Taking inspiration from Mexican influence, and the warm vibes of South Florida, this team created beautiful tropical wedding ideas full of color and flirtatious fun.
We love that the team chose slightly more muted tones than the typical deep saturations that we see in tropical inspiration. With this style taking place in spring, a softer color palette was used throughout the floral design created by Maison Francis. We absolutely love how hanging citrus was incorporated in the bridal bouquet and arrangements. In addition to the large arrangements, the use of Patron bottles as bud vases on the sweetheart table along with dripping taper candles added a fun, and unique vibe to the tropical style.
We love this fun and playful style, and all of the subtle nods they gave throughout their details. The historic site played the perfect setting for this tropical style, and we love that they didn’t hesitate to play with color and texture, and add a little fruit to the mix. Add a grapefruit margarita to the menu, and we are sold!
VENDORS WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN…
Venue: Curtiss Mansion // Photographer: Vanessa Velez // Ribbon: Shy Myrtle // Fabric: Silk & Willow // Cake: The Starfish Cottage // Groom Suit: Perry Ellis // Hair & Makeup: A Touch of Beauty by Lilly // Jewelry: Eva Guadalupe // Furniture & Vintage Rentals: Love in Vintage // Calligraphy & Stationery: Yasmine Boisson // Floral Design: Maison Francis // Planning: Soco Alicea // Second Shooter: Enuel Viera // Film Lab: Boutique Film Lab
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