Sarah and Stuart were looking forward to becoming husband and wife last fall. But unfortunately, the worldwide pandemic did not allow for large gatherings in public spaces. All the planning, all the excitement, and all the festivities came to a screeching halt. Sadly, their special day was postponed not just once but twice.
However, these college sweethearts took the lemons they were dealt and made lemonade. This couple made the decision to start 2021 off as husband and wife by getting married in the family’s home. Two dozen of their nearest and dearest came to witness the union on a gorgeous January evening.
The backyard pagoda made a scenic backdrop for the sunset ceremony. Antique tones of white, cream, and champagne with deep red/merlot accents made up the color palette for the outdoor nuptials.
The bride carried a French hand-wrapped bouquet of champagne roses and white lisianthus wrapped in ivory ribbon with a subtle touch of crystals. But the most meaningful part of this bouquet was the attachment of the family’s heirloom bible carried by the women before her. It also included both the bride’s and groom’s fraternity and sorority pins.
Finding the sweetness in every sour moment will always make life more zestful.
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Venue: Client Home ~ Planner: Beverly Diane Consultants ~ Caterer: Artisan Foods Catering ~ Décor: Dalsimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators ~ Photography: Jeff Kolodny Photography & Video~ Videography: JC Video Productions ~ Cake: Johnsons Cakes South Florida