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Florida Seaside Bridal Shower

This seaside beauty takes beachside brunching to an entirely new level of chic. Showering the beautiful Bride-to-be with Myrtie Blue blooms and a peachy keen cake, this stunning fete from the lens of Kaylie B. Poplin is bridal shower inspiration like you’ve never seen before. From the tables lined with treasures from the sea, to the sweet babies in attendance, every detail is waiting for you in this gorgeous gallery.

From Kaylie B. Poplin PhotographyI am all things coastal and floral. When I moved to the Emerald Coast nine years ago, I knew that I would be calling this place home for as far as I could see. The emerald waters that crash along the shore, the sound of sea gulls in the mornings, the scent of salty air… all of it has encompassed all of me. Here I am about to marry a Florida boy in a few weeks that I met after I moved here, so naturally, when it came time to talk about a bridal shower, I didn’t even have to think about it. I knew that I wanted it to be on the beach where I said that I would call this place home for as long as I could… and the same beach where I spent a Summer getting to know that Florida boy I will marry. This bridal shower is everything that I am and that I love all wrapped up into details, faces and place.

As soon as I decided that I was going to pursue this dream shower, I contacted Tori of Victoria Austin Designs. She is a stylist whose work makes my mouth drop! The work that I had seen her do was aesthetically what I wanted, so I knew she would be the best one to bring the vision to life. She did just that, but in more ways that I could have asked for! I then spoke with Myrtie Blue who is known on the Emerald Coast and nationally for their work with florals. I sat down with Brian, told him my vision and the pops of color that I was wanting to incorporate and just as I knew he would, he absolutely nailed it!

Friends and family who have seen or were at the shower have all asked how it was done, and I say without a shadow of a doubt that it was because of the vendors involved. I also respond telling them that it was also brought to life by the ladies that came and made this experience and my life up to this point, the most perfect one I could have ever dreamed of.

Photography: Kaylie B. Poplin Photography | Floral Design: Myrtie Blue | Gown : Paper Crown | Invitations: Sweet Water Decor | Venue: Beach | Calligraphy & Place Cards: Southern Calligraphy | Rentals: Blue Rents | Stamps: Verde Studio | Stylist : Victoria Austin Designs

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Elegant Vintage Inspired Bayshore Wedding

What I would’ve given to attend this celebration. From a vivant timbalero player, to Spanish guitarists, to specialty cocktails followed by fresh beignets and cafe au lait, every moment is memorable. It’s a marriage made for sharing and Pezz Photo captured it all right here!

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From the beautiful Bride… Jon and I both come from big crazy families with thick accents. His side happens to be Louisiana Cajun while mine comes from Argentina. We celebrated this blending of cultures through music and food. A classic Spanish guitarist performed during our cocktail hour where bartenders served up specialty cocktails named “La Latina” (a pomegranate margarita) and “El Gringo” (a whiskey on the rocks). After dinner, a timbalero took the stage drumming in harmony with our DJ who played salsa and merengue. Once the dance floor was packed we threw a mini New Orleans Mardi Gras. Within minutes the entire room was parading around with umbrellas, masks, hats, beads and feather boas. We even served fresh beignets and cafe au lait.

I always knew I wanted to create a classic, elegant and romantic atmosphere, but my specific décor was inspired by my dress. When I picked a 1920′s style Lazaro gown with layers of ruffles and vintage-inspired embroidery, I knew I had to go a little Gatsby. I picked a classic black and ivory color scheme with metallic accents and tons of candles to help the room sparkle. Our escort cards and menus used Art Deco fonts and geometric patterns. My favorite décor element was our shiny black vinyl dance floor.

Hire the best photographer and videographer you can afford, and do your best to get to know them before the big day. These professionals are with you all day! You want them to be experienced, calm under pressure and willing to take charge. I know they’re expensive when they’re good… but trust me, they’re well worth it!

Photography: Pezz Photo | Videography: Imprint Cinema | Wedding Dress: Lazaro from Kleinfeld's | Cake: Hands on Sweets | Ceremony Venue: The Academy of the Holy Names Chapel | Reception Venue: Palma Ceia Golf and Country Club | Bridesmaids Dresses: Badgley Mischka | Food: Palma Ceia Golf and Country Club | Entertainment: Daniel Giron | Entertainment: Mr. Timbalero | DJ: DJ Papi | Groom's Attire: Suit Supply | Groomsmen's Attire: Vera Wang Black by Men's Wearhouse | Dance Floor: IM Events | Party Rentals: Imperial Party Rental and Linens & Beyond

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Elegant Tropical Miami Beach Wedding

Miami is home to some of the most awe inspiring weddings out there. Fabulous spaces, jaw dropping backdrops, gowns and gowns and gowns for days. And this wedding is no different…it’s Miami with a decidedly destination feel. Full of color, soul and everything beautiful in the world of weddings. With images from Katie Lopez Photography with planning and design by Miranda Hattie, this is a wedding worth devouring.

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From Miranda Hattie EventsThis beautiful wedding takes all the best parts of Miami–the bright colors, the swaying palms, the modern vibe, the glamour and of course, the beach–and wraps it all up in one amazing package.

Mina and Manny were searching for a vacation spot for their guests, many of whom traveled from Turkey, as well as the perfect venue to support their vision of rustic elegance and outdoor dining and dancing under the stars. The Raleigh Hotel in South Beach was the perfect solution, as it features a large garden oasis with cabanas, bistro lights and lots of tropical foliage plus gave guests the opportunity to stay on the beach. With the venue secure, the style became one of romantic, modern elegance with a hint of tropical flair. The color palette was developed to enhance the lush setting, using white, ivory, blush and pale green with deeper greens and bits of silver, rich pink, orchid and plum. The ceremony was held in the garden, where the natural green backdrop was dressed up with a natural wood arch and the aisle was defined with glowing silver lanterns.

