Orlando
Photography: Orpheous Prime Photography
DJ & Lighting: Orlando Florida DJs
Catering: Levans Catering
Oysters: Oyster Bobs Nautical Nonsense
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Old, new, borrowed, and blue is the theme that resonated throughout this real wedding in Tampa, FL. No doubt family is extremely valuable to Heather and Hunter. In fact, their families came down from Missouri to celebrate the couple’s union. Unquestionably this intimate destination wedding created priceless memories for everyone involved.
Admittedly our favorite part of this real wedding is the sentimental wedding jewelry. In this situation, Heather’s something borrowed included her grandmother’s ring. Likewise it was also her something old and something blue. Similarly she wore earrings borrowed from her mother and sister. In addition, Hunter’s wedding day gift to Heather was a new bracelet.
Again focusing on the importance of family. Both Heather and Hunter involved their parents in the pre-wedding preparations. As well as their closet friends. Singularly sharing the love and celebration of this intimate destination wedding.
Certainly you wouldn’t know it by looking at it. But Safety Harbor Resort and Spa offers an indoor-outdoor solution to the Florida heat. In this situation, they have a climate-controlled tent. As you can see, it is beautifully draped in white from ceiling to floor. Subsequently creating a view of a lush Florida landscape while in the comfort of air conditioning. As well as a ceremony location that looks more luxurious than tent like.
Heather’s bridal bouquet was complete with blush and white roses. Coupled with eucalyptus greenery. Identically the arch was decorated with blush and white florals. Further coordinating with the bouquets and soft blush dresses of the bridesmaids.
Safety Harbor Resort and Spa has a vast landscape. Correspondingly offering a variety of gorgeous photo backdrops. So, following their vows, it was time for some outdoor portraits of the newlyweds.
Although not part of the actual wedding activities, the couple’s dogs did get dressed up for the photos. Indeed wearing coordinating tuxedo and floral collars.
From beginning to end, this real wedding was filled with love and sentiment. Assuredly honoring the importance of family with their old new borrowed and blue. Cheers to a lifetime of happiness for Heather and Hunter.
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Thank you to the wedding vendors that made Heather and Hunters perfect wedding day:
Venue: Safety Harbor Resort and Spa
Florist: All About the Vase by Dana Dineen
Cake: The Artistic Whisk
DJ: Grant Hemond and Associates, Inc
Linens: Fancy That Linens
Photography: Carrie Wildes Photography
Ending this real wedding blog with a photo of this lovely 2 tier wedding cake created by The Artistic Whisk. No doubt a sweet ending to this dream wedding.
This Downtown Orlando Wedding celebrates the love of two college sweethearts. Although both are from Florida, they met in Atlanta, Georgia. The planner, Vogue Affairs, says, even though they are in their 20’s, the embody an old soul. For this reason they chose an old mix of deep jewel tones for their overall theme.
Both the bride and groom prepared for this special day with their loved ones by their sides. First by putting the final touches on their wedding day outfits.
The groom wore a deep green velvet suit jacket accented with gold buttons. Also the jacket had blue edging on the lapel.
In contrast, the bride was adorned in all white with plenty of bling. Starting with her earrings and ending with the shoes. However, her bouquet reflected the moody but vibrant jewel tones in pinks, blues, greens and purples.
Watch closely at the end for the outfit change.
Next the bride and groom were assisted with their wedding day preparation by loved ones. In fact, the bride did a first look with the ladies. And their reaction is priceless. Without a doubt they saw her as the gorgeous bride that she is.
Further, both the men and the women took a few sacred moments to pray over the bride and groom. Preparing them for the vows they are about to pledge.
Lastly, the bride and groom did a first touch. That is to say, a few private moments to quietly reflect on the ceremony ahead. Certainly readying themselves for the act of two becoming one as they say ‘I Do’.
Admittedly we are swooning over the reaction from the bride as she walks down the aisle to her groom. Likewise the smile on the grooms face as he sees his bride for the first time. No doubt they are completely and utterly in love with each other.
Continuing the jewel tone wedding theme, the bridesmaids are in deep green gowns. Similar to the bride, their bouquets are in purples, pinks, blues and greens.
