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We find that couples love to see all the hard work and beautiful wedding details featured for the world to see. We know the secrets to get published and work with the right vendors to make it happen!
These are just some of the magazines, blogs, and publications we have had our weddings and events featured recently.
Tampa Bay couple Tiffany and Sean began their friendship during a coed soccer game through their work.
“We played on the same team and enjoyed post-game celebrations together with the rest of the team. It was during those times that we learned we had more in common than a shared workplace and a love of sports. We fell in love and the rest is history,” Tiffany reminisced.
Amanda and Mike met in middle school and were immediately drawn to each other. However, the timing between the pair didn’t work until years later after graduation.
As their relationship progressed and when it came time to pop the question, Mike threw the Tampa Bay bride off by scheduling a faux photo session.
South Tampa couple Tara and Fred met through mutual friends, and after some persistence from the groom, they went on their first date to P.F. Changs.
They became an official couple on New Year’s Eve and were engaged a year and a half later while vacationing in St. Augustine.
“It was out last night there and we decided to take a sunset stroll to the Castillo de San Marcos. In front of the Fort, Fred looked at me and said, ‘We are going to have a wonderful life together.’ I am a total pessimist and responded, ‘How do you know that?’ Fred said again, ‘We are going to have a wonderful life together,” as he brought out the 1910 antique ring that I had been obsessing and asked me to marry him,” Tara reminisced.
Elizabeth and Jason met at a pharmacist conference in New Orleans and stayed in touch until their next meeting six months later.
“It was then that Jason and I had our first date,” Elizabeth explained. “Jason was living in Pittsburgh and I in D.C. at the time, so after the first date we began our long distance relationship.”
After dating more than two years, Elizabeth relocated to Pennsylvania to be with Jason, and 1 1/2 years later he proposed.
Michelle and Marc’s waterfront Bradenton wedding featured a navy blue color palette and an outdoor, interfaith wedding ceremony under a large Spanish moss tree.
“We chose to have a little getaway ceremony in a quaint coastal town. With the venue being a historic, waterfront bed and breakfast, it matched all of our visions of what we imagined our wedding day to be like,” the bride gushed.
Amanda and Christopher focused on keeping their waterfront St. Petersburg wedding intimate, without uninvited observers.
“Privacy was important. I wanted a beach wedding, and it took me a long time for me to accept that I wasn’t going to be able to have a private wedding on the beach,” the bride explained. “I didn’t want multiple weddings happening at the same time as mine or kids running around in bathing suits.”
This wedding goes beyond the standard gorgeous fare. The pretty pastel florals by Iza’s Flowers or the glamorous details by Special Moments are all making an appearance. But what really strikes a cord is that all those pretty moments were planned by the Bride-to-be while her love was deployed over seas. And the culmination of all that love and planning and waiting is so, so sweet. Have a look at all the imagery by Captured Photography By Jenny right here.
Stephanie and Nathan’s downtown St. Pete wedding focused on two of the couple’s loves: travel and family.
“We did not have a particular theme but wanted to focus on family, whether it was with photos, speeches or the twist that when people clinked their glasses, other couples had to stand up and show us how to kiss. We even included a tree decorated with prior family’s wedding photos and made sure to mention all those who could not be with us,” the bride shared. “Our love for adventure came out in the party favors, which were brass compasses decorated with paper tags that read, ‘Let the Adventure Begin.’ Our wedding planner added a chalkboard sign on the favors table that said, ‘Where on Earth Is My Table?’ and each compass included the table assignment.”
Vanessa and Ivan’s intimate Clearwater Beach wedding featured modern, elegant decor with rich colors of purple, silver, and white.
“Since our wedding was on the smaller side, 60 guests, we wanted each decision, from the table décor to the attire and rings, to be simple yet elegant,” the bride explained. “Our attention to details including the flowers and arrangements as well as unique favors made the day fun and intimate for friends and family.”
Oluwatitoyin and Shomari had a real cultural fusion at their wedding. They combined elements of the bride’s Nigerian Yoruba culture with influences from the groom’s Caribbean roots. The combination created a beautiful masterpiece of joy, celebration, and cultural fusion. Their special union was photographed by Bryan Glynn of BG Pictures Photography.
I am head over heels for this dreamy vintage wedding shoot from Legacy Seven Studios! I just love the romantic Downton Abbey style (am I the only one picturing Matthew and Mary after he came back from the war?) Such timeless and elegant inspiration!
Arielle and Seth’s elegant Tampa wedding included classic elements with a modern twist.
“We both held true to our traditional values and decided to get married in an Episcopal church,” the bride shared.
The St. Petersburg chose downtown Tampa wedding venue The Vault for its sophisticated character and decor.