Gold bananas

Rehearsal dinners are one of my favourite events to plan, even though they can be a bit tricky. They require a fine balance of fun but not too much ‘wow’ to overshadow the wedding. They shouldn’t mirror the wedding but shouldn’t feel like a completely foreign event to the wedding weekend. They need to have pacing but enough relaxed time for people to mix and mingle, since this is often the first opportunity folks have to meet each other. So, in short, they are a juggling act.

This rehearsal party at Villa Caletas beach, will go down in the annals as one of my all time favourites. Seriously stylish and one fabulous fiesta. We headed down to Villa Caletas’ beach, which is one of the best-kept secrets in Costa Rica. Snuggled in a bay at the bottom of the rainforest, it’s a breathtaking spot that is incredibly private. The road down is hair-raising (the sign at the top states 4X4 ONLY PAST THIS POINT) but totally worth the 10-minute trip down the steep dirt road. Look at that beach!

Villa Caletas beach

Villa Caletas beachVilla Caletas beachVilla Caletas beachGuests enjoyed cocktails seaside as they watched the sun set before moving into the thatched-roof palapa for a Costa Rican dinner.

Tropical rehearsal dinner Costa Rica

Morgan, our gorgeous bride, was inspired by the colours of The Beverly Hills Hotel and wanted to have a “Great Gatsby Meets the Jungle’ feel to the wedding weekend. We went with a pink and green palette with antique gold for punch. The bamboo chairs give a grounding, natural touch, fitting in with the rainforest surroundings.

Pink, green, gold tropical rehearsal dinnerWe added a bit of whimsy to the table decor, painting bunches of bananas gold. Green coconuts, pink ginger and dark green Tiger Paw leaves rounded out the tropical yet elegant look. Wooden table numbers in 3-D were painted gold to match.

Gold bananas, coconuts, palm leavesGold Banana Table DecorThe inspiration for the decor came from Ceci New York’s bespoke invitation set she’d created for the wedding, featuring a Coat of Arms with monkeys and palm trees with touches Art Deco elements. Stunning!!

Elegant Tropical Seating Card

Escort cards had a rustic touch, as they were tacked onto jute rope using wooden clothes pegs. Simple, fun and keeping the vibe relaxed.

Bamboo Seating CardsBamboo seating cards

The highlight of the night was undoubtedly, the comparse (carnival). Now, I have no idea how or why this Brazillian tradition has embedded itself so deeply into Costa Rican culture but hey, it’s bright, it’s loud and it’s crazier than a rainforest of monkeys. More feather headpieces than a Las Vegas review and higher energy than a case of Red Bull, these dancers and drummers had the crowd shaking their hips like hula dancers cranked up to 11. If you’re having your wedding in Costa Rica, seriously consider having a comparse as they are truly a show-stopping addition.

Cosat Rica carnival dancerCosta Rica carnivalCosta Rica carnivalCarnival in Costa RicaCarnival in Costa RicaCarnival in Costa RicaBet you wished you were there, right? Too much fun! Stay tuned for photos of the gorgeous main event.

Massive thanks to the oh-so-talented dynamic duo of A Brit & A Blonde for capturing all the festivities of this shindig.






Posted by: lazybride | February 14, 2014

Real Bouquet – Peonies, Orchids, Dusty Miller

Sometimes, just sometimes, we get real lucky during the months of December to February and we find some peonies here in Costa Rica. One of our weddings lucked out and we had gorgeous blooms for this bouquet. Lisianthus and open roses would also work to give a feathery, soft look if peonies weren’t available.

Happy Valentines’s Dayall!

Peony bouquet

Posted by: lazybride | December 31, 2013

Real Wedding Video – Zephyr Palace, Neha & Bo

The hugely talented Keith Anderson of Wedding Day Cinema flew in from chilly Chicago to shoot Neha and Bo’s wedding weekend and all we can say is wow! It was an epic wedding for sure – 90 guests from all over the USA, a fun rehearsal dinner at the Marriott Los Suenos and a gorgeous wedding at Zephyr Palace bringing together Hindu and Christian traditions for one unforgettable experience. These two have been a couple for a number of years and their love was so evident, touching everyone in attendance.

Many many happy years to you both!!

Posted by: lazybride | November 4, 2013

Real Wedding- Sarah and Forest, Sugar Beach

Sarah and ForestWhat happens when you take two incredibly talented and creative people, surround them with 80 of their nearest and dearest on a deserted beach laden with objets d’art to recreate the look of a wedding using items from a trade ship run aground? This bit of loveliness….

Sarah is an actress on Broadway and screen and Forest is a carpenter (the type who can build the entire house himself).  They chose the secluded Sugar Beach for their wedding celebrations, which was a huge hit with all their guests, since they were far from the maddening crowds during the crazy Christmas/New Year’s holiday week.

