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Italian Proposal, Miami Engagement Shoot; These Two Know How to Pick Pretty Places

These two have a lot of pressure for their nuptials come February. After saying “YES” in Venice and having their engagement pics captured by Emily Katharine at the visually stunning Villa Vizcaya in Miami, the level of beauty just continues to rise. But if all these pics are any indication, the romance will be on thing we don’t have to worry about – see all their love in our Vault right this way!

From Emily Katharine Photography… Josh and Patricia are such a sweet couple! They met while Patricia was interning in Charlotte. After a few dates, they realized how much they had in common – from their values and life goals to their faith. These two keep each other laughing! They love spending time together – whether it is celebrating the simple moments while cooking dinner or globe trotting to a new country across the globe.

I had always dreamed of photographing at the Villa Vizcaya in Miami. When I heard that Josh had proposed to Patricia while on a gondola in Venice, this seemed like the perfect opportunity to continue their Italian-inspired love story! There is nothing else like the intricate details and stunning architecture at this gorgeous villa. Patricia carried a lush bouquet filled with roses, ranunculus, and hydrangeas.

Thomas and I were thrilled to document this piece of their love story and we can’t wait to celebrate their marriage with them in February!

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Photography: Emily Katharine Photography | Floral Design: Inna Olimpiyuk Events | Blue Dress: Lilly Pulitzer | Blush Dress: Badgley Mischka | Bridal Boutique: Rent The Runway | Film Processing: Richard Photo Lab | Location: Vizcaya Museum And Gardens

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Who Says Bridesmaids Need to Wear Dresses?

This gorgeous Bride and her pretty ‘maids might take the award for best dressed bridal party ever. Not only did Georgia’s girls embrace the mismatched and pattern trends, but some of them also rocked some fabulous rompers. And tropical blooms from KITANIM, a floral design and event company, brought the whole look together perfectly. See it all from EvanR Photography in The Vault!

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From KitanimFebruary 27 was a perfect Miami winter day for bride and groom, Georgia and Tom. Casual and chic tropical was the design direction we were given as the floral design team and we ran with that motif utilizing tropical protea and fuchsia dendrobiums for a pop of wow color. The bride’s mom, Mary, is a special lady, saving and hand packing and color coding approximately 500 vases that were collected from Georgia’s childhood home. If you look closely on the rustic tablescapes, you will see trinket remnants from Georgie’s glittered Halloween costumes over the years. The bride wore a gorgeous delicate yet powerfully hued hair halo. Fairchild Tropical Gardens allowed the retro Food Truck to make its appearance as dinner fare for the guests who dined under romantic bistro lights and headed indoors to the reception area for dancing and more fun. Bridesmaids wore shades of green textured dresses and rompers as they walked down the aisle. With a multitude of vendors, the planner really orchestrated the group especially in her curation of antique furniture for the reception lounge.

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Photography: Evan Rich, EvanR Photography | Event Planning: Desiree Dawn Events | Floral Design: KITANIM, a floral design and event company | Catering: Rent A Bartender | Catering: Curbside Gourmet | Hair + Makeup: Jennifer Cruz | Lighting: Epic Lighting | Venue: Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden | Antique Rentals: Paula Roemer Inc. Antiques and Consignment Shop | Linen Rentals: Chateau Alice Designs | Rentals: Atlas Party Rental | Rentals: Simple Rustic Event Rentals

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This Enchanted Wedding Has Everything Coming Up Roses

You know how some people are just natural trendsetters? This gorgeous Bride is one of them. Even before Pantone named rose quartz and serenity the 2016 Colors of the Year, this Bride worked with the lovely JCG Events LLC to create a dreamy rose quartz, serenity and gold wedding with cherry blossoms, a classic coke Bottle escort card display and sweet vintage rentals from Unearthed Vintage. See it all from Shea Christine Photography and Pin Wheel Film Company in The Vault!

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From JCG Events LLCCourtney and Byron wed at the Vizcaya Museum & Gardens on March 13th. We loved working closely with this couple and especially with the mother of the bride, Cecile. All the details were carefully thought through and chosen. Everything came together perfectly to create a magical evening.

The color palette for the wedding was Rose quartz and Serenity with soft touches of gold, and was selected even before it was named Pantone color of the year for 2016. This was the basis for the design starting from the soft serene hues of the bridesmaids dresses to the pale rose cherry blossoms that marked the altar. The clear top tent for the reception was lined with bistro lights that created a warm and inviting glow throughout the evening. The escort card table was lined with classic coke bottles with hand written tags, paying homage to the Father of the Brides time working at the company. The royal table had custom “share-a-coke” bottles that were used as the place cards.

One of the couple’s top priorities was the food. They wanted to make sure to have a custom menu that was reflective of them and their taste, that they can enjoy with their closest families and friends with nearly 200 guests that had traveled from all over to attend their wedding. Prior to the ceremony guests were greeted with an array of fruit infused water. After the ceremony guests were greeted with Miami mules served in copper mugs and traditional mojitos. Cocktail hour’s hors d’oeuvres consisted of some Southern favorite’s like truffle mac n’cheese and fried green tomatoes with basil aioli. Guests were then invited to the reception where it was a plated menu which included a trio appetizer of lobster bisque shooter, shrimp and grits and bacon cup with shaved lettuce, Florida avocados and a quail egg. For the main entrée guests had the option between short rib or chicken and waffles.

Guests danced the night away! They enjoyed some late night snacks and the delicious array of desserts and wedding cake. At the end of the evening Courtney and Byron were sent off with their guests waving glow sticks as they got into their vintage Bentley to began their happily ever after.

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Photography: Shea Christine Photography | Cinematography: Pinwheel Film Company | Event Planning: JCG Events | Floral Design: Julia Rohde Designs | Catering: Suzanne Michael Haute Cuisine | Hair + Makeup: Tatjana Terzic | DJ: DJ PAZ | Officiant: Father Joaquin Perez | Ceremony Music: Mike Sipe Entertainment | Transportation: Padrino's | Venue: Vizcaya Museum & Gardens | Cake + Desserts: Cloud 9 Bakery | Getting Ready Venue: Royal Sonesta | Invitations + Stationery: Alexandra Scillieri Design | Rentals, Lighting + Sound Equipment: Evoga Events | Tent Rentals: Sperry Tents | Vintage Rentals + Lighting: Unearthed Vintage

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