Our wedding was magical. We were married in the heart of the oldest city in a truly unique venue--a place of kings and queens. It is modest at first glance but with the right touches of lighting it becomes a special place. We benefitted from the Nights of Lights celebration which had the entire town aglow with fairy lights. Between the ceremony and reception, we took our guests on a tour of the Nights of Lights so that when we returned the courtyard had been transformed into a candlelit al fresco diningroom.
Equally magical was our rehearsal dinner the night before at Creekside Dinery. We hired a bus from Ripley's to transport our guests from downtown to Creekside and enjoyed an Old Florida Oyster Roast and live music. The people at Creekside were delightful and nothing was too much trouble.
All of our guests were knocked out by the maps, too. I definitely used multiple maps to help my guests get their bearings. THANK YOU WEDDING MAPPER!
This was the most beautiful setting for our wedding....the courtyard during the Nights of Lights was a winter wonderland of fairy lights and the sala set up beautifully as an intimate chapel. Catherine Culver was an ACE!
Creative. Beautiful. Elegant. I asked Becca to incorporate my colors(aubergine & artichoke/sage) and use a harvest theme because of the timing of my wedding (Thanksgiving weekend)...she created beautiful arrangements using flowers and vegetables. It was exquisite.
Kenyon Dye is one of a kind...he is a true entertainer. He did the ceremony as well as the reception and nailed them both. This man knows how to read a crowd and get them energized.
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