To continue with Kristin & Carter’s beautiful wedding, here is part two of their day. After the ceremony, we went into the church garden behind the church for photos. After the family photos we spent a little time photographing the Bride & Groom alone. The garden was gorgeous and was a great backdrop for photos
Then, we headed to Banyan Street. The appropriately titled street is lined with banyan trees that are absolutely gorgeous! Just loved this spot.
Then we headed to the beach for a few photos before the reception. The sunset was so pretty across the water.
The reception was held at the Boca Bay Pass Club at the end of the island near the pass that is known for its great fishing. A beautiful lawn was the setting for the cocktail hour and view of the sunset over the ocean. A tent was also setup on the lawn for dinner and dancing. It was a great setting for the reception – sophisticated, yet serene with the shoreline just steps away.
Kristin’s parents did a fabulous job on the reception details. They created these tablecards based on different species of fish. They were so beautifully done.
The details continued with the guest sign-in table that was covered in fish netting and beautiful blue glass vases and island greenery. The sign-in book was a book about tarpon fishing in Florida and Boca Bay Pass is a popular spot for this type of fishing. The table also held cherished family photos of Kristin & Carter’s parents and grandparents.
These same details continued to the tables inside the tent. The fish netting and island greenery were topped by a glass jar with water and floating blue glass spheres.
One of my favorite photos of the reception – Kristin & her Dad dancing. I loved this tent and the lights that were strung inside.
The cake was a key-lime cake decorated with fresh limes and sugar sand. It blended so well with the location and other details of the reception. I didn’t taste it, but it sure looked yummy!
Seriously, this place was gorgeous! This is the view of the reception from the beach that was literally steps away. I couldn’t believe that the lush green lawn came right up to the sand. The grass and grounds were so well taken care of and was a beautiful, natural setting for a wedding.
Congratulations Kristin & Carter! It was so nice to be a part of your beautiful wedding day.
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Dress – Amsale
Shoes – Delman
Groom’s Tie – Tarpon Tie from Vineyard Vines
Groom’s Pants – Brooks Brothers
Flowers – The Red Monkey Florist – Port Charlotte, Florida
Ceremony – St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
Reception – Boca Bay Pass Club
Band – Pocket Change