Madeira Beach Wedding

  • Posted on January 7, 2014 at 7:32 pm

20131109_152016-1_resized 20131109_162117_resized 20131109_163553-1_resized_1 20131109_163617-1_resized 20131109_164141-1_resized 20131109_163844-1_resized_1 20131109_165432-1_resized 2013 photos 001 20131109_164308-1_resized_1 20131109_155439_resized_1 20131109_165432-1_resized 20131109_163230-1_resized 2013 photos 001 20131109_163247-1_resized_1 20131109_165628-1_resized_1A High School Head Athletic Trainer and Assistant Director, ” The Groom” and  Deputy Cheif of Public Affairs, “The Bride” meet and fall in love and say their  “I Do’s” on Madeira Beach in front of their family and friends.    Brother of the bride, and very talented guitarist, who I wish would stay in town and play for my other weddings, played a medley of songs,  some that he wrote and also from Eric Clapton, The Beattles, Train,  Johann Pachelbel and for the Recessional he wrote a song for the two of them  “Riding the Sunset”.   The bride chose Song of Solomon 8 verses 6-7 to be read and they each wrote their own sets of vows.   Everything was unique and part of them and made the ceremony very special.   

The Bamboo canopy was draped in white and pumpkin orange tulle with silk bird of paradise tied back on each front side.  There were sets of shell filled lanterns lining the aisle hung from sheppard hooks.   The girls wore olive green colored dresses and bouquets tied with raffia and broches on Maid and Matron of Honors.   

A day that their family and friends will never forget.  Congratulations to the lovely couple and best wishes to a wonderful life which I am sure involves lots of traveling. 




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