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Navy and Silver Black-Tie Tampa Wedding | Armature Works

Read and Kevin’s Tampa Heights wedding was an elegant black-tie event that brought the bride and groom’s friends and family from all over the country to Tampa Bay. The formal affair was decorated in navy, white and silver, and featured an event painter, photo booth, and a live band that played music throughout the night….

Purple and Silver Waterfront Dunedin Wedding | Beso Del Sol Resort

  Kelsie and Ryan’s Dunedin waterfront wedding was a charming combination of traditional elements and modern touches to illustrate the couple’s lighthearted personalities. To incorporate their winter wedding theme with the natural beauty of the Florida coast, the bride and groom chose vibrant pops of purple with silver accents to create a special look. “We…

Blush, Light Green and Gold Vietnamese Inspired Tampa Wedding | Venetian Event Center

Asian Tampa Bay Wedding | The Venetian Event Center Wedding Tiffany and George’s romantic Vietnamese inspired Tampa wedding featured rustic elements and a pastel color palette. “We chose blush, light green, and gold, because blush represents love, green is Tiffany’s favorite color and gold represents luck and prosperity,” the groom explained. Complemented by rentals from…

Elegant Coral and Blue Tampa Wedding | Davis Islands Garden Club

Elegant Coral and Blue Tampa Wedding | Davis Islands Garden Club Wedding Stephanie and James’ elegant Tampa wedding featured a traditional Catholic ceremony, followed by a coral and navy blue wedding reception. “Our wedding was a little bit of elegant and romantic. I knew I wanted flowers and lots of candles, and then the rest fell together,”…

Ivory, Gold and Blush Downtown Tampa Wedding | Floridan Palace Wedding

Ivory, Gold and Blush Downtown Tampa Wedding | Floridan Palace Wedding Laura and Jon showcased two of Downtown Tampa’s iconic landmarks for their elegant ivory, gold and blush wedding. “Utilizing the church that I grew up attending was one of the most important aspects of the day. My grandparents, parents, aunts, uncles and cousins have all had their…

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