The Bouquet Sarah’s bouquet featured white dendrobium orchids, yellow mokara orchids, succulents, yellow freesia and roses in yellow, orange and white.

Table DecorWe wanted to create a unique environment, transporting guests to an ambiance rather than a typical wedding setting. Using our ship theme, we used a plethora of items one might find on a merchant ship, sailing back from the Far Orient. Tables had reproductions of old maps as a centrepiece on which we layered antique silver pieces, beaded votive holders from India, Cuban cigar boxes and Morrocan lanterns. Flowers included a mix of freesia, roses, orchids and eucalyptus. Each table was named after a ship that reflected Sarah and Forest’s zest for life, adorned with the sailing ship from their invitations.

Table DecorationsAntique medicine bottles, found at a New York City flea market, were filled with sand to add a whimsical vintage touch.

Message in a Bottle Seating Cards

Escort cards were a thank you message in a bottle with each guest’s name and table assignment hand calligraphied.

Sand in a bottle

Lace Place SettingChargers were paper doilies on which we handstamped the couples’ names, date and their anchor logo. A craft paper tag with Buen Provecho (Good Appetite in Spanish) added a fun touch to the table setting.

Reception Area

Beautiful Flower Arrangements

Bride's SeatThe Bride and Groom’s chairs were adorned with handpainted wooden signs, again with their anchor logo, and bundles of sweet-smelling freesias.

Floral Arrangements

Hanging ParasolsDancing was on the outdoor patio, under a ceiling of twinkle lights and colourful Chinese parasols.

Ceremony DecorTableau of found objects was featured at the beginning of the ceremony aisle, featuring items like antique suitcases, Indian sari silk, a wooden ampersand, an old globe and parasols to shade the guests.

Dance, Eats Wooden directional signs added a fun touch.

The Programs

Programs, featuring the anchor logo, did double-duty as fans to help folks keep their cool in the tropical heat.

Ceremony SiteAn aisle of leaves, edged with colourful rose petals, was laid before the driftwood chuppah crafted by the groom, the talented carpenter, and even the podium was made from driftwood.

MusiciansLocal musicians serenaded the crowd with Latin music, bringing an authentic Tico touch to the ceremony.

I Do'sBeautiful ceremony in a gorgeous setting!

Party LightingThe dancefloor was packed all night – these folks PARTIED!!!!

The CakeDelicate sugar anemones added the perfect touch to the cake.

Flower Shot

Vintage Decor


Wish LanternsWish lanterns were lit and released just after sunset, the optimal time to get great photos of this lovely tradition.

Mr. and Mrs.Felicidades to Sarah and Forest! What a magical wedding it was!! And what a creative blast it was to dream and plan all the details with you – wish we could do it all again ;)

Massive thanks to Comfort Studio for shooting on behalf of A Brit & A Blonde!

Posted by: lazybride | September 18, 2013

Real Wedding- Jen and Dan, Zephyr Palace

0029Nothing says tropical wedding like cheery colours of purple, fuchsia, yellow and orange, all of which were in abundance at Jen and Dan’s sunkissed wedding at Zephyr Palace!


DSC_3889Love how the yellow lillies, orange roses and touch of pink roses pop against the bridesmaids’ fuchsia dresses!

DSC_5923Check out Jen’s gorgeous bouquet, chockfull of light pink roses, vanda orchids in purple and yellow, yellow lillies and a touch of purple mums.

SONY DSCClear Chiavari chairs were adorned with orange roses and lillies, orange fans while the aisle was outlined in orange rose petals for a pop of colour.


SONY DSCColourfual boutonniere of yellow and purple orchids.


0001Zephyr Palace’s terrace was tented, since November is still transitioning from the Rainy to Dry season and we didn’t want to take any chances! Still an incredible location for a ceremony with a stunning view!


SONY DSCJen and Dan love to travel so they wove this theme into their table names and seating cards, which featured a huge world map and photos of them on their worldwide adventures.

SONY DSCTables were dressed with sheer gold organze overlays, glass chargers with custom round menus underneath and napkins with a touch of bling.

SONY DSCJen looking lovely in her beautiful dress.

0056Real orchids, matching Dan’s boutonniere, trailed down the sides of the cake.


SONY DSCAdding uplighting with LEDs around the room makes a huge difference in the ambiance.


SONY DSCFelicidades to Jen and Dan! Many years of happiness to you both! Huge thanks to El Velo for the great photos.

Posted by: lazybride | September 10, 2013

Real Wedding- Shawn Marie and Thomas, Puerto Viejo

Bride and GroomWelcome to September, which heralds the height of the Rainy Season for the Pacific Coast here in Costa Rica. However, over on the Caribbean side, it’s summer. Gotta love this little country full of sunshine somewhere! Intrepid couple Shawn Marie and Thomas wanted the lush greenery and laid back vibe Puerto Viejo is famous for. We headed to the Shawandha Lodge in Playa Chiquita, where a thatched roof palapa played home to the vibrant wedding reception.

