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Nautical Navy & Pink Florida Wedding

You guys, KT Merry has done it again. She’s gone and captured a wedding we adore and if preppy stripes and pint sized sailors are your thing, then we invite you to come join the party. First stop? The Vault, where you can find every single moment beautifully designed by the talents at Posh Parties. They absolutely nailed the nautical theme without feeling overly “themed” and to that we say, thank you!


From the couple… Charlie and Lindsey were high school sweethearts in Jupiter, Florida. Through years apart in college and pursuing their goals, they found themselves drawn together repeatedly despite distance and obstacles. After finally managing to be in the same place at the same time, Charlie got down on one knee on the very same beach where they met that lucky night 10 years prior. The wedding took place at Charlie’s family home on Jupiter Island.

Charlie and Lindsey wanted a relaxed and welcoming feel with a nautical touch for the wedding including live music on the dock for cocktail hour, lawn games and dancing under a beautifully decorated tent. The bride & groom’s love of the water, and the groom’s own business building boats, made the nautical theme a natural choice. It was nodded to throughout the day with rope as napkin ties and an oversize compass decal on the dance floor, along with custom navy and white linens in the tent. The groom even built a boat, which held beverages during the cocktail reception.

From the Bride... During the planning stages, there was a specific point that really stands out. About 4 months before the wedding, the bride got a call that the church had accidentally double booked the wedding day. As a solution, Charlie and Lindsey were married at the church on Friday, the day before the originally planned wedding, in a small, intimate ceremony with only their family present. What was initially a potential disaster ended up being the bride and groom’s best decision of the wedding. Being officially “already married” allowed the bride and groom to relax and really enjoy the big event.

My favorite part of the wedding was the cocktail hour food, even though I didn’t get to eat much of it! And my favorite moment was dancing on the dance floor surrounded by all of our friends and family. It was magic, like you could feel and see the happiness glowing around us.

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Photography: KT Merry Photography | Event Planning: Posh Parties | Wedding Dress: Anna Maier | Catering: White Apron Catering | Calligraphy : Laura Hooper Calligraphy | Band: Elan Artists | Groomsmen Ties: Kiel James Patrick | Groom's Attire: Ralph Lauren | Groomsmen Attire: J.Crew | Venue: At Home | Tent: Regency Party Rentals | Decor: Richard Grille Events | Lawn Games: Etsy | Photo Booth: Funtastic Photos

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Anthropologie Inspired Wedding

What do you get when you pair a wedding with an Anthropologie designer? Umm, you get vintage gorgeousness done so very right. And the bet part? For a girl that gets to play with pretty stuff all day, she managed to incorporate the stuff in a way that feels so loving, so thoughtful, so incredibly “right.” With photos from Beca Companion, this wedding is loveliness defined. More here!


From the bride…As cliche as it sounds, our story can be summed up in four words: love at first sight. We met at a college bible study and the second we saw each other, we knew. There was this feeling deep down that one day we would be husband and wife. Fast forward three years, one dog and thousands of text messages, Adrian proposed–completely out of the blue. I always thought I would know the day he proposed, but when I walked over the hill at a park one Sunday, my heart stopped beating as I saw him standing in a field surrounded by candles and holding flowers. When he asked me to marry him, I could only say yes. I can’t imagine my life without him by my side.

Our day was nothing short of magical. With the help of family and friends, it was a mixture of handmade touches and Etsy findings as we tried to combine the old and the new together. We built signs for the pathway leading from the ceremony to the reception that had the traditional vows written on them, and my flower crown was handmade using the base of my mom’s veil. We loved the search that came about with our wedding to find the perfect venue, the perfect wedding cake topper (ReadyGo on Etsy), and the perfect send off. As difficult as it was to DIY most of our wedding and plan it ourselves, it made the big day that much more special.

Photography: Beca C Photography | Videography: Regan Kramer | Florist: Flower City Florist | Cake: Amy Ramsaran | Make Up: Stephanie Willacey | Makeup: Stephanie Willacey | DJ: Regis Kramer | Bridal Dress: David's Bridal | Bridal Shoes: Anthropologie | Ceremony + Reception: Bonnette Hunt Club Lodge + Banquet Facility | Menswear: Topman

Jupiter Lighthouse Engagement Shoot from Jillian Tree Photography

You’ve probably guessed by now that I am an uber-romantic.  That I’m the kind of girl that stays up until the wee hours of the morning watching Jane Eyre’s 100th showing, cry while reading greeting cards and count Pride & Prejudice as the greatest novel ever written.  You guessed right.  And on top of all of that total love of all things girly, I also happen to be the kind of gal that gets all kinds of excited for some e-session lovely.  An e-session, in fact, like this darling day captured by Jillian Tree Photography.  Because this, my friends, is romance and then some and you can see it all right here in the full gallery.

From Jillian Tree PhotographyBritnye & Phil wanted their engagement photos to be at the Jupiter Lighthouse since she lived really close by, so we started there and also headed to River Bend Park after an outfit change.

Photography: Jillian Tree Photography