Nicole & Bob were locals but most of their guests were from the North so they decided on a tropical paradise for their wedding venue: Sundy House in Delray Beach. The Sundy House feels as if your lost in a perfect little lush Bed & Breakfast in Key West . The ceremony was a traditional Catholic ceremony but with a small surprise to recognize the Irish Bride. The bagpiper played as guests entered the church and then preluded the bride for her bridal walk.
The guests were greeted poolside by the sounds of the steel drum and mint mojitios upon arriving at the reception. The tropical colors of green and mango were throughout the event from the escort cards to the flowers and the candy bar which was a "sweet" hit by all.
Photos courtesy of Debra Weisheit Photography

Shannon & Michael

Shannon & Michael live in New York but Shannon had
her heart set on a fabulous Episcopal church in Palm Beach: Bethesda by the Sea. Donald Trump tied the knot at this historical church last year. The couple then moved on to another historical site in Palm Beach for dinner and dancing: Flagler Mansion.
Shannon and Michael loved the old world feel of the Flagler and the gorgeous water views that the venue offered. The guests could enjoy a "Florida sunset", the couple's signature drink , while taking pleasure in the breathtaking view of the Palm Beach intracoastel waterway just as the sun was setting. Shannon envisioned a soft palette of ivory, champagne and pale pinks to complement the gold accessories in the main ballroom.
Since I most often work with the bride, I really got a chance to know Shannon. Not only is she drop dead gorgeous, she is just as beautiful inside. Shannon has truly inspired me to be a better women. She is the true definition of "sweet" and really an all-around great girl. I have to say, equally, she is a lucky girl. Michael adores her and their love is simply felt by all in their presence.
Photos Courtesy of Damon Tucci Photography