Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Lindsay and Jesse

October 4, 2014 was the perfect sunny day for a beach wedding at Sandbridge Beach, Virginia. Lindsay and Jesse tied the knot facing the ocean in front of a beautiful beach home, the Vista Royale that served as the reception venue.



Lindsay selected to carry an arm bouquet of Blue Bom orchids and Calla lilies.



The Bridesmaids carried nosegays of Blue Bom orchids, white roses, and ruscus.






Since the reception tables would be on three different decks we decided to do different centerpieces that added interest, and kept with Lindsay's vision of a tropical beach themed wedding.



The Conch shells consist of Blue Bom orchids, Fuji mums, Lemon Leaf, Bear Grass, and White Roses.  Glass boxes of gold fish were a fun addition to the tables. 








Lanterns are always a great idea for out door weddings and receptions.  Especially when the party goes on into the night. 


Lindsay and Jesse, wishing you many happy beach days and dances!

The following vendors that brought this beautiful and fun wedding together are:

Wedding Planner: Reva Stein 
Photographers: Andi & Zoe Photographers
Second Shooter Photographer: Luke Rieke
Catering: HK on the Bay
Makeup:Amber Norge







6 comments:

  1. What a cheerful blue for those bridesmaid gowns. The flowers are the perfect complement.

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    1. Yes, they were, Lindsay had a great vision!

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  2. Beautiful as always, Mary. I especially loved the arrangement in the conk shell...stunning!

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    1. Thank you Vikki! I appreciate your comments!

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  3. The floral arrangements were gorgeous! I've never seen such pretty orchids and I love that they tied in with the bridesmaid dresses so perfectly! The fish in the glass arrangement was a super cute idea! Your daughter looked gorgeous- love the photo of her on the beach.

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    1. *The bride looked gorgeous- love the photo of her on the beach. (I assumed she was your daughter!)

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