This heavenly wedding is sure to take your breath away! The stunning statue encrusted venue is the air of European style on the west coast of Florida. The brides vision of La Vie en Rose (life in pink) theme was present in every detail. From the blush bridesmaid dresses (made by her mother), to her blush rockstud Valentino heels, this black tie event was a total dream.
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La Vie en rose
From Debra Eby Photography: Come away with me where a little bit of Europe graces the west coast of Florida. Tucked away in the city of Clearwater, Kapok offers courtyards of fountains, walls of greenery, rising columns and checkered stone flooring. The bride's vision of La Vie en Rose (life in pink) came to life with soft blushes and whites surrounded by gold, stonework, and opulent chandeliers.
Ehren and Diem say "I Do” in a ceremony space so heavenly that it takes your breath away. Sunlight floods the space along with overhead dome lighting. Romantic florals are abundant in bouquets and fresh arrangements. Ehren is the perfect gentleman with so much adoration for his glowing bride. Diem is full of witty comments and bubbling laughter. She is graceful, thoughtful, and every kind of beautiful. After dining and dancing with guests, the bride and groom sneak out dancing under the stars into their happily ever after.
From one bride to another
From the bride: Before the wedding, my most common advice from everyone was to enjoy it, it will happen so fast. Now my advice to all the future brides and grooms is the same. The wedding went by so fast I couldn't believe all that planning was over so soon. Hire a great photographer to really help capture all the moments and hard work you put into the wedding. Also, don't put off tasks till the last minute. I decided to make all of the wedding favors instead of ordering them. I now wish I would have spent more time with my out of state family instead of spending my last minute working on favors. Those surely cause some unnecessary stress.