This gorgeous beach wedding was intimate and sophisticated. Close friends and family watched Erin and Seth say “I Do” on the beach under crystal clear skies. Then guests shared a delicious brunch and dancing. What a lovely way to start their new life together!
Erin + Seth | January 23rd, 2011 | Naples, Florida
Starfish, shells, coral and four lucite containers filled with an assortment of coastal elements lined our aisle as guests approached their seats. We had our family and friends arranged in a square format surrounding us under our non-traditional Chuppah, a large contemporary, white offset umbrella. Our Rabbi used our Ketubah as the central element for our ceremony, talking about how Seth and I selected our hand painted unique wedding contract. Our Ketubah states “were you go, I shall go” as reminiscent of our relationship and the love and support we have shared.
The Beach House was the perfect place for our reception because it was intimate and had the most incredible views of the gulf. Our square white tables were accented with candles, square glass containers field with shells and cymbidium orchids crossing over one another. Our intimate wedding was filled with family and very close friends. We danced to a three piece band and ate the best food from the Ritz Carlton. Our reception was in a brunch style format during the day, so our guests could appreciate the incredible environment and weather for our wedding.
The dress was so spectacular and photographed perfectly. It was classic and unforgettable. I only hope that someone else will have the opportunity to wear the dress that will make her feel as special as I did on my wedding day.