Having trouble deciding on a color palette for your big day? Neutrals are always a classic that never go out of style. We are head over heels for today’s modern and romantic Sarasota wedding captured by ELD favorite Hunter Ryan Photo! This couple really let the natural beauty of their venue, Selby Gardens, shine with a white, cream, and gold color scheme. Jennifer Matteo Event Planning helped them coordinate lots of modern acrylic details like the stunning floral arch and ghost chairs to not inhibit the serene waterside view. Their one pop of color was in the statement painted and sugar flower covered wedding cake to end the night on a glam note!
From Hunter Ryan Photo:
The bride described her inspiration as modern and romantic. She really wanted a clean white palette with modern touches of acrylic, white orchids and mercury glass. She also noted that with 80-90% of the guests coming from out of town – they wanted to give them a full “Sarasota” experience. Overlooking the Sarasota Bay achieved just that!
Allison wanted different, yet traditional – so we set off to find the balance for her. The result was simply stunning. Modern elements such as custom Acrylic Table numbers, Chuppah, seating chart and signage were perfectly balanced by traditional Napoleon chairs, clear glass chargers and Mercury glass table tops. Her florals were in abundance. From her ceremony Chuppah to her head table – luxury was the focus.
Vendors who made it all happen…
Photographer: Hunter Ryan Photo // Venue: Marie Selby Botanical Gardens // Planning: Jennifer Matteo Event Planning // Floral Design: Tailored Twig // Rentals: So Staged // Cake & Desserts: Cakes By Ron // Catering: Michael’s Events and Catering // Ceremony & Cocktail Hour Music: Breezin’ Entertainment // Band: The Hit Factory // Beauty: Brides by Kelly Anne + Co // Lighting: Affairs In The Air // Videography: Jessica Overholt Photography //
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