Not every couple wants to walk down a sandy aisle for a beach side wedding. Amanda and Kyle were content to hold their May celebration along the intercoastal waterway at the Clearwater Community Center. The spacious lawn and wide inlet view provided a refreshing alternative to the long trek down to a public beach.
Amanda and Kyle's colorful approach to their wedding provided us with lots of decorating options with a palette of fresh fushia, orange, and turquoise. Many thanks to professional photographer Jason Angelini who shared some selected images with us for this entry.
|Catering By Robert provided the simple bamboo arch that was embellished with |
fresh tropical flowers and greens from the couple's florist.
|Although the temperatures for this May wedding were upwards|
in the 90's, Amanda and Kyle opted for some high top
cocktail tables on the back deck overlooking the water.
|With the couple's beachy theme came a star-fish shaped|
Smokey Cheddar Spread during the social hour.
|Amanda provded shell trimmed place card frames for each guest |
couple that were artfully displayed by our staff amid starfish
and colorful in-house floral piece shown below.
|The buffet decor minicked the guest tables with our in-house|
selectionof floor length colored linens we offer at no extra charge.
Small, yet figurative elements such as starfish and white lanterns
help pull together the overall look.
|The wedding cake designed by Chef Nelson|
presented a neutral light blue tone
that stood out amid the bright color combinations
|Recyling ceremony elements is a great way to add personality|
to reception decor.The florist transferred the wedding arbor piece
to the sweetheart table for a stunning addition that most people
would think was an additional arrangement.
|A happy couple enjoys a few moments alone in the limo.|