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Luxurious Neutral Outdoor Waterfront Sarasota Wedding | Powel Crosley Estate

  Alexandra and Matthew’s destination Sarasota wedding exuded a luxurious theme with timeless details that embodied what the couple envisioned for their wedding day. “We love the classic elegance of hotels such as the Breakers, that incorporate minimalist floral arrangements, muted colors, and classic décor to accent the existing structure,” the bride explained. “We did not utilize…

Elegant White and Green Waterfront Sarasota Wedding | Powel Crosley Estate

  Lauren and Daniel’s Sarasota wedding embodied a classic, romance novel in real life. With a color palette of white with greenery and pops of navy, the simplistic decor kept to the minimalistic theme, while the touches of lace, waterfront glamour, and sunset portraits had us swooning! The Tampa bride and groom knew that they…

Waterfront, Tropical Old Florida Themed St. Pete Wedding | St. Petersburg Museum of History

  Michelle and Michael’s waterfront St. Pete wedding featured an Old Florida inspired theme with a glamorous color palette of tropical colors and a splash of gold. “My husband and I are both Floridians, so we both agreed on that theme because it was a big part of us. He grew up on the water,…

Elegant White, Grey, & Hunter Green Rustic Tampa Bay Wedding | Cross Creek Ranch

Rustic Tampa Bay Wedding | Cross Creek Ranch Wedding Brittany and Andrew’s rustic Tampa Bay wedding featured a white, grey and hunter green color palette to complement the organic greenery that surrounded their venue. “Our wedding theme reflected a rustic, yet elegant style,” the groom explained. “Brittany and I share a love for the outdoors,…

Navy, Wine & Lime Green Powel Crosley Estate Sarasota Wedding

Powel Crosley Estate Wedding in Sarasota, FL – Sarasota Wedding Photographer Jeff Mason Photography Sofia and Nick met at a retreat with Cru, a campus ministry at the University of South Florida. Although the initial meeting was uneventful, the coeds soon ran into each other on campus in a class neither realized the other was in. “Nick was late…

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