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Cheeca Lodge + Spa

If you’re looking for a take-your-breath-away stunning spot to tie the knot, Cheeca Lodge + Spa is a must see! This lush, oceanfront retreat located in Islamorada, Florida Keys has been around since 1946 and was named to Travel + Leisure’s “500 Greatest Hotels in the World”!  Intimate and incredibly relaxing, Cheeca is known for warm Altantic Ocean breezes, lush grounds, high-end accommodations and secluded beaches, PERFECT for a destination wedding with your nearest and dearest!

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Whether you opt for an al fresco event with your toes in the sand or a more traditional fête held in the lavish Bougainvillea Ballroom, you’ll be in good hands with the award-winning staff at Cheeca. You and your guests will undoubtably enjoy relaxing on the beach (or at the pool!) while soaking in the beauty of the island! Foodies will delight in Cheeca’s four award-winning restaurants (Atlantic’s Edge, Limoncello, Nikai Sushi +Tiki Bar) as well as their gorgeous spa offering everything from massages to custom facials!  Your guests will be at no shortage for things to do (besides celebrating you and your hubby, of course!) with activities from fishing to golf to windsurfing!

With all of this amazing-ness tucked away at Cheeca Lodge + Spa, it’s no wonder it’s gained a reputation as a world-class resort. I’m thinking your guests will be thanking you for getting hitched in the Keys! Click here to start planning! xo

Photo Credits: Ambrosio Photography / Bob Care Photography / Domino Arts Photography / Belinda Serata Photography / McLaughlin Photo & Video / Parrish Designs / Floral Fantasy



Fort Lauderdale Wedding from Meghan Stewart Photography + J Morgan Flowers

We had a visit from the Wedding Fairy at lunch time, and she dropped off a soiree that is going to make the girly girls week in the knees at the first sight of pink, the classic brides blush at the first bowtie spotting, and the floral fanatics more than a little gleeful at the first bouquet from J Morgan Flowers. It’s a wedding that is perfect for everyone and it’s captured magnificently by Meghan Stewart Photography. Click here for more!

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I was totally caught by surprise when one night Rob told our dog ‘Mahi” to give me a kiss and there on the collar was an engagement ring…..Rob quickly feel to his knees to ask me to be his wife…it was a very sureal moment, and of course I said “yes’!

Planning the wedding had some difficulties as we lived almost a 5 hour drive from where we were getting married and meeting vendors was sometimes a struggle as they work weekends and that was when we were available. My favorite vendor was Jacqueline at J Morgan Flowers. She really took the time to get to know me, my style and the vision I had for the wedding as well as making me happy she had to make my parents happy too! When I saw my bouquet I was speachless. Jacqueline asked for a family heirloom to attach to the handle, as she passed the bouquet to me there was my great grandmothers hankie. Somehow seeing this made the day become real and I was really getting married in a few hours.

When I walked into the church and I saw Rob for the first time it was as if everyone else dissapeared and it was just us… I don’t really remember anything about the ceremony other than seeing him and knowing it was all ok!

Our main aim other than getting married was really for everyone to have a great time… our DJ delviered! People called us the next day to say how muhc fun they had, and that was exactly what we wanted.

Photography: Meghan Stewart Photography / Florist: J Morgan Flowers / Ceremony Venue: Church by the Sea / Reception Venue: Hyatt Pier 66 / Hair: Tina Squadrito / Makeup: Alexandra Squadrito / Wedding Gown: Paloma Blanca, from Bleu Belle Bridal / Shoes: Kate Spade / Stationery: EV Creations / Favors: Glass / Tuxedo: Mens Wearhouse / Entertainment: Anthony Bonomo

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Hollywood Wedding at Hillcrest Golf & Country Club by J Morgan Flowers

You know you’ve met a keeper when your very first conversation with him happenings to be about weddings! And that’s just what this adorable couple discussed upon first meeting. And it looks like all that talk paid off because this my friends, is one drop dead gorgeous wedding! With incredible floral displays  (check out that chuppah!) by J Morgan Flowers, and stunning images by Jeff Kolodny Photography, this traditional wedding is definitely one for the record books. Click here for even more gorgeousness!

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From J Morgan FlowersMichelle and Aron were destined to get married! They have mutual friends who tried to set them up several times to no avail … eventually they met and the first conversation they had happened to be about weddings! The couple lived in Chicago, so this was a destination wedding for them and understanding the vision of the wedding was very important.

They chose the symbol of a tree/branches for their chuppah, ketubah, guest book and table centerpieces — much like a tree, they have grown so much as individuals over their lifetime, their roots strongly planted in their Jewish heritage and their commitment to their family and friends. They look forward to the endless possibilities of their intertwined life as a couple in the years to come. Tu B’ Shevat, the 15th day of the Jewish month of Shevat, was celebrated during the week of their wedding and is a holiday also known as the New Year for the Trees. Prior to their wedding, Michelle and Aron made a donation to the Jewish National Fund to plant trees in Israel in memory of their family members who are longer with us.

The custom chuppah, the symbol of the new house the couple are creating together, was made of curly willow branches entwined with hydrangeas, roses, spray roses, orchids and tulips in soft shades of pinks and lavenders. I love sentimental details, so we used a family heirloom brooch to attach to the bride’s bouquet, a loose handtie of soft pinks. We decorated the ballroom with two styles of centerpieces to add dimension to the room — one was tall curly willow with blooming orchids and dripping with crystals, the other was a loose dome of cascading tulips, orchids and wisps of curly willow.

Wedding Photography: Jeff Kolodny Photography / Wedding Venue: Hillcrest Golf & Country Club in Hollywood, Florida / Floral Design: J Morgan Flowers / Wedding Cinematography: Ruben Senderey of Senderey Video / Wedding Cake: Ana Paz Cakes / Monogram, Program, Menu, Table Numbers + Graphic Details: Belletristics / DJ: Liquid DJs / Linens: Over the Top / Favors: Fortunately Yours, Inc. / Wedding Dress: Allure Bridals via Happy Bride Couture / Bride’s Shoes: Glint “Devyn” via Nordstrom / Hair + Makeup: Tatjana Terzic / Groom’s Tuxedo: Custom by Raja Fashions

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Tampa Wedding by at The RITZ YBOR by Marissa Moss Photography

Wow. Not only was this wedding absolutely gorgeous, it sounds like it was one amazing day! After reading the bride’s description of her day, I am totally longing to go to a wedding just like this one where guests were entertained all day and night with super cool surprises like when the groom serenaded his bride. So cute and romantic! Marissa Moss Photography captured all the details and special moments while Simply Cinematic played a same day edit video of the couple while they were getting ready for the ceremony. Click here for so much more!

