Traditional Tampa Garden-Inspired Wedding
July 30, 2015
Southeast
Classic WeddingsRomanticGarden Weddings
This Florida wedding has all of the elements for a perfect day: a gorgeous venue, personal touches (the Bride made the Groom's baseball jersey from the Minor Leagues into a guest book!) and a dream team including Justin DeMutiis PhotographyStonehouse Events  and Voila Cinematic. Add to that details like the Bride's Valentino shoes, the Groom's custom cuff-links, and you've got a stunning day. See it all here.
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From Justin DeMutiis Photography... When Scott proposed to Chelsea, he planned the perfect evening with flowers, candles and a steak dinner delivered to their private hotel room. It was Chelsea’s birthday and Scott gave her a birthday present she would never forget, an engagement ring! Chelsea said yes and planning the perfect wedding day began!

The Davis Island Garden Club in Tampa, Florida was the perfect setting to create an intimate and welcoming space for Chelsea and Scott’s family and friends! The ceremony was adorned with rose petals, candles and flowers to create the perfect backdrop for Chelsea and Scott to share the wedding vows that would make them husband and wife. The magic continued as guests made their way to cocktail hour enjoying a full bar, especially the bride and groom’s signature drink, the Orange Crush and hors d’eouvres. The reception room was warm and inviting with soft pink and blush hues and lots of candlelight. It was breathtaking as the bride and groom made their way to the dance floor for their first dance, “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran. Chelsea had a special surprise for Scott that night as she had his baseball Jersey made for all of the guests to sign along with his bat and baseballs used when he played for the minor leagues! It was an evening full of laughter and joy as everyone celebrated the happy couple. As Chelsea and Scott made their way through the sparklers, they drove away in a Golf Cart decorated by the bride’s sister and brother in law, a true tradition on Davis Island! It was a night they would both never forget!