Spaniard Affair

Desiring to be transported from the typical Miami scenery and inspired by the gorgeous old Spaniard architecture, we set our eyes on the majestic Plymouth Congregational Church.  This impressive historic building, a gem located in the neighborhood of Coconut Grove, was completed by a single man in 1917.  Its architecture was modeled after the old Spanish mission of Mexico.  This events cape was influenced by the romantic, natural aspects of this grand location.  White Peonies, Anemones and lush green empasize the setting under the beautiful afternoon light.  Ozzy Garcia not only captured stunning images of the couple, but also brought out the finest details of this enchanting building.

The breathtaking gown's soft waves were a graceful contrast to the hardness of the extraordinary vine-coated stone church.  The exquisite but simple cake, baked by E&M Sweets went along perfectly with the shining silver platters and tableware from Panache Classic Party Rentals.  Refined accents of fruits and greenery compliment the design.  Altogether, it was a Spaniard affair that would excite any bride to recreate this gorgeousness spread highlighting the charms of the old world.

Gratefully these images were featured in OnceWed, you can see it all here and recently in Wedding Sparrow, see it here.  This past summer Weddings Unveiled Magazine also honored us by featuring us, see our previous post here.  

Event Design, Coordination, Florals and Paper Goods: Beauty in the Making
Chairs & Tableware Rentals: Panache  |  Cake: E & M Sweets  |  Dress: Chic Parisien
Hair and Makeup: Carolyn Jones Makeup  |  Tuxedo:  Men's Warehouse  |  Car:  Aralimo

1 comment:

  1. Merry Christmas amor, It is such a pleasure to work with you