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From the Bride… When Joey and I first crossed paths in 2008 at the University of Florida School of Theatre and Dance, we discovered that we were born in the same hospital, that I had attended the same high school as his mother, and that parts of our families had already known each other for years. This was only the beginning of the parallel universe we seemed to be living in. We wanted our wedding to be a culmination of the influences, events and traditions that lead us to this point in our lives.

Our ceremony and reception venues were a great jumping off point for our planning because they fit with our initial theme and concept of tradition and history. Four generations of women in my family have been married at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Tampa, so it was an obvious choice. The second we stepped foot into the Ritz Theatre in Ybor City, we knew that between the full proscenium stage, the checkered dance floor, the overall warmth and the vastness of the space, it would suit our performance backgrounds and personalities perfectly. We did not necessarily want a movie-themed wedding, but we couldn’t ignore the fact that the reception was taking place in an old movie theatre, and that both Joey and I have a history in entertainment. We were able to find a nice balance of elements. On the exterior of the reception venue, our names adorned the marquee along with engagement photos displayed in the windows like movie posters. The guests entered through the main doorway where they made their entrance on the red carpet. Once inside the main corridor, there were two rooms for guests to mingle during the cocktail hour. The room on the right was “the bride’s room,” and the room on the left was the “the groom’s room.” Joey and I selected our own signature drinks and favorite appetizers to be served in our respective rooms.

Because our ceremony started at 2:30 in the afternoon, and the reception wasn’t to end until midnight, we worked very hard on the timeline of the wedding. We wanted to keep our guests engaged so that we did not lose them by 10 p.m. Throughout the night, we felt as though all of that planning definitely paid off.  We came up with several events beyond the usual speeches, dances, cake cutting and bouquet toss to fill in the time. Joey sang me a surprise song right after our first dance, which got our guests (and me) going crazy. This was my favorite memory of the night. My parents, Joey and I created an easy four step dance that we quickly taught to the guests and performed together to the song “More” by Bobby Darin in honor of my Nana who recently passed away. Finally, the same-day edit video. Simply Cinematic had shot an engagement session of Joey and I a few weeks before our wedding day. They combined it with footage of us getting ready, of the ceremony at the church and of the beginning of the reception and played it for all our guests on a large screen using a projector. It was absolutely amazing!

The final part of the night was the after party. One of the cocktail hour rooms was transformed into a nightclub, and the other was transformed into a dessert room. We had also been collecting tons of party props such as hats, glasses, boas, necklaces, masks, mustaches and more to use for the after party. You could not even recognize some people because they were disguised from head to toe in party gear. It was awesome because it gave everyone their second wind and another element of surprise. We really wanted to keep our guests entertained throughout the entire night, and I think that is exactly what we did. From performances to party gear, there was truly never a dull moment. The band did not stop playing and the dance floor was never bare. I think that our wedding was a success because everyone there was actively sharing in our love and celebration.  

Wedding Photography: Marissa Moss Photography / Ceremony: Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Tampa, Florida/ Reception: The RITZ YBOR in Tampa, Florida / Floral + Event Design: MMD Events / Wedding Coordination: Karen Wilson + Mary Alice Collins / Wedding Cinematography: Simply Cinematic / Catering: CDB’s Southside / Wedding Cake: Chocolate Pi / Monogram + Wedding Invitation Design: URBANcoast / Wedding Invitations: Smock / Band: Southtown Fever / Chair + Table Rentals: PKS Rentals / Wedding Dress: San Patrick via The Dressing Room / Bride’s Earrings + Shawl: From Her Great-Grandmother / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Bill Levkoff

Boca Raton Wedding at The Addison by Soul Echo Studios

Wrapping up the week is this gorgeous Boca Raton fete captured oh-so-perfectly by Soul Echo Studios. This reception location is to die for beautiful and totally romantic under the banyan trees. It’s like a super chic jungle with dinner and dancing! And what’s not to love about that?! Click here for the entire day, you won’t be disappointed!

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From Soul Echo StudiosThis was a beautiful outdoor wedding surrounded by tall banyan trees. It had plenty of gorgeous decor full of orchids and lots of details to inspire brides. A very elegant couple and nice locations.

Jessica and Justin got ready at the Boca Resort in Boca Raton, Florida. They did a first look at the hotel where most of the portraits were done. The ceremony and reception took place outdoors at the Spanish-style location The Addison among towering banyan trees. Jessica changed outfits into a party dress half way through the reception.

Wedding Photography: Alex of Soul Echo Studios / Wedding Venue: The Addison in Boca Raton, Florida / Floral Design: Joan of Tropical Elegance / Wedding Dress: Christos / Bride’s Shoes: Angela Nuran / Hair + Makeup: Jenna Marie of Kiss This Makeup / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Bill Levkoff / Groom’s Tuxedo: Marc Ecko

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Miami Wedding by The Big Day Wedding Photography

Okay, so this bride is totally the cutest. We’re loving her sweet and simple style from her all white bouquet to her gorgeously natural wavy hair, this girl has the whole natural bridal day look down to a T. We’re pretty sure that this wedding was one fun party judging by the fab images from The Big Day Wedding Photography. And how cute are those little ring bearers?! You can see them and so much more right here in the full gallery!

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Anais and James wanted their wedding to be comfortable, fun and joyous day where everyone could feel the amount of love between them. Family and friends traveled to the wedding from as far away as Washington and Canada. The bride used her teacher skills to create many DIY items that were used as décor. From invitations to straw flags, personalized items were all over this event. The wedding took place at The Knight’s Loft on Bayshore, located in Miami. The beautiful hardwood floors set a comfortable atmosphere for the ceremony. Nephews of the groom walked before the bride with a cute sign that read “Here Comes the Bride” (for the recession, they flipped it, and it read “Just Married.” The bride wore a lacy trumpet-style dress, while bridesmaids wore off-the-shoulder, navy blue dresses. Groomsmen welcomed guests with black and blue converse — the groom’s idea. While guests enjoyed cocktail hour, the bridal party took some amazing pictures just outside of the building. The gray building was a great backdrop. The bride and groom also took some shots on the water.