In the same vein, the gold ceremony arch is draped in the recurring deep green. Coupled with the beautiful florals by The Coffee Garden Weddings & Events.
The Balcony Orlando provided stunning views of The City Beautiful as these two said “I Do”. Of course we cannot move on to the reception until we share the roof top photos. The photographer, Ashley Krug Photography, used the city as the backdrop. Admittedly, we are without words…
Unquestionably the old soul feel of the deep jewel tones was carried all the way through the wedding reception tables. First the dark green linens. Second gold charges with gold flatware and pink napkins. Third gold centerpieces and candleholders. Finishing with the gorgeous florals and the soft glow of candles.
And what is a wedding reception without cake and a first dance. Hence the 3 tier gold and white wedding cake by Valhalla Bakery. Finally kicking of the party time with the newlyweds first dance.
After the partying was over, the new Mr. and Mrs. made a grand exit. Complete with city street views and sparklers. As you can see, it was the perfect ending to this Downtown Orlando Wedding.
One last thing, remember that outfit change we mentioned?
Central Florida Wedding Vendors who contributed to this epic Downtown Orlando Wedding:
Wedding Venue: The Balcony Orlando
Planning, Décor + Design: Vogue Affairs
Floral: The Coffee Garden Weddings & Events
Photo + Video: Ashley Krug Photography
Catering: Chuy’s Orlando Catering
Cake: Valhalla Bakery
Chairs: Go To Event Rentals
Photo booths: 360 Photo Booths Orlando and Snapshot Photobooths
This sunset beach wedding is what dreams are made of. Without a doubt the photographer, Carrie Wildes Photography, captured this bride and groom at the perfect moment. In fact, at the exact moment when a rainbow appeared in the background.
Unquestionably the Sandpearl Resort Clearwater Beach was an excellent choice for this couples wedding venue. Because it offers both indoor and outdoor options with stunning views of the beach and the ocean beyond. For this reason, Ruthann and Tony were blessed with a variety of perfect photo spots for their wedding memories.
Starting with the sweet first look. Admittedly this artwork is the photographers favorite indoor spot. Next the ceremony was performed on the lawn, overlooking the gulf. In fact, you don’t even have to touch the sand if you don’t want to. Third, the happy couples family and friends posed for a fun photo on the balconies. Above all, the sunset photos on the beach of just Ruthann and Tony.
Along with their closest friends and family, Ruthann and Tony said I Do at their intimate sunset beach wedding. Before the wedding they enjoyed time with their friends celebrating the joy of the day. In fact, one of their dearest friends officiated the wedding. As a result, right before Tony walked down the aisle, they stopped and said a quick prayer.
The tropical palm leaves with the bright pinks and oranges looked amazing on the arch. And we can’t forget the sounds and colors of the ocean in the background. Likewise the florals by Artistry Designs Group made a colorful statement against Ruthann’s white wedding dress.
After the gorgeous ceremony, they moved inside for the wedding reception. Of course the pink and orange florals were used to adorn the table. Similarly a single flower was placed on each pink napkin. Then set on top of gold charges. Coupled with white chairs and table linens, this wedding reception was a beautiful reflection of the couples love. Furthermore, sushi was served as an appetizer. Certainly fitting to the sunset beach wedding theme.
Ruthann told the photographer they were hoping for a beautiful sunset. Singularly true to Clearwater beach fashion, it did not disappoint! That is to say, as they went down to the water at sunset, there was a perfect rainbow behind Ruthann and Tony. Congratulations you two, we wish you a lifetime of amazing sunsets!
Wedding Vendors who contributed to this perfect wedding:
Venue: Sandpearl Resort Clearwater Beach
Florals: Artistry Designs Group
Photographer: Carrie Wildes Photography
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This Florida backyard wedding was a dream come true for the bride and groom. High School sweethearts, Sierra and Gabe, celebrated their love surrounded by their family and closest friends. They prepared their list of non-negotiables and sentimental touches. Picked the perfect backyard wedding venue. Then, along with their wedding planner, created the perfect outdoor wedding.
