Real Wedding ~ Allison and Hunter

We love the design of this fresh, breezy wedding at Carillon Beach, FL photographed by the lovely ladies of VUE Photography. Allison and Hunter's event was created in a palette of all white with accents of green and neutrals and a few striking details in brilliant fuchsia - most notably the bridesmaids' bold cocktail dresses paired with perfectly matching bouquets of ranunculus created by Events by Nouveau Flowers. Allison wore a feminine lace gown with a white blossom tucked behind her ear, a glittering pair of teardrop earrings and vivid fuchsia peep-toe pumps. Hunter and his groomsmen wore classic black tuxedos with boutonnieres made from a single white blossom. The ceremony was held at The Meeting House chapel, an all white venue with gleaming hardwood floors. Guests were seated in chairs wrapped in white envelope-tied linens as Allison carried a full bouquet of white ranunculus down the aisle. She and Hunter spoke their vows beneath a dramatic swag of green and white hydrangea topped by sprays of delicate twigs.

The reception was held in a clear tent draped with billowing white fabric sheers on the sides, leaving the ceiling with open views of the night sky. Crystal and brass chandeliers were hung along the center of the tent and over the wedding cake created by Confections on the Coast, featuring pin dot piping and a topper of white sugar flowers. Guest tables were dressed in a mixture of pale gray blue textured or pintucked linens and set with deep brown chivari chairs. Centerpieces were created using gathered white flowers and greenery in a variety of clear glass vessels. An eclectic mix of antique furniture pieces formed a quaint lounge area for guests on the lawn accented by warm candlelight. For more images and details from Allison and Hunter's Florida wedding, visit the VUE Photography blog!

VUE Photography. Ceremony and Reception: Carillon Weddings. Flowers and Decor: Events by Nouveau Flowers. Cake: Confections on the Coast. Caterer: Townsend Catering.


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