Dinner took place in the dining room of the Knight’s Loft on Bayshore. The modern loft space was filled with purple lighting that created an elegant vibe during dinner. After dinner, guests went straight to the dance floor. Most guests danced the night away in flip-flops provided by the bride and groom. During breaks from dancing, most guests took part of the super-fun, faux photo booth. Props included hats, frames, and chalk board signs. The bride even created ties, lips and mustaches on sticks to allow guests to take some funny photos. As the party wrapped up, guests lit sparklers and created an arch for the bride and groom to exit through. It the type of exit that all brides and grooms deserve!

Wedding Photography: Eve Greendale + Kimberly Stanton of The Big Day Wedding Photography / Wedding Venue: The Knights Loft on Bayshore in Miami, Florida / Event Planning, Floral Design + Catering: Best Miami Weddings / Wedding Coordination: Vicky Martinez / Officiant: Dr. Kenneth Claus / Wedding Cake: Cake Designs by Edda / Cake Topper + “Here Comes the Bride” Sign: Party City / Cookie Station, Bar Decor, Sparkler Exit + Seating Chart: DIY by the Bride / DJ + Lighting: Promo DJs / Wedding Dress: DH Gate / Bride’s Shoes: Paris Hilton / Hair: Elise Klinsport / Makeup: Makeup by Elvi / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Bari Jay / Men’s Shoes: Converse

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Redlands Koi Gardens Engagement Session by Elaine Palladino Photography

These two cutie pies have a lot to celebrate and it all began with a surprise proposal on St. Lucia! Their gorgeous e-session was captured brilliantly by Elaine Palladino Photography and judging by the description of their wedding plans, their day is not only going to be off the charts fun, but super meaningful to boot! We can’t wait to see it! See even more of their adorable session right here.

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From the Groom-to-Be… Mallory’s birthday was approaching, and it was her GOLDEN birthday. I wanted to make this birthday was a special one and decided to take her on a surprise getaway. Little did she know, it would truly be a birthday weekend that she would never forget. For months, I had kept giving Mallory clues about their mystery destination and would tell her their trip was to Alaska. Departure day arrived — Thanksgiving Day — and very early in the morning we off to the airport. Mallory was still in the dark about where we were going, and I had the ring hidden in my carry on. While I was checking in at the kiosk, Mallory looked at the computer and saw we were going to St. Lucia! It was a wonderful trip full of surprises — besides the engagement! We toured the island, visited a drive-through volcano, bathed in the hot springs and mud baths and went zip-lining.

After a fun filled weekend, the last thing Mallory was expecting was a proposal. I had told Mallory that we were going to have a romantic dinner on the beach — the whole time Mallory was thinking this was for her birthday. As Mallory was finishing up getting ready in the bathroom, I slipped the ring into my pocket. The nerves were getting to me, and I thought that she would for sure see the ring box in my pocket. We walked up to a beautiful gazebo with a view of the gorgeous mountains in St. Lucia. It was the perfect setting for a romantic evening. As we went through the first course and drank champagne, I decided it was time. I began telling Mallory all the reasons I was thankful that she was in my life — after all it was Thanksgiving weekend. At no point did she think anything was out of the ordinary. I finally pushed back the chair from the table, and that was when Mallory knew. I  got down on one knee and asked, “Mallory Elyse Ross, will you marry me?” After wiping away the tears, Mallory said, “Yes!”

From the Couple… Our wedding is going to be both modern and traditional but most of all FUN!! Jonathan ran an entertainment company before moving to Florida, and Mallory knows how to party. There are high expectations for this big day, and some of our friends have already dubbed it as “the wedding of the year.” We both know what we want and refuse to settle. The wedding is going to be set in stages and with the amount of people coming from out of town, we want to have it all in one venue. It will begin with a traditional ceremony with a three-part orchestra setting the stage. We will be writing our own vows and confess our love for one another in front of our family and dearest friends. We are planning a first look so that we can enjoy our guests and every part of the day. After greeting all of our friends and family in a receiving line, we will move into the cocktail hour with a steel drum band to showcase our Caribbean heritage. The reception venue over looks downtown Miami and the music will be provided by Jonathan’s friends and business partners. This is when the fun begins! Great people, great music and a once-in-a-lifetime event calls for a celebration.

Photography: Elaine Palladino Photography / Engagement Session Venue: Redland Koi Gardens in Redland, Florida / Bride’s Attire: Target / Groom’s Attire: Old Navy, Guess + Express

Gasparilla Inn & Club Wedding by Bob Care Photography

We have such a beauty to share with you this morning thanks to the talented team behind the lens at Care Studios! It’s the type of fête people flock to Florida for, and the lush backdrop of the island of Boca Grande (a place near and dear to the Groom and his family) provided the perfect place for the pretty to unfold. The Bride, a blogger on Huffington Post Weddings, was able to put all her talents to work leading up to this stylish soiree, and you can see it all come to life in the full gallery of images!

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From the Bride… Rob and I met at George’s at the Cove in La Jolla. We were both living in San Diego while completing our post-doctoral work. Two weeks after our first date, Rob found out he would be moving to Seattle in just a few short months for work. We both knew we’d found “The One.” Nothing was going to keep us apart! I quit my job and packed up to move with him to Seattle just *two months* after our first date! It was the best decision of my life. We became engaged eight months into our relationship, and the engagement lasted one year.

Boca Grande Island is the best-kept secret around. It is timeless beauty and tranquility. Rob has wonderful memories of growing up and vacationing in the area with his grandmother and grandfather. It meant the world to us to have our wedding on the most beautiful island imaginable with all of the people we love. Our family and friends came from all corners of the US to be with us, and we will cherish the memories forever. This was a destination wedding, and we chose to have a romantic, simple and classic theme. The grounds of the Gasparilla Inn are stunning. We didn’t want to distract from the natural beauty of our surroundings; the crisp green of the golf course, the gorgeous water, the views from the gazebo. Rob and I wanted to have our wedding to reflect a timelessness and ease that embodies the island.

