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Reunion Resort Wedding

Amy and Kyle had a rustic inspired Reunion Resort wedding. The bridesmaids had sheer neutral dresses which really made their colorful wild flower bouquets pop! Never visited Reunion Resort? You should definitely check it out, it’s a hidden gem located in Kissimmee just on the other side of Disney. They have a state of the art of golf courses, a water park, and you can even see the Disney fireworks from some of their rooms.

reunion resort wedding

reunion resort

Hand painted signs and lanterns led the way to the ceremony and reception areas. reunion resort

reunion resort

So much color! I absolutely LOVED the bouquets!!reunion resort

reunion resort

reunion resort

Amy has a gorgeous and contagious smile…..and her makeup was on point!reunion resort

reunion resort

reunion resort

So much wow on this image! The sky, the bridge, the sun flare just WOW!!reunion resort

reunion resort

A custom weathervane cake topper. It’s just too cute for words!reunion resort

Lace runner with mason jar drink ware and more wild flowers.reunion resort wedding

reunion resort wedding

Market lighting and chandeliers yes please!!reunion resort

reunion resort

reunion resort

Daaaaang look at the beautiful lighting by FyerFly Productions! reunion resort

Bubble exit to end the night. Congrats you guys I wish you a happily ever after <3reunion resort


Coordinator: A Rose Design
Floral: Flower Girl
Lighting and DJ: FyerFly Productions
Hair and Makeup: Bella Con Stile 
Venue: Reunion Resort

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Cypress Grove Wedding

Another lovely Cypress Grove Wedding featuring the newly wedded couple Adam and Marian. With hues of gold and violet purples. It was stunning and absolutely fabulous! The place settings were gold chargers and surrounded by tons of greenery and pops of rich purple.
Cypress Grove Wedding Custom Stationary

They really do look like movie stars.

Cypress Grove Wedding

Nothing like a handsome couple to upstage the grandeur of the historic estate house. Sorry house, Marian wore it better.
Cypress Grove Wedding Estate House

Marian looks like a vintage movie starlet. She’s absolutely gorgeous and so is her wee golden goddess <3 gold and pearls and lace oh my!Cypress Grove Wedding

Oh my goodness her shoes were absolutely divine! Gold Jimmy Choo’s with her married name and established date. I couldn’t love these more if I tried.Cypress Grove Wedding Jimmy Choo

One of the best things about Cypress Grove Weddings are the decades old cypress trees with their fashionably hung moss. And look at Marian she takes luxuriating to whole a new level.Cypress Grove Wedding Violet & Gold

After seeing the way they used vintage furniture as comfy outdoor seating I’ve decided to toss all my wicker outdoor stuff and use these instead. Sunday morning mimosas are going to be legendary here on out.Cypress Grove Wedding RW Events Vintage Furniture

Market lighting danced above like tiny perfect little stars once the sun went down. Check out that ornate gold frame that surrounded the perfectly written time of events. They even colored in purple flowers that mimicked Marian’s bouquet.

Cypress Grove Wedding Violet & Gold

Of course these starry eyed lovers deserve their initials in a sparkly marquee fashion. Even the lights put of the perfect golden glow to match their gold and violet wedding colors. A perfect ending to beautiful night.View More: http://tabmccausland.pass.us/vendors


As always a little love to the other vendors that made this wedding so perfect. Make sure to stop by see what they’re up too:
Venue Cypress Grove
Coordinator Swanky I Do’s
DJ & Lighting FyerFly Productions
Florist Peddles
Furniture RW Events

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Eagle Creek Golf Club Wedding

Welcome back to another beautiful wedding brought to you from the rolling hills of the Eagle Creek Golf Club. I hope you said that in your best sports announcer voice. If you didn’t please go back and do it again as it is really really fun! Samantha and Michael’s wedding was absolutely gorgeous. They had the prettiest watercolor invitations, which of course matched her bouquet of white & pinky blush roses perfectly. They also pulled the soft seafoam green from the invite and somehow managed to get the cake designer to match it perfectly to her ruffled cake. That even came full circle as the ruffles on the cake matched her dress and well let’s just say Samantha looked absolutely delicious!


Eagle Creek Golf Club Wedding - Watercolor Wedding Invitations

Light blush and seafoam green looks pretty dang good on Michael too. Samantha & Michael did a bang up job picking out their wedding colors.blog6



Eagle Creek Golf Club Wedding - A Flower Girl Wedding Bouquet

Eagle Creek Golf Club Wedding Ceremony

Eagle Creek Golf Club Wedding Formals



Gorgeous couple! I love how you can just tell that absolutely adore each other.blog14


Little hints that tie everything together seamlessly! The chair placards have ruffled edges which matches Samantha’s dress. The seat cushions are blush just like her flowers and the seafoam green table linens are also a perfect match to her invites. Don’t think I didn’t notice the subtle nuance of the gold chairs and chargers which totally matched the gold tone pearl candies on the cake. Perfection to a capital T!blog5


So freaking pretty! Flowers, ruffles, and matching theme colors everywhere. Dang cake, I would eat you so hard!!! And I did it was divine 😉


Of course they had soft pink lighting to match the linens, flowers, and invitations. Love it!!!blog11


Venue: Eagle Creek Country Club
Lighting and DJ: FyerFly Productions
Officiant: Sensational Ceremonies
Floral and Decor: Flower Girl Designs 
Coordination: A Rose Designs

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