Casandra is the poster child for rocking ‘Super Bridal Powers!’ A large majority of her final wedding planning months were spent in TX, were she was working remotely and unable to be on the home front as she whipped up her magical Big Day… but it didn’t stop her one bit. She is one of the most organized, on point brides I’ve ever worked with and it was a serious pleasure to be apart of their wedding day.
We started getting ready at the Vinoy in the super snazzy Presidential Suite and then once everyone was all ‘dolled up’ we headed to St. Paul’s for the ceremony to begin. I loved having a front row seat to the action and all of the wonderful little expressions and super secret-undercover silliness passed between Casandra and John in between each piece of the ceremony, it was a hoot. Once they said their ‘I do’s,’ kissed and raced down the aisle , we headed over to their reception a few minutes away at St. Pete Yacht Club (which was one of Casandra’s favorite hobbies.) This was by far- One of my all time favorite receptions, loaded with lots of sweet little children to keep me entertained, lots of love. laughs, and absolute linenlalapolozza at the end of the night…. Their were table clothes, seat covers, napkins, all over that dance floor used in a variety of ways that kept us buckled over in laughter… THE BEST TIME WAS HAD… especially so when… The groom decided to organize a human pyramid of his friends, which don’t get me wrong, but I didn’t think it was going to work with that many guys- but BOY was I wrong! I couldn’t have asked for a nicer day, funner group and pleasant memories.. Thank you guys!
Vendor Shout Outs:
Flowers: Alexis with 2 Birds Events and Design
Ceremony: St. Paul’s Catholic Church
Reception, Caterer, Linens, Cake: St. Pete Yacht Club
DJ: SG Mobile
Dress: Jon’s Bridal
Bridesmaids: David’s Bridal
Guys: Men’s Warehouse
Hair and Make Up: Mary Beth from Salon Vachon and Parker from MAC
Photobooth: Photo Box