As for advice, I also have a wedding blog on Huffington Post where I discuss weddings and relationship issues. As a psychologist, I combine my love for weddings and my love for romance in my work with pre-marital couples. You can check it out here. Do know that all of the planning (and stress!) is so totally worth it. Just remember to plan a wedding in a place that is meaningful for you, and do plan to take your honeymoon right away! Our wedding was the best week of my life, hands down. It brought my husband and I even closer together and far exceeded my expectations.

Wedding Photography: Bob and Mariela of Care Studios / Ceremony: The Golf Course at The Gasparilla Inn & Club in Boca Grande, Florida / Reception: The Gazebo at The Gasparilla Inn & Club in Boca Grande, Florida / Officiant: Pastor Brian Brightly of The Lighthouse United Methodist Church of Boca Grande / Catering + Wedding Cake: The Gasparilla Inn & Club / Wedding Invitations: The American Wedding / Ceremony Violin: Leah Rothe / Reception Music: Black Tie DJs / Wedding Dress: Allure Bridals via Bellevue Bridal Boutique / Bride’s Shoes: Nordstrom / Hair + Makeup: The Gasparilla Inn & Club / Groom’s Attire: Calvin Klein

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Miami Wedding by Elaine Palladino Photography

Some brides would be totally intimidated by a DIY wedding with a guest count of 170, but not this drop dead gorgeous lady! She, along with her closets friends and family spent her entire 6 month engagement getting their crafty-craft on and the result is beyond amazing! Just look at those gorgeous water color invites!!! Elaine Palladino Photography captured all the DIY goodness as well as all those meaningful moments and there’s an entire gallery just bursting with pretty. See it all right here.

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From the Bride… I wanted a New Zealand-style wedding in Miami. In New Zealand, weddings are a lot more relaxed in their style, whereas Miami has a certain glitzy style, which was the opposite of what I wanted. The florist had to bring in all of our flowers from California because I wanted garden roses, lavender, peonies and other varieties that aren’t popular in Miami. Our flower choices fit well with our floral-themed decorations and colors: there were a lot of pinks, corals, gold, lemon and cream (and even a little bit of mustard). We are Jewish, so we had a lot of different aspects to incorporate. Our wedding was an entire weekend experience. My husband’s family hosted both of our out-of-town family and friends for the Friday and Saturday Sabbath meals. On the Saturday, my friend made me the most wonderful Shabbat Kallah (the Jewish version of a bridal shower) with beautiful hand crafts and hilarious games. For the actual wedding, we had custom prayer books made that matched our invitations, and the florist made us simple and elegant chuppah poles, which worked wonderfully with our delicate glass and paper aisle decorations.

We had a relatively short engagement (six months), and I — with a lot of help from friends and my new mother-in-law (my mother was overseas) — spent the entire time making, sticking, designing, stringing, chopping and decorating everything: flags, paper flowers, cupcake toppers, wooden spoons, stickers, invitations, place cards, confetti, signs, paper straws, menu cards and aisle decorations. My favorite detail was the seating chart; I worked on it for hours. I cut and hand painted paper flowers that I wrote everyone’s name on in ink and placed them into a frame.  We had 170 guests, so I needed a solution that would work with that many people.  Everything cute that I saw on websites was for no more than 50 people, so I had to think of a solution myself. In the end, we liked it so much we’ve kept it, repaired it (unfortunately, some names fell after the glass pane broke) and hung it on our wall.

My favorite parts of the day were having my closest family and friends from around the world at the wedding (I had about 30 people travel in from New Zealand, London, Israel, Holland, Los Angeles and New York) and my husband singing me down the aisle. I was so worried we’d both be a nervous wreck, but at that moment we were both brimming with happiness. My advice for other brides would be to make sure you find a wonderful photographer and cinematographer (like we did!). We were so caught up in our responsibilities as Bride/Groom/Hosts that we didn’t get to see what was happening around us. Our guests keep telling us little snippets of the day which they experienced and enjoyed — some things that were planned and others that were not, but most of them were missed by us.

Wedding Photography: Elaine Palladino Photography / Ceremony: DoubleTree by Hilton Grand Hotel Biscayne Bay in Miami, Florida / Reception + Catering: Briza on the Bay in Miami, Florida / Wedding Planning: The Bride & Groom / Floral Design + Wedding Day Set-Up: Epicure / Wedding Cinematography: Senderey Video / Wedding Invitations: DIY by the Bride / Band: The Music Machine / Wedding Dress: Pronovias / Bride’s Shoes: Vivienne Westwood by Melissa “Lady Dragon” / Bride’s Veil: Borrowed from the Bride’ Sister / Groom’s Tuxedo: Made to Measure by AM Bespoke / Groom’s Shoes: ALDO

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Florida Winter Wedding Film from Voila Cinematic

This couple is ridiculously cute. She surprised him with their tuxedo-clad bulldog for pictures. He surprised her with a pair of dream cowboy boots for her wedding day look. If the world were filled with more people like these cutie patooties, it would be a VERY happy place. Their highlight film from Voila Cinematic is one for the books. One to make you smile, and maybe just grab your sweetie for a quick snuggle. It’s perfect.

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Josh and I were both born and raised in Brooksville, Florida. We grew up in the same town and never even met each other until December 23, 2009! We were at the local Applebee’s on Christmas Eve Eve playing a trivia game and we were introduced by a few mutual friends!

We spent the next few months getting to know each other and then we started dating. One year later while traveling in Park City, Utah he asked me to marry him. It was our true winter wonderland!

Which triggered our vision of a winter wonderland in Florida! We both had the same vision…Southern, eclectic, and very RUSTIC! We met with a wedding planner, Mrs. Georgia Watson and fell in love!! From right then and there she got us and exactly what we wanted for our big day! We wanted nothing to match! We also a signature whiskey and hot apple cider cocktail that everyone took home in a mason jars as a thank you!

She then set us up with Botanica International Designs and Ian took our vision and exceeded our expectations times 100! Our photographer Mr. Michael Schuhmann Captured our wedding day and we will forever use him for any other big event/day we will have in the future! He was simply amazing! Our videographer Voila Cinematic put together the most breathtaking video of our wedding that we could have ever imagined! We watched it 22 times in 2 days! It’s like our own little country music video! Love love love it!

Southern hills plantation is the venue where we got hitched and it’s one of the most gorgeous places in Brooksville. Early in our relationship we went there for brunch and I made the comment “if we get married one day…this is we’re it will be” so that happened.

