Outdoor Destination Sarasota Wedding | Powel Crosley Estate Wedding
Mollie and Josh's destination Sarasota wedding featured a vintage feel, with an outdoor waterfront ceremony and a reception under the stars.
“Our theme was simple, with a 1920's flare,” the bride shared. “We wanted an outdoor space on the water and loved the idea of an old mansion as the backdrop.”
The Washington D.C. couple searched for a Sarasota wedding photographer who could capture the energy of the evening.
“We don't typically like to take pictures, so it was important that the photographer had fun with us throughout the process,” Mollie explained. “We hired Limelight Photography based on reviews and pictures. Jess was our photographer, and she was great. She was energetic and had fun with us.”
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With the help of Sarasota wedding planner NK Productions handling the details of the wedding day, the couple was able to focus on having fun with their friends while dancing the night away.
“It was nice to have NK Productions the day of to help organize!” the bride beamed.
Looking back, Mollie shared that one of her most memorable moments included celebrating with her wedding guests.
“We laughed all night long and made sure our friends and family were included throughout the entire wedding weekend,” the bride reminisced.
Josh proposed on the beach by the lighthouse in Martha's Vineyard.
What did you look for in a wedding photographer?
We don't typically like to take pictures, so it was important that the photographer had fun with us throughout the process. We wanted someone who took great pictures, but also had a great personality and made the experience fun for us.
We hired Limelight Photography based on reviews and pictures. Jess was our photographer, and she was great. She was energetic and had fun with us.
What did you look for in a wedding planner?
Someone who was organized.
It was nice to have NK Productions the day of to help organize!
How would you describe your theme?
Simple, with a 1920's flare. We wanted an outdoor space on the water and loved the idea of an old 1920's mansion as the backdrop.
What were your colors?
The colors were originally white because I wanted simple, but we threw in a little deep purple and silver so it wasn't so muted.
What advice would you give to other Tampa Bay couples?
Make sure you have fun and don't get too caught up in the details. In the end those details won't matter and all you will remember is what you did, who you were with and how you felt. Don't take yourself too seriously and have fun.
Ceremony and Reception Venue: Powel Crosley Estate
Photographer: Limelight Photography – Jess *Preferred Marry Me Tampa Bay Wedding Pro
Planner: NK Productions *Preferred Marry Me Tampa Bay Wedding Pro
Florist: Victoria Blooms
Caterer: Michael's on East
Dress: Anna Maier
Bridesmaids: Adrianna Papell
Hair & Makeup: Fresh Salon