Real Wedding ~ Nicole and Chris

Nicole and Chris were married in a sophisticated outdoor affair at the always spectacular Ringling Museum of Art captured by Binaryflips Photography. The event was designed in a beautiful palette of soft pink and white with accents of green, gold and brown. Nicole wore a romantic strapless lace gown by Tara Keely with a sweetheart neckline, mermaid silhouette and a full tiered skirt. She carried a delicate bouquet of orchids, peonies and roses in the palest pink hue with framing twig accents created by An Exceptional Florist. Nicole wore her dark hair pulled back in loose curls with a large flower at the nape of her neck and added glittering drop earrings to finish the look. Her bridesmaids wore floor length gowns in a range of styles and colors, but each wore a blossom in their hair as a cohesive element. Chris wore a natural linen suit with a white tie and his groomsmen wore the same, but with ties to match each bridesmaid.

The ceremony took place beneath towering palm trees on the manicured lawn of the museum with its magnificent architecture as a backdrop. Two massive arrangements of roses, hydrangea, greenery and curly willow were placed in urns on top of carved colomuns to frame the couple's exchange of vows. The courtyard reception overlooked the Sarasota Bay and featured round guest tables covered in white linens and set with natural wood chairs. Centerpieces were made in glass cylinders with rocks at the base to stabilize a dramatic combination of fluffy stark white hydrangea and tall gathered curly willow branches. Don't miss a single detail, including the small white lanterns on the tabletops and the tiered cupcake display. To see more of Nicole and Chris' elegant Florida wedding and get a glimpse of their day after session, visit the Binaryflips Photography blog!

Binaryflips Photography. Venue: Ringling Museum of Art. Gown: Tara Keely. Hair: Yolee Perez. Makeup: Shirley Gregory. Florist: An Exceptional Florist. Caterer: Fete. Cupcakes: Pastries by Design.


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