One big thing that was super special at our wedding was not only tricking Josh with a pair of bulldog cuff links but incorporating our dog Tank into the mix. Josh had been asking over and over “can he please be in the wedding?” and I kept telling him NO! What he didn’t know was I had him showing up in a tux for pictures! Josh was so HAPPY! Josh surprised me with a pair of Old Gringo Swarovski crystal cowboy boots that I saw in park city when we got engaged! That was definitely a highlight for me! I rocked them out underneath my Carolina Herrera Gown. We feel that through the help and hard work of our wedding planner, photographers, and videographers we had the wedding that we had dreamed of. Most importantly we had our Winter Wonderland in Florida. Complete with a snow shower after we said ,”I do,” kissed, and as we were introduced for the first time as Mrs and Mr. David.

Photography: Michael Schuhmann Photography / Cinematography: Voila Cinematic, Alex Karas / Winter Decor Elements: Botanica International Design Studio / Event Planning: Georgia Watson Events / Ceremony & Reception Location: Southern Hills Plantation Club / Chairs: Signature Event Rentals / DJ: Grant Hemond and Associates / Make-up: Beauty Brought Out / Linens, Details, Bride Bouquet, Wedding party pinecones, boutonnieres, signs: Georgia Watson Events

Key West Wedding at Southernmost on the Beach by Mec Images

We’re wrapping up another fab week here at SMP Florida with this pretty Key West soiree. These fun loving high school sweethearts knew exactly what they wanted for their big day and they weren’t about to let any conventional wedding ideas hold them back. They opted for a laid back, beach meets barnyard wedding, which is totally fitting since the bride grew up on a farm just a few minutes from the beach. Mec Images captured all the details and you can see all the rest right here in the full gallery!

From the Bride… I was with my husband for nine years before we married. Our friends and family have been there with us every step of the way — from being high school sweethearts and going to college, to graduating and getting grown-up jobs. The one promise we made together while planning this wedding was to keep everything fun … and us. And not get overwhelmed with what a wedding “should be.” The mustaches, mason jars, hand-picked flowers, antique window seating charts, and mustache flasks embodied just that. We decided to let the beach speak for itself and bring a barn yard feel to Key West. Growing up with the beach 15 minutes away but also on a farm really tied our theme together. The bridesmaids and I tied the tags (purchased from Etsy) around the mason jars with a thick hemp. The mustache sticks were a great way for people to start conversations, dance and take amazing pictures with. Overall, the inspiration truly lay behind the fact that we were celebrating our love with the people we cherished. We wouldn’t have changed a thing.

Wedding Photography: Meghan Capozzi Rowe of Mec Images / Wedding Venue: Southernmost on the Beach in Key West, Florida / Event Planning: Megan Jones of Swankey Events / Floral Design: Mama Flowers, Inc. / Wedding Cake: Key West Cakes / Cake Toppers: BHLDN / Table Numbers: zoeveedesign / Paper Heart Guest Book: Celadon Home / Flasks: The Hair of the Dog / Mustaches: The Paper Stache / Wedding Dress: Jenny Packham / Hair + Makeup: Rachael Garzaro of Blushing Bride Hair and Makeup / Bridesmaid’s Dress: BHLDN

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Dover Wedding at Cross Creek Ranch by Tina Bass Photography

This is one of those weddings that’s going to pull at your heartstrings! We’re channeling Cinco de Mayo in early fall with this festive celebration by Tina Bass Photography. Complete with a piñata, mason jars, fire pit and more, the Cross Creek Ranch set the perfect tone for a sophisticated and rustic wedding. There are so many impressive photos from this day that you’ll have to head to the full gallery for more.

From Tina Bass PhotographyI love not only this wedding but also this couple. The wedding was held at the beautiful Cross Creek Ranch and was a Cinco de Mayo celebration! I loved all the pops of color set against such a rustic venue. I met Robyn and James on the day of the wedding because James had a crazy work schedule that didn’t allow any time for an engagement session. It’s always a little nerve-wrecking as a photographer to not really know your clients, but I felt like I was a part of the family from the get-go. They are just such a sweet and appreciative couple with amazing chemistry. Their guests were definitely an extension of them as well. It was truly a photographer’s dream wedding. Not only in details but also in the joy that was in the air that day.

Wedding Photography: Tina Bass Photography / Wedding Venue: Cross Creek Ranch in Dover, Florida / Floral Design: Alta Fleura, LLC / Wedding Invitations: A&P Designs / Wedding Dress: Blue by Enzoani via The White Closet Bridal / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: David’s Bridal

Watersound Wedding from Diva Productions + Paul Johnson Photography

This wedding is a big sigh wrapped up in a bouquet of goosebumps. Not only did the nuptials go down on one of the most amazing beaches I’ve ever seen, but the brides gown? Sigh. The stunning colors and design? Goosebumps. And the artists behind the images – Paul Johnson Photography + Diva Productions? A bouquet of goosebumps with a great big sigh in the middle! Click here for more.

Before we get too far, let’s fall in love with Diva Production‘s take on the day, shall we?

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Now back to Paul Johnson Photography‘s show stopping images…

From Diva Productions … Kristie Arnold and Cameron Conner were married on May 19, 2012 on the First Tee of the Camp Creek Golf Club in Watersound, FL. Their reception was held at the Watersound Beach Club which overlooks one of the most beautiful beaches in the Florida panhandle. Kristie and Cam live in Atlanta, but Kristie has vacationed on this coast her whole life, so she knew she wanted to get married here.  It’s one of those films which I can watch, over and over and not get tired of it. Lovely couple, lovely venue, all round lovely day.

Cinematography: Diva Productions / Song: “This Kind of Love” by Sister Hazel licensed through Song Freedom / Photography: Paul Johnson Photography / Venue: Watersound Beach Club / Coordinator: Shay Bell / Florals and Event Design: Nouveou | Flowers / Cake: Confections on the Coast / Officiant: Jim Donovan / Band: Compozitionz

Islamorada Wedding by Jensen Larson Photography

When tying the knot in Florida, it really doesn’t get any better than The Keys. Gorgeous, tropical waters and vistas so beautiful you’d think they are fake make for the ultimate backdrop for your I Do’s. And this cute couple knew right away that Islamorada would make for one unforgettable day. Jensen Larson Photography captured all the pretty, pretty details of their day and there’s a whole lot more right here in the full gallery.