Following the ceremony, guests were escorted to a row of black and white striped cabanas, where they were served delicious small bites catered by acclaimed chef Michael Schwartz. Friends and family dined under a canopy of lights at tables dressed with elegant yet eclectic arrangements of tropical blooms. It was the kind of night where you just want to sit under the stars and soak in the dreaminess, true Miami Beach perfection.

Photography: Katie Lopez Photography | Event Design: Miranda Hattie Events | Event Planning: Miranda Hattie Events | Floral Design: Anthology Co. | Wedding Dress: Vera Wang | Cake: Earth And Sugar | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Adrianna Papell | Hair And Makeup: Makeup By Marz | Hotel: The Raleigh | Linens: Over The Top Linens | Photo Booth: Capture POD

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Romantic Vintage Inspired Wedding at The Cooper Estate

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.  I hope that’s true, because if I were to marry tomorrow, I would literally copy every.last.detail of this wedding.  From the rich burgundy and gold color palette to the sophisticated vintage vibe to the stunning setting (helloooo, Cooper Estate).  All captured by Shea Christine, you can see the world’s most beautiful wedding right here in the full gallery

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From the beautiful Bride… The vision I had in mind while planning the wedding was “Vintage Elegance.” The Cooper Estate had the perfect aesthetic to go along with my vision! I also wanted it to feel warm and romantic, so I chose burgundy and gold tones, along with some light peach and ivory accents.

My lace wedding gown with a keyhole back achieved exactly the vintage feel I was going for, and my hair and makeup artists specialized in creating vintage-inspired looks. I wanted to find a way incorporate my creative side, so I decided to include a few hand-written decorative signs. One of my favorite wedding details was using the antique skeleton keys, which I collect, for our friends and family to share with us their “key to a successful marriage.” I feel like the floral design pulled everything together and was exactly what I had envisioned. Julia did an incredible job!

Photography: Shea Christine Photography | Cinematography: Andreo Studio | Floral Design: Julia Rohde Designs | Wedding Dress: Maggie Sottero | Cake: Ana Paz Cakes | Hair And Makeup: Artistic Impressions By Rivier | Groom's Attire: Ted Barry Tuxedos | Wedding Venue: The Cooper Estate | Music: Let's Party DJ

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Country Chic Florida Farm Wedding

As I read the lovely story from Amalie Orrange, describing her beautiful day photographing this adorable couple, I could barely contain my excitement to dive into these images. Filled with some of the most gorgeous light I’ve seen, this springtime celebration was all sunny skies and smiles, warming my heart immediately. See why I’m in such a great mood with all these pretty pics right this way!

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From Amalie Orrange Photography Katie and Austin were married at Isola Farms in Groveland, Florida. This is a cute as can be family farm that has been turned into a wedding venue and it has true Florida southern style.

There are days that just seem to click. Days where everything is just as it should be. Days that you don’t want to end. Days that every person you meet seems a bit friendlier, the flowers a bit brighter, the sun a bit more golden. Those days when you feel that everything and everyone is exactly as it should be. We love those days, especially when we get to share them with people like Katie and Austin.

We have worked with Katie in the past – she is the stylist, artist and amazing creative designer at RW Events – and each time we have worked with her we were blown away. Needless to say, we were beyond honored to be asked to photographed her day. Also, needless to say, we were a bit nervous as well. There is always butterflies, that is how I know that we still love what we do. The vision that she described was as down to earth as it was over the top. She wanted a feel that said ‘come in, everyone is welcome and everyone is family.’ With that being said, it’s much easier to say you want that feeling than it is to actually capture that feeling. You can have everything look exactly as you have dreamed and still have that SOMETHING missing. But Katie and Austin had it all. They knew that you can have the most beautiful venue, the prettiest flowers, the sunniest day, but without the true, genuine warmth of an inviting smile and a sincere ‘I’m glad you could make it and you are very important to us’ attitude, it’s still just pretty things.

Katie greeted everyone she saw with a giddy excitement that was nothing short of contagious. And even though I was meeting Austin for the first time that day, he made me feel like I was one of the most important parts of the day and he was just as happy to meet me as he was to greet an old member of the family. That is the welcome, come in and join our family feeling that Katie and Austin bring, something that we are so grateful for.

From the quiet moments before the ceremony to Katie’s dad officiating his daughter’s wedding, to the first dance under the golden sky, back-dropped by an American flag, to the cowboy boots, to the sweeping pastures, to the dancing, to the little things like the firm handshakes and warm hugs, everything was as it should be because of two people with a love that they felt everyone should share in. It was a truly magical day!

Photography: Amalie Orrange Photography | Floral Design : Flowers By Lesley | Wedding Dress: Alvina Valenta | Cake : The Sugar Suite | Catering : Big City Catering | Hair And Makeup: BRIDES BE BEAUTIFUL By Jasmine Doublette | DJ: Soundwave Entertainment Systems | Groom's Attire: Men's Wearhouse | Groomsmen's Attire: Men's Wearhouse | Wedding Venue: Isola Farms | Bridal Boutique: Calvet Couture | Event Planning And Coordination: RW Events | Stationery And Paper Goods : Dogwood Blossom Stationery | Vintage Furniture Rentals : RW Events

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