Whitney and Nick are amazing! They are amazing because they can party ALL NIGHT LONG!
When Whitney first told me that they canceled their honeymoon, I must admit, I was nervous. Then she said they were going to the BCS National Championship game in which their all time favorite team was playing. As I watched the beginning of that game, I found myself really hoping they would win since the bride was missing their honeymoon over it. I went to bed in disappointment (before the game ended) and woke up to the great surprise of FSU as the National Champs!
From there my stress was able to final go down so I could coordinate their wedding! The rest… is history!
Thank you so much to all of our vendors:
Coordinators: An Affair to Remember
Caterer: Arthur’s Catering
Ceremony Venue: First United Methodist Church
Cocktail and Reception Venue: Artful Events (The Abbey and The Mezz)
Reception Music: Frequency Band
Florist: Terri’s Eustis Flower Shop
Photographer: Sierra Ford
Cake: The Sugar Suite
Hair/Make Up: Larri Mattison
Lighting: Artful Events
Dress: The Collection
Pedi Cab: Redi Cab
Enjoy the textures of this gorgeous gown by The Collection in Winter Park and all of the purple and gray colors. I just loved them inside the reception venue! The Badgley Mischka shoes the bride were the most romantic little gems and the perfect hue for the bride to wear. The bridesmaid photo with the bride is my favorite “girls” photo to date. I loved how all of them are friends and were authentically squeezing in together. The marque at the Abbey where cocktail hour was held, welcomed people from afar and was also the backdrop to their engagement shoot. Mixing the high and lows with the floral brings visual interest to the reception. Guests toasted to the bride and groom with personalized shot glasses at each seat which certainly set the tone to dance the night away with the amazing Frequency Band. The Sugar Suite did not disappoint with their four tiered cake to give people the sugar burst they needed to waive their confetti cannons and sparklers for the last dance and exit. It was certainly a party that was based on the foundation of love… and FSU football!