Don’t miss this amazing film by Sea Glass Productions!

Orlando couple Jaimie and Dennis made several trips to the Florida Keys throughout their relationship, and each time they visited, they felt a deeper connection to the islands. With its amazing views and beautiful grounds, where orchids literally grow on trees, The Caribbean Resort in Islamorada, made the perfect setting for their oceanfront March wedding. Not wanting to compete with the natural beauty of the location, the couple chose a simple palette of primarily black and white. Kelly Fowler the wedding planner and floral designer used all white flowers (roses, hydrangeas and carnations) for both the ceremony and reception. To tie in the vivid color of the surrounding waters, splashes of teal were added. Darcy Sang of Pearl Beach Paperie created a custom symbol incorporating that color scheme and the couple’s initials, which was used on the save-the-dates, invitations and programs. The symbol was even extended to the hand-painted baggo boards played on near the pool throughout the weekend.

Jaimie’s mother contributed her creative talents on many details. She made the numerous signs that were used around the property to help guests find their way. She also constructed the ribbon wands that were used to celebrate as the bride, groom and wedding party recessed. A really special gift to Jaimie was her practice bouquet, which her mother assembled with hair ribbons Jaimie wore as a child, ribbon from her parents’ wedding album, bows from her sister’s wedding, her brother’s wedding and her bridal shower.

Two signature drinks were developed to be passed during cocktail hour. The groom’s signature cocktail, the “Alligator Reef,” was named for its greenish hue and incorporated key lime juice.  The bride’s signature drink was a delicious martini dubbed the “Aisle-a-morada.” The bar also offered striped paper straws and DIY drink flags. Since the couple is commonly referred to as “JaimDen” by their closest friends, and because the groom’s favorite beer is Heineken, the bride devised a clever way to pay homage to both with the “Jaimden” koozies that were given. Perhaps the most impressive offering in the bar area was the cigar roller, who hand-rolled cigars for guests throughout the evening. It was a perfect fit for the tropical location.

The jewelry worn at the wedding told many stories. Jaimie was given a cameo and pearls, which were wrapped around her bouquet as she walked down the aisle. The  cameo belonged to Jaimie’s grandmother and has been worn by each of her granddaughters on their wedding day. The pearls were Dennis’ grandmother’s, and at Jaimie’s bridal shower, Dennis’ mom gave them to Jaimie. The bride wore the diamond earrings given to her by the groom that morning and he wore the Islamorada map cuff links she gave to him. The photo booth was constructed with fabric by Jaimie’s mother and hung between two palm trees.

The couple, who met at the University of Central Florida (UCF), rounded up their fellow alumni who attended the reception for a group shot signing the UCF letters to be submitted to their alumni association. The UCF connection also came into play with the groom’s cake, which Jaimie had made by friend and fellow alumni, Kyle Rivera of Happy Eatings.  

Wedding Photography: Jensen Larson Photography / Wedding Venue: The Caribbean Resort in Islamorada, Florida / Wedding Planning: Kelly Fowler of Just Save The Date / Floral Design + Decor: Just Save The Date / Wedding Cinematography: Sea Glass Productions / Catering + Cigar Rolling: Hugh’s Catering / Wedding Cake: Publix / Groom’s Cake: Happy Eatings / Wedding Invitations + Programs: Darcy Sang of Pearl Beach Paperie / Ceremony Music: Sir Cedrick / Reception Music: MB Entertainment / Lighting + Rentals: Florida Keys Party Rentals / Photo Booth Props: Party Goodies / Wedding Dress: Rivini “Almata” via Solutions Bridal / Makeup: Beauty Boutique and The Glam Squad / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: J.Crew / Bridesmaids’ Belt: DIY by the Bride / Groom’s Cufflinks: Tomato Made / Men’s Shoes: Kino Sandal Factory

Tampa Wedding at the Glazer Children’s Museum by Chris Cornwell

Get ready to say “hello” to one of those weddings that will take your breath away. Everything, and I mean everything, from this tasteful Tampa wedding by Chris Cornwell Photographer radiates style and grace. My jaw dropped when I first laid eyes on this couples stunning ceremony at Sacred Heart Catholic Church and exquisite Mona’s Floral Creations. There are so many more images to lust over in the full gallery here.

From Chris Cornwell PhotographerHidden in a paper bag was another paper bag. It was blue — Tiffany blue to be precise. Whatever it was, it was undeniably special. Ashley is special. To James. She is everything to him and he knew it the first evening they spent together. Little surprises might as well be James’ trademark. He always has something planned, something well-thought out — from their travels together to their engagement at Central Park. And on May 5, another little surprise was in a little blue bag. It was a token of his love and written on the note, “Together Forever.”

Wedding Photography: Chris Cornwell Photographer / Second Shooters: Khaled Mosli of Kismis Ink Photography + Cat Cornwell ( / Ceremony: Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Tampa, Florida / Reception: Glazer Children’s Museum in Tampa Florida / Floral Design: Karla of Mona’s Floral Creations / Wedding Day Coordination: Jennifer Burkle + Natalie Codella of Burkle Events / Catering: AramarkGlazer Children’s Museum / Wedding Cake + Desserts: Laurie Cinelli of A Piece of Cake / Wedding Stationery, Monogram, Tent Cards + Signs: Diane Berube Tampa Calligraphy (813-854-6100) / Linens, Table Decor + Milk Glass: Bess Combs, The Mother of the Bride / DJ: DJ Heist a.k.a. Joe Faucy (813-449-5298) / Wedding Dress: Allure Bridals via Jon’s Bridal / Alterations + Hair Piece: Hugh Nguyen (727-744-8095) / Bride’s Shoes: Guess / Hair: Amanda Rourke of Salon Lofts (813-419-7992) / Makeup: Mariel Fritscher (504-402-4742) / Men’s Tuxedos: Sacino’s Formalwear

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The Sundy House Wedding from Michelle March Photography + J Morgan Flowers

Pure genius. If you were curious what pure wedded genius looks like, you are about to find out. It’s one part fab florals from J Morgan Flowers, one part a-freaking-mazing photography from Michelle March Photography, and one part vintage Hemmingway chic, complete with a bride and groom with impeccable style. Throw a puppy into the mix, and you’ve got a whole gallery of pure wedded genius.

