Key West Wedding from Lauren Kinsey
October 21, 2013
Classic WeddingsModernBeach Weddings
Here at SMP, we're always on board for a good beach affair. And when it's shot by the likes of Lauren Kinsey? Even better. Think coastal beauty meets modern design, with splashes of black, white and blush woven in for good measure. To see this wedding is to LOVE it, so let's keep this pretty party going in the full gallery over here.
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From Lauren Kinsey.. Claire and Adam's wedding was held at the beautiful Casa Marina resort in Key West, Florida. I loved all the modern elements of this wedding, in a color palette of black and white, with a few touches of some blushes and mint.

Claire is a very talented interior designer based in the Atlanta area, and Adam is a private airplane pilot for a corporation. Because Claire is very serious about her design aesthetic, Claire hired
Peggy of Destination Wedding Studio and Peter Gran Bek of Milan Events to execute this wedding to perfection. Claire's Aunt is also a jewelry designer and designed the couple's rings as well as many of the pieces of jewelry that Claire accessorized her Kenneth Poole gown with.

From the Bride... Adam and I picked Key West because we went to The Casa Marina on our first trip together. He flew me down there himself in his teeny, tiny plane. While I have always loved Key West (it's kooky like me), I fell in love with The Casa for its beautiful architecture, with it's old world and new age feeling.

I'm an interior designer, which means I know exactly what I want all the time. So, I was very involved in every decision. Luckily, I had a team with not only the patience to guide me through the technical details, but also with the bevvy of talent necessary to execute my vision above what I could even imagine. From sketching the save the date, to making scaled models of every single paper good, to sourcing the shell pink runner at the ceremony, the buffalo check tablecloths and the Annabelle's candy in guests' welcome boxes - I put my hands in every single detail.

I also loved Reverend Eddie and how he matched his scarf (not the right word) to the runner - do you know he was on Million Dollar Listing!