Shabby Chic Beach Wedding by Kay Meyer Photography
Posted by Kate. Filed under Real Weddings

Laurel and Adam’s destination wedding in Carillon Beach, Florida had all the trappings of a shabby chic, East coast party… and we’re just marveling at all the details…  The couple chose a palette of red, pink, and green that displayed beautifully against the blue backdrop of the ocean town buildings.  A special thanks to Kay Meyer Photography for sharing their lovely day with us!After the fresh, daylight ceremony, Laurel and Adam cozied up on the beach for portraits. The groom’s cake was a work of confectionary art…  while the wedding cake was pretty in oh-so-shabby lace.  For favors, the guests were sent home with adorable S’more packets!

But the dearest part was, of course, family.

Photos by Kay Meyer Photography

Event Coordination by Carillon Weddings

Florals by Nouveau Flowers

Bridal Gown by Jim Hjelm

Catering by Townsend Catering Co.

Cakes by Confections on the Coast

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  • congratulations Laurel and Adam and well done Kay for capturing the day so perfectly. love the detail shots and the clean fresh feel to the photography. a beautiful day captured

  • Kay

    Thanks so much Bryan! Their wedding was just beautiful!

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  • Aww! Thank you, Project Wedding, for featuring this wonderfully perfect couple! They were more than a joy to ‘work’ with! Every step of the way, they were all smiles and tons of fun! Thank you for allowing us to re-live this wedding again!

  • The most happiest moment of a woman ever wanted is to be married to their partner and everyone of them have like which were the wedding will be held. Me myself someday I’d like to have a beach wedding, that’s what I ever wanted. 😀 Looking forward to our dreams.


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