by: Lauren

Quyen and Ronnie’s barely blush and white luxe Miami wedding was like a fairytale! With breathtaking images by Kristen Weaver Photography, modern crystal chandeliers, and an “OMG WOW” Ines di Santo gown, everything was flawless. They had a Vietnamese-American fusion wedding, starting the day with a traditional Vietnamese Tea Ceremony at Quyen’s parent’s home. Their reception later at the Milander Center was full of lush florals by Linh Floral and Designs and modern gold details like the laser cut place cards. A confetti introduction was followed by a 7-course gourmet dinner and then a night of dancing.

Vendors who made it all happen…

Photographer: Kristen Weaver Photography // Getting Ready Venue: Hyde Hotel // Ceremony Venue: Our Lady of La Vang Vietnamese // Reception Venue: Milander Center for Arts and Entertainment // Event Planner: Mariela Luong // Hair Stylist: Styles by Renee Marie // Makeup Artist: Lush Beauty Bar // Florist: Linh Floral & Designs // Cake: Et Cakes // Bridal Salon: Chic Parisien // Bridal Gown: Ines di Santo // DJ: DJ Spinfamous // Rentals: Florida Event Rentals // Linens: Over the Top Linen // Videography: Love & Stories // Catering: Hao Wah

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Lauren Grove is the editor and owner of Every Last Detail. A clueless bride-turned-wedding planner, Lauren uses her experiences and knowledge to educate and inspire brides all over the world.

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  1. Tracy Klemens (a Vendor)

    I love everything about this wedding. Its beautiful and a dream come true!

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