After a year of thinking about practically every setting; loft in Manahttan, beach club in the Bahamas, boutique hotel in Europe, the Patent office in DC, a picnic in Central Park, and the list goes on; Clayton rediscovered an old favorite, The Sundy House in Delray Beach, FL.  It was a perfect mix of everything we wanted: intimate, vintage 1920/1930s, unique, on-site cottages and close to where I grew up and where my parents still live.

We decided from the start that we wanted a small wedding, one where we could spend time talking to everyone and still have time for each other.  The Sundy House was amazing at coordinating all our vendors and keeping us on schedule, which was great, since we only ended up with 5 months of planning (too much time spent daydreaming).  We chose our vendors carefully and were thrilled with how our vision and their styles mixed perfectly to create our not overly thematic, Old Florida, Hemmingway-esque, evening, garden party wedding.  

The day of was surprisingly effortless!  Once we woke up on Sunday, everything was taken care of and Clayton, our family, wedding party and I just enjoyed eachother’s company in our respective cottages and waited for I Do’s.  Our ceremony was personal and touching, our vows were handwritten, the first dance (“If You Were the Only Girl in the World” – a chart topper in 1916) was beautiful and dinner was delicious.  I only wish it lasted longer!

Photography: Michelle March Photography / Floral Design: J Morgan Flowers / Venue: The Sundy House / Hair & Makeup: Beauty by MJ / Bridal Gown: White by Vera Wang at David’s Bridal / Shoes: Nine West / Stationery: GoGoSnap / Tuxedo: J.Crew / Entertainment: Ted Knight’s Smallest Big Band at A Little Knight Music / Cinematography: Michael Burgos Films / Bride’s Veil: Bridal Veil Falls / Engagement Ring: Israel Rose

Jacksonville Wedding by Jamie Fender Photography

I’m a serious lover of all things rustic chic – and when you throw a fabulous barn into the mix, I’ve been known to go a little crazy.  So, when I first spotted this drop dead gorgeous Jacksonville wedding, well… I fell head over heels in 5 seconds flat.  The glorious DIY details, stunning Monique Lhuillier and pretty blue hues are all kinds of fabulous… and the beautiful images snapped up by Jamie Fender Photography? Swoon, swoon, swoon.  See so much more of the day right here.

From the Bride… Our ceremony and reception took place at The Keeler Property in Jacksonville, Florida. It was the very first (and last) venue we visited, and I knew within the first few minutes that it would be the perfect place for a wedding full of rustic elegance. I come from a crafty family who loves DIY projects, so we added as many handmade personal touches as we could. Some of my favorites: my mom and I jarred our homemade strawberry jam while a wonderful family friend made and jarred his famous blueberry BBQ sauce, which we offered as wedding favors. My Dad hand-crafted planters for foliage that were dispersed throughout the property, as well as cake and pie stands for the dessert table. We even brewed our very own beer for the wedding. The brewing sessions were an engagement gift from a group of close friends and family members. The process of brewing, bottling and labeling was one of the highlights of the planning process leading up to the wedding.

A very dear, long-time family friend helped us exchange vows on the covered bridge where fresh herbs and mason jars lined the window frames. White blossoms and crisp greenery truly complemented the natural beauty of the day. The different shades of blue were gorgeous on the girls, and the boys looked dapper in their khaki linen suits. The cool colors and the flowing fabrics fit our laid-back lifestyle, as well as the rustic outdoorsy setting. After the ceremony, a short stroll across the bridge led to the barn, the band kicked off the party, and the guests had their first chance to sample our home brew and feast on a buffet of mouthwatering BBQ. It was the perfect night, and we truly could not have asked for anything more.

Wedding Photography: Jamie Fender Photography / Wedding Venue: The Keeler Property in Jacksonville, Florida / Floral Design: Floriade Florist / Catering: Blue Water Bay / Wedding Cake: Publix / Band: Freudian Slip / Wedding Dress: Monique Lhuillier / Hair + Makeup: Heather Linero + Vanessa Bennett / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Amsale / Groom’s Suit: Calvin Klein

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Cape San Blas Beach Wedding by Tana Photography

I admit it.  When it comes to crafty projects, I’m not exactly talented.  In fact, I am fairly certain absolutely certain I am all together missing the DIY gene.  So, when I first laid my eyes on this breathtaking Cape San Blas affair by Tana Photography, well… I was equal parts giddy and uber-impressed.  Literally overflowing with one amazing detail after another, it’s moment after moment lovingly crafted by the stunning bride and groom, plus family and friends.  Or as we like to call it, DIY perfection.  Click here for more.

From the Bride… Our families lived on opposite sides of the country — my family in Georgia and my finance’s in Idaho. The distance made selecting a wedding location difficult at first — until I realized the location could be just as special as the day itself. As a little girl, my family vacationed every year in a secluded area of Florida known as the Forgotten Coast. I have countless memories of the area, from collecting seashells on the beach to capturing fireflies at night.  I wanted to share those memories with my fiancé and his family, so we chose Cape San Blas, Florida, as the location. Then I realized I only had eight months to plan a wedding 2,380 away. The entire wedding was made up of many DIY projects and was a labor of love for my family and friends. The location of the wedding is naturally beautiful, so we tried to keep everything simple and chose colors to play off the surroundings. We focused on shades of blue, cream, and brown, and used touches of jute and burlap. I collected and hand-made many wedding day items ahead of time in Idaho. Once we were in Florida for the wedding, my sister and I went to all the surrounding antique shops and other stores to find a few remaining things — old antique crates for the dessert table, fresh salt water taffy, and anything else we just had to have while shopping. My sister found a vintage suitcase, and we filled it with sentimental memorabilia from my husband and I while growing up, including our Georgia and Idaho license plates, which we used in our engagement pictures. My dad’s girlfriend helped us create our guestbook: a giant USA map for our guests to pin “where they call home.”

