Posts Tagged ‘resort weddings’

Mar
31
Kathy + Matt: Navy Blue and Blush Arizona Resort Wedding by Renee Clancy Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

stitchPhotos: Renee Clancy Photography; Venue & Cake: L’Auberge de Sedona; Planner: Van Damme Weddings; Flowers: Petals and Lucy; Gown: Monique Lhuillier;Groom’s Attire: Michael Kors; Invitations: Champagne Press; Bridesmaid Dresses: Lulu’s; Officiant: Van Damme Weddings;Reception Music: Music With Personality; Ceremony Musician: Drew Six; Hair and Makeup: Meagen Bingham at Prim; Rentals: Classic Rental

Kathy and Matt were married at L’Auberge de Sedona in Sedona, Ariz. on November 15. Kathy looked radiant in a lace strapless gown with a sweetheart neckline and crystal belt. She wore her hair in soft waves and accessorized with a pearl necklace and chandelier earrings. She carried a romantic bouquet of dahlias, roses, and seeded eucalyptus. Her ‘maids donned long royal blue jersey knit dresses with mix-and-match necklines. The groom and groomsmen donned gray suits with various blue patterned neck ties. The pair tied the knot on the resort property in front of 100 family members and friends. The decor consisted of pink and ivory ribbon with hanging glass bulbs filled with pink roses. The aisle was strewn with rose light pink rose petals and marked with mercury glass pails filled with flower arrangements. “I just wanted it to feel romantic. I love the European feel,” Kathy said of their wedding day inspiration. A reception followed inside, where a chalkboard was featured with romantic words and family photos. Guests sat at round tables with white linens in cross-back chairs. Each table had and arrangement of pink roses, white hydrangeas, bupleurum, seeded eucalyptus, and pittosporum, complete with a scripted table number. “We wanted our best friends, live music, great bar and a DJ to close the night with,” Kathy said. “It was a blast!” Guests took a break from the dance floor to enjoy a glamorous white and silver four-tier wedding cake! Kathy’s advice? “It really does go by so fast!!! Make sure you are so prepared that you can enjoy every moment!” See the full board here.

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Mar
04
Ingird + Justin: Yellow and Gray Fall Resort Wedding in Wisconsin by Light Source Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

stitchPhotos: Light Source Photography; Ceremony Venue: Anchor Covenant Church; Reception Venue: Geneva National Golf Resort; Gown: Anaiss from A Joyful Occasion; Groom’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse; Hair and Makeup: Mia Faccia Salon; Shoes: TOMS; Flowers: Lilypots and Pesches Greenhouse; Groom’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse; Cake: Bittner’s Bakery; Planner: Jenna Penkalski

Ingrid and Justin were married at Anchor Covenant Church, followed by a reception at Geneva National Golf Resort in Lake Geneva, Wisc. on September 13. Ingrid looked fabulous is an A-line gown with a strapless sweetheart neckline and finished with a yellow beaded sash. She donned her hair in a low updo and carried a bright bouquet of yellow roses, daffodils, billy balls, ranunculus, and succulents. Her ‘maids opted for short light gray chiffon dresses, while the groom and his men looked dapper in gray suits and yellow neck ties. The intimate crowd of 95 guests gathered at Anchor Covenant Church as the pair exchanged vows in a traditional ceremony. “My groom did an amazing job with the ceremony set up,” Ingrid said of the ceremony decor. “He had a vision of what to do with our door- which was taken from my dad’s childhood home, which my grandfather built, and used it as the main piece behind us as we said our vows.” What a sentimental touch! A reception followed at a nearby golf resort. Guests were greeted by a chalkboard sign decorated with yellow balloons. ” When arriving to the reception, everyone was gushing about the food and amazing appetizers that were available,” Ingrid said. Appetizers included mini grilled cheeses, vegetarian egg rolls, and Italian sausage. The reception space was filled with handmade touches including baby photos of the couple, handwritten place cards (by the groom), and creative table names. Guests were asked to leave their cards in a rustic basket adorned with bunting. For dessert guests enjoyed a three-tier square cake with yellow and gray frosted roses and a Mr. and Mrs. topper. Ingrid advises couples to keep their heads up while planning. “Positive attitudes will make all the difference when little things do not go the way your planned.” See the full board here.

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Jul
29
Danielle + Justin: An Evening City-esque Fall Florida Resort Wedding By Minerva Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Minerva PhotographyCeremony Venue: Turnberry Isle ResortReception Venue: Aventura Lakes Clubhouse

Danielle and Justin were married in on the rooftop of Turnberry Isle Resort followed by a reception at Aventura Lakes Clubhouse in Miami, Fla. on November 7. The bride wore not one but two outfits — a strapless satin drop-waisted wedding gown with a beaded bodice, accessorized with a floor-length veil, and a long lace maxi dress with an illusion hemline, while the groom wore a black suit, accessorized with a solid tie. Bridesmaids wore short mix ‘n’ matched dresses and carried bouquets of paper origami flowers. How do-it-yourself is that? The evening ceremony’s aisle was lined with floating candle vases, sheer ribbons across the backs of folding chairs, and a chuppah, which was held by close family and friends. Following the exchanging of vows and rings (and most importantly, the signing of the ketub, a Jewish marriage license, guests were escorted to the ballroom. Tables were decorated with white linens, tall floral centerpieces atop mirrors, and challah, elaborately braided bread that is used to bless the dinner. Dancing continued throughout the night, but it wasn’t complete without a hora. The newlyweds were hoisted up high above the crowd onto chairs to the infectious sounds of the “Hava Nagila.” If that wasn’t enough entertainment, there was also the cutting of the five-tiered square fondant cake featuring a crystal chandelier topper. As if they needed more sweets, mini dessert shot glasses were passed out as late night snacks too. See the full board here.

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Jun
02
Leigh + Kyle: A Glamorous Gold Fall Texas Resort Wedding By Caroline + Ben Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Caroline + Ben PhotographyEvent Planner: Something to CelebrateVenue: Horseshoe Bay ResortDress Store: Brickhouse BridalHair and Makeup Artist: Pamela’s Beauty SecretsGroom and Groomsmen Attire: Men’s WearhouseFloral Designer: Last PetalCeremomy Musicians: Buzz and the Blue CatsOfficiant: Mary Gracely; DJ: Full Circle MediaRentals: Monarch Event RentalsLighting: ILIOS Lighting DesignStationery: The Inviting PearCake: Simon Lee Bakery

High school sweethearts Leigh and Kyle were married at Horseshoe Bay Resort in Horseshoe Bay, Texas last fall. The bride wore a sweetheart lace fit ‘n’ flare wedding gown, accessorized with a floral sash and chapel-length veil in her loose blonde curls, while the groom wore a gray suit, accessorized with a striped tie. Bridesmaids wore short dresses in various neutral colors and carried bouquets of roses, ranunculuses, and dusty millers. Due to inclement rainy weather, the ceremony took place inside underneath a gazebo with aisles lined in lanterns. Fun fact: Kyle is a professional baseball player. So, of course, the newlyweds wanted to incorporate this into their reception. Guests were asked to write well wishes on bases. Tables were decorated with sequin linens, tall candelabra centerpieces, and mercury glass candles. In addition to the five-tiered cake, there were also cookies. At the end of the night, it wasn’t sparklers that sent them off to their honeymoon in Fiji it was ___ . Fill in the blank! (Hint: It’s a nod to a sport.) See the full board here.

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