Romantic and modern were the two words Kristina and George used when speaking about their gorgeous copper wedding. Bourbon and Blush Events guided them throughout their planning process to help create the most memorable wedding day. They chose The Dali Museum in St Petersburg, FL because it symbolized so many features of their lives together. From the scenic bay waterfront marina, just around the corner from their home, to the industrial and strikingly modern features of the museum, they knew they had found the exact spot they wanted to vow to spend the rest of their lives together.
We love that their outdoor ceremony was set after sunset, where they exchanged vows under a starlit sky and string lights, with a beautiful custom built ceremony backdrop created by Ever After Vintage Weddings. They took these geometric details and carried them through the reception, with hexagon details in the place cards guiding each guest to their place at the table. We think you’re absolutely going to enjoy the beauty and detail from this modern romantic wedding that Jason Mize Photography captured perfectly!
What a fun modern flair, and we love the romance and intention that went into every design choice that this couple made. They were committed to giving their guests an amazing experience, and we love how they made that happen!
VENDORS WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN…
Wedding Planning and Design: Bourbon and Blush Events // Photography: Jason Mize Photography // Venue: The Dali Museum // Florist: FH Weddings // Lighting: The Production Crew // Linens: Kate Ryan Linens // Stationery + Calligraphy: Blush Design Studio // Catering: Good Food // Cake: Hands on Sweets // Wedding Dress: Isabel O’Neil // Hair and Makeup: Lasting Luxe // Groom + Groomsman Suites: Jackie Z Style Co. // China, Flatware + Ceremony Display: Ever After Vintage Weddings
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