02/18/2017, Jessica & Gregory

 

 

A historic apartment in the lower east side of New York City is home to Jessica and Greg, the bride and groom of this unearthed inspired vintage beach wedding. Their love for nature and the island’s natural elegance brought them out of the city and here to the beautiful Florida Keys.

The three day event consisted of a garden rehearsal dinner with draped bistro lighting above casual banquet tables wrapped in butcher paper (accompanied with crayons to illustrate the guests favorite bride and groom memory). The semi casual but amazing caribbean pig buffet from the Chef Drew’s Island Catering was the center of attention at the dinner.

The wedding day design was simple white linens with gold silverware. Hand dipped navy napkins with local islands as the table numbers. The terra-cotta pot centerpieces brought the color and elegance to the table.

The Tiki bar on property was fully stocked with the Islands finest home town brew, Kegs from the Florida Keys Brewing Company.

The wedding followed with a Sunday brunch provided by the Islamorada Shrimp Shack to conclude the weekend but to start as the Mr. and Mrs. first gala with friends and family!

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Planning and Design: Keys Planning and Events
Venue: Key Largo Lighthouse
Photographer: Mary Veal
Caterer: Chef Drews Island Catering
Flowers: Darenda
Officiate: Ceremonies by Kat
Hair and Makeup: Lisa Collins and Michelle Edison
Musician: Bay Kings Band
Key Lime Tarts: Bianca
Cake/Cupcakes: Unique D’lites
Rentals: Linens and More

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