Rounding out our trio of beach brides is Michelle at The Women’s Civic Club of Stone Harbor. Michelle had a very pure air about her for her wedding day, with a hint of her wild side showing through with these fuchsia dendro orchids mixed in with a cascading white bouquet of phalaenopsis orchids and peonies. She went the non-traditional route with her beach wedding, choosing to focus more on the tropical aspects than the nautical. We couldn’t be more pleased with the end result, and Photographer Mike from Ash Imagery put into photos what we couldn’t describe with words. They are some of the most beautiful images in our portfolio, thank you Ash Imagery!! Every pretty detail was organized by Kristin Barse and her team at Bel Momento weddings, thank you for waiting out the rain with us Kristin! This wedding was the perfect example of how a shore storm can clear up in the exact perfect moment; they had a sunny beach ceremony!
Shout out to our sweet Mandy Tan (2nd from left), she has brought us more clients than any other bride! We love you Mandy!
We love how Michelle’s style is so well-captured in these looks. The cut of the dresses are all very classic, but the variation and colors grab your attention. The bridesmaids’ bouquets were made from white hydrangea and phalaenopsis orchids.
The beaming groom! Brandon looks especially dapper with his matching fuchsia dendro orchid.
This sandblasted manzanita was the perfect prop to hold up even more orchids, playing out that great tropical theme.
Our Diana pedestal vases were a great option to keep the arrangements clustered. These are filled with hydrangeas, purple kale, stock, and succulents.
Can not get over how awesome this green and purple kale looks!!!
This tall centerpiece was designed to make you feel like you’re at the tropics! Linens, tables, chairs, lighting provided by Rental City of Vineland NJ.
Hope your honeymoon was as beautifully tropic as your ceremony, Michelle and Brandon!! Congratulations!