Dream of the Sea

Inspired by the distinctive landscape of South Florida, we situated ourselves on the shoreline of Key Biscayne, a glorious location that quietly reveals the spirit and eighteenth century history of this area.  The lighthouse is the oldest structure in Dade County and tells old tales of marauding pirates that passed through these islands.  I was influenced by the azure blue of the sea, golden rays of sunshine and lush greenery that characterizes this unique area.  Magenta and deep coral tulips, ranunculus and ivy vines highlighted the surrounding as the sun set, inviting the night fall.  Feather and Stone captured it all so amazingly, not only this stunning couple but all the finer details of the setting and scenery. 

The magnificent Marchesa gown contrasted our backdrop with a gentle under layer of gold lace covered in decadent pearls and crystals.  I felt it made for an elegant distinction from the simple beauty of the blues skies and sea.  The cultured table made by Wood that Works paired with gold accented plates, glasses and cutlery, vegetation and pop of color from the blooms that seemed to be growing out of the center of it all.  An island affair that would excite any bride, highlighting the exquisiteness of this paradise.


We are really fortunate to see these images in the beautiful blog of Once Wed.  You can see it all here.

 Event Design, Coordination:  Beauty in the Making  |  Florals:  Divine Design Flowers
Table Rentals:  Wood That Works  |  Table Rentals:  Hitched Events Rentals
Dress + Jewelry:  Chic Parisien  (Marchesa Gown)  |  Tuxedo:  Men's Wearhouse - Coral Gables
Hair + Makeup:  Jet Alexandra Hair + Makeup |  Models:  Next Models Miami (Roselyn + Dwayne)
Beaded Body Suit and Sheer Skirt: One Day Bridal
Miami Beach Weddings

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