From the beginning of the wedding planning process, Sierra had a short list of non-negotiables. That is to say, the things that absolutely must be a part of the wedding. First, get married under a tree. Second, market lights. Third, farm tables. Last, lots of greenery and white flowers. As a result, the wedding was exactly as the couple dreamed it would be. For this reason, her advice to you, as a fellow bride, stick to your non-negotiables. In other words, if it is that important to you, don’t negotiate it out of your wedding. Do your wedding, your way.
Light wood farm tables were complimented by gold Chiavari chairs and chargers. Chargers provided by Orlando Wedding and Party Rentals. Additionally softening the room was the floor to ceiling draping. Lastly, the mood was set with the market lights by Get Lit Productions.
Sierra and Gabe decided not do to a first look. Instead, they wanted their first look to be at the altar. Ultimately where they would join their hearts and their families together as one. Therefore, before the ceremony, they took time for some pre-wedding photos to show off their personal style.
For example, the groom chose a pale blue suit with a tropical lining. His paprika tie coordinated with the girls’ dresses perfectly. And his suspenders matched his groomsmen.
Sierra’s dress is from David’s Bridal and she always knew she would wear tennis shoes under her wedding dress. Adding to her look is the soft, natural hair and make up by Karmel Design Team. To touch on the grooms Irish heritage, the bride’s ring has Celtic knots.
Celebrating their love with family was paramount for this couple. In fact, they included family members in all aspects of this big day. Starting with including their siblings in the wedding party. Along with their dog Koda.
The grooms Irish heritage is very important to him. So during the wedding, the grooms father performed a traditional Irish hand tying ceremony. Further the brides grandfather officiated the wedding.
To demonstrate honor to family members who have passed, the couple added some sweet details. For instance, the yellow flowers were for the grooms grandmother. Likewise the bride’s bouquet was wrapped in a special fabric. It came from the bride’s grandmother’s wedding dress. Added to it was lace from the bride’s great grandmother. Finishing with hand painting by the bride’s grandmother.
Finally, to top it off, this backyard wedding took place on family property.
Without a doubt, Sierra wanted her sisters to be by her side on this special day. These sisters have been best friends since birth. From silly antics to serious poses, this sister squad is inseparable. Bridesmaids dresses are in paprika from Azazie.
When choosing his groomsmen, Gabe knew exactly who to ask. Starting with his younger brother Drew. Then including his two best friends. One from childhood and one from college. Surely we can’t forget the best wedding pet attendant, Koda.
Sentimental elements added to the family focus of this Florida backyard wedding. Yellow roses honoring the grooms grandmother. Likewise the bridal bouquet wrap created from family heirlooms. Subsequently, each piece kept loved ones close.
This wedding was full of sentiment. But also tons of fun and laughter. For instance, the father of the bride snapped a selfie walking to the ceremony with his little girl.
Every girls dream is to have her man love her this much. Certainly there was not a dry eye in the place when the groom saw his bride for the first time. True love is a beautiful thing.
Celebrating the Irish heritage, the grooms father performed a hand tying ceremony. Further the rope was made by the grooms father. A cord of three strands is not easily broken.
After some puppy love, the new Mr. and Mrs. celebrated their marriage with a fun first dance. Likewise, the bride and father of the bride surprised everyone with a choreographed dance of their own. After some food and socializing. It was cake time. Sugar Sugar Cake Boutique provided a beautiful 3 tier wedding cake and gold cake stand.
Before the evening was over, the littlest wedding guest stole the dance floor with his moves. And his killer style.
Absolutely no wedding should end without a sparkler exit by FyerFly Productions. Ending the evening with a true celebration of love and life. Congratulations Sierra and Gabe, may your life be filled with happiness and joy. Let the adventure being.
Orlando Wedding Vendors who contributed to this wedding:
Venue: Family property
Planner: Seas Your Day Events
Cake: Sugar Sugar Cake Boutique
DJ and Sparkler Exit: FyerFly Productions
Hair and Make-up: Karmel Design Team
Marketing lighting: Get Lit Productions
Gold chargers / cocktail tables / linens: Orlando Wedding and Party Rentals
Photography: Steven Miller Photography
Videography (see video below): Laiacona Photography and Design
Catering: Two Chicks and a Pot
Restroom Trailer: Luxe Flush A Restroom Trailer Company
Floral: Bride’s Aunt
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