On a previous trip to Cape San Blas, my sister collected all the driftwood, shells, and blue mason jars for our centerpieces. We hand-painted oyster shells with the table numbers. The edges of the burlap table runners were cut and shredded to soften the look, and a few of the runners also had the lace that matched the signs that hung from our head table chairs. I’d made the “Mr.” and “Mrs.” chair signs weeks before the wedding. They were easy to create with burlap, jute, letter stencils, white acrylic paint, lace and pearl garland, and a hot glue gun. I glued jute to the backs of each sign so they could be tied onto the chairs, but they could be sewed together as well. The save-the-dates and invitations were designed by a friend, and the day-of programs and menus I printed out on card stock, cut and tied together with jute. We borrowed apothecary jars for the salt-water taffy on our favor table, and hand-painted signs directing guests to the beach ceremony, reception and the evening bonfire. Our dessert bar was the work of friends — one made the cupcakes, and another brought Derby Pie (it was Derby Day after all.) I made cheesecakes the day before. The favors we gave were chocolate Idaho bars, made by my dad’s neighbor in Atlanta. We served my uncle’s “secret” margarita recipe as our signature cocktail, alongside sangria, peach iced tea and ginger lemonade. The Cinco de Mayo sign on the drink bar was made by staining card stock with coffee grinds, then stenciling on letters and attaching the letters to the jute with hot glue. My mom, with a few helpers, arranged all of our flowers, bouquets and boutonnieres using simple baby’s breath, ranunculus, thistle, statice, limonium, delphinium and bouvardia flowers. She drilled the shells and then attached them to my bouquet with wig wire. My stepfather built a huge bonfire on the beach for our after-party, complete with a s’mores station and fireworks.

A moment that brought me to tears was when the groom’s mother gave us an old Florida license plate. The card said, “Where Georgia and Idaho become one.” Some of my other favorite things from the wedding day were dancing with my dad (he took months of dance lessons to get ready!), laughing all throughout the ceremony with my husband, the fabulous food, walking down the aisle to piano music my mother recorded for our special day, listening to my husband’s niece sing during our ceremony, my bridesmaids rating the groomsmen’s behinds while taking pictures, the awesome “Super Moon” that rose over the water and actually being able to talk to every one of our guests. My absolute favorite part of the day was how during the ceremony, before he was allowed to, my soon-to-be husband kept asking if he could kiss me yet.

Wedding Photography: Tana Photography / Wedding Location: A Beach in Cape San Blas, Florida / Event Consulting: Soiree / Floral Design: The Bride’s Mother / Officiant + DJ: Dennis Rader / Catering: Dine by Design Catering LLC / Rentals: Panache Tent + Event / Paper Fans: BHLDN / Favors: Chamberlain’s Chocolate Factory / Wedding Dress: White by Vera Wang / Bride’s Shoes: Badgley Mischka + Ugg / Bride’s Accessories: Kevia + Nordstrom / Bride’ Perfume: Feerie by Van Cleef & Arpels / Bride’s Rings: Tiffany & Co. / Makeup: Gabrielle Marcantonio for Bobbi Brown / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Victoria’s Secret / Bridesmaids’ Bracelets: Amrita Singh / Groomsmen’s Suits: J.Crew / Groomsmen’s Shoes: Sperry Top-Sider / Men’s Ties: Countess Mara / Father of the Bride’s Suit: Tommy Hilfiger

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Orlando Engagement Session by KT Crabb Photography

Good morning, SMPers.  Are you ready to have your hearts captured in every.which.way?  Well, then… let me introduce you to this darling Orlando duo.  Not only are they one of the happiest (+ gorgeous) sweethearts we’ve ever had the privilege to meet, their beyond amazing proposal story will leave you seriously speechless… and their stunning engagement session captured by KT Crabb Photography will literally make your day.  One light-filled image after another, the world’s cutest duo and LOVE as far as the eyes can see.  Amazing.  Click here for more.

From KT Crabb PhotographyThese two began as young friends in high school and remained friends all through college. A change of heart took place and they realized they simply wouldn’t want to continue life without one another in it. They even managed a long-distance relationship with Myles in East Asia and Dee in Australia. Thank goodness for video chat! While that time was long and hard, they made sure to take their vacation time together in Thailand. Myles, knowing they would be landing in the same airport, took a flight that arrived just before Dee’s. He placed himself outside her gate with a sign in hand, music playing and red carpet leading to him. As Dee left the gate, she threw her arms around and Myles revealed the remainder of the sign saying, “Will you marry me?” What a great way to start a vacation! While planning their wedding, they knew they wanted their photos to be fun and classy with displaying the “City Beautiful” as their backdrop.

Photography: KT Crabb Photography / Location: Orlando, Florida

Tallahassee Wedding at Goodwood Museum & Gardens by Mi Amore Foto

Oh sweet southern charm, there really isn’t anything like you. As someone that grew up in the heart of such southern goodness, my heart always does an extra flutter when I come across sweet soirees like this one by Mi Amore Foto. It’s like a little piece of heaven complete with warm breezes, bow ties, and all the sweet simplicity the south takes pride in. It’s charm, it’s style, it’s tradition – and it’s all sitting pretty right here.

From Mi Amore FotoThis wedding in Tallahassee was as southern as you can get. The bouquets and centerpieces were gardenias that smelled like heaven. The bride’s cousin made all three of the wedding cakes. Shrimp and grits, succotash and watermelon salad were just some of the home-style dishes they served. Jessica’s dad grew huge ferns on his farm and brought them in for the ceremony. They bought an old bed spring from Thomasville, Georgia, and clipped vintage post cards to it — the same cards they had sent out for their RSVPs. Jessica is not only in medical school, she is also an amazingly talented writer and the programs were written as a five-act play. The whole wedding was just so warm and beautiful, and Nate couldn’t have been more in awe when Jessica walked up behind them during their first look. I was totally smitten with this couple and their charm. 

Wedding Photography: Mi Amore Foto / Wedding Venue: Goodwood Museum & Gardens in Tallahassee, Florida / Wedding Planning: Karen Skilling + Sheila Melton / Floral Design: Ram Singletary of Singletary’s Flowers and Gifts / Catering: LaGran Saunders /Wedding Cake: Olivia Scarborough + Julia Ruskin (The Bride’s Cousin & Friend) / Bartending: Chris Geib of On the Rocks Bartending / Wedding Invitations + Save-the-Dates: Rock Paper Scissors / Wedding Calligraphy + Programs: Judy Lecke / Band: Crystal Clear Band / Wedding Dress: J.Crew / Bride’s Second Dress: Chris Hanna