RefreshmentsA sweet vintage feel for the festivities saw lots of antique doilies Shawn Marie collected mixed with with driftwood and succulents.

Ceremony DecorShawn Marie was the Queen of Etsy – seriously, this girl can give workshops! Check out these crocheted rocks made by a woman here in Costa Rica. Queen of Etsy, I tell you!

BouquetA sweet bouquet of hydrangeas, phaeleonopsis orchids, succulents and vines.

AltarThe wedding canopy featured trees, orchids, hydrangeas and a rosette topper. Thomas is a landscape designer so trees played a central role in all of the decor. And of course, it wouldn’t be a beach in Costa Rica without a stray zaquate hanging out!

Flower GirlsAdorable flowers girls in eyelet lace.


Bride and Groom

An upcycled book held the vows (another Etsy score!).

Orchid DecorDetail of the table decor, which had lace runners, hydrangeas, floating orchids, driftwood and succulents.


Floating OrchidsHandpainted names on a wooden board on a lace runner.

Bride and GroomLovely little detail – paper doilies with Bride and Groom hand calligraphied – another Etsy find.

Tropical Table CardsChargers (base plates) were slices of wood topped with a doily-backed menu topped with a crocheted stone with guest’s name hand written on a leaf.

More decor

Table Decor

Reception decor

Wedding CakeTalk about a cake! We created a special stand housing glass cylinders 3 feet tall filled with branches and orchids, lit by LEDs on which sat the cake (driven in all the way from San Jose!) on a bed of orchids. Spectacular!!


Detail of table decor


CandlesWe converted a concrete alcove into a display of floating candles, creating a warm glow to the room.

Shawn Marie and Thomas Lowe's Wedding at Playa Cocles, reception at the Hotel Shawanda, Puerto Viejo, Costa RicaAnd how cute is this baby sloth?? Shawn Marie and Thomas took all their guests to the Jaguar Rescue Center up the road in Playa Chiquita (highly recommended!!) and then gave a donation to help them in their quest to rehabilitate injured wild animals. We were extremely lucky to have a baby sloth from the center come to the wedding for a short visit (please note that due to the new laws in Costa Rica, wild animals are no longer allowed to be housed in zoos or privately nor used for display purposes).

Felicidades to Shawn Marie and Thomas! Many years of happiness to you both! Thanks to Dan Power for the lovely photos!

Posted by: lazybride | August 27, 2013

Real Wedding- Adeela and Tim, Cala Luna

Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-111Adeela and Tim had a dreamy wedding at the equally dreamy Cala Luna in Playa Langosta. It was a celebration of love and culture, as Adeela’s Pakistani roots were a touchstone throughout this fun weekend.

Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-4How adorable are these invitations, mimicking an old Costa Rican passport and antique plane boarding pass?!

Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-15All the pretty bridesmaids in a row, wearing traditional outfits in the soft, pastel wedding colours.

Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-30Khakis and white dress shirts made for some sharp dressed groomsmen!

Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-44The bride in her richly embroidered and bejewelled wedding outfit.

Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-48Our colour palette was inspired by seaglass, linen and soft pastels. Paris chairs in white were paired with a light grey linen tablecloth.

Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-49Napkins in light blue and pink gave a pop of colour.  Glass chargers with seaglass finished off the look

Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-56Travel was the overarcing theme for the wedding and the seating card table featured antique suitcases, an old globe, post cards instead of a guest book and seating cards the looked like old-time luggage tags.

Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-59The florals were submerged white dendrobium orchids with floating candles and glass vases with a mix of white orchids, roses and lisianthus to create a soft, ethereal feel.

Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-65The windswept point of Playa Langosta was the ceremony location, decorated with a driftwood canopy strung with chains of white orchids and flanked by branches with orchids

Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-67Colourful parasols kept guests cool under the hot, tropical sun.

Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-73The happy bride escorted by her parents.

Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-95Love and laughter were on full display throughout the ceremony.

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Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-136In keeping with the travel theme, tables were named after meaningful locations for the couple and seating cards featured antique map backgrounds.

Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-144Candlelight makes everything so beautiful!

Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-145When creating your wedding environment, don’t forget the power of lighting.

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Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-149Strings of lanterns and professional uplighting create a magical poolside setting for dinner and dancing.

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Adeela and Tim - A Brit and A Blonde-161How magical!! Congratulations again to Adeela and Tim – many years of happiness to you both! Muchas gracias to the wunderduo of A Brit & A Blonde for their fine work behind the lens as always.

Posted by: lazybride | August 23, 2013

Real Wedding- Lindsay and Sammy, Hacienda Pinilla

Bride and Groom

Lindsay and Sammy are two of the sweetest people you’ll ever meet and made the trek to Hacienda Pinilla with 120 friends and relatives from Texas. They made every guest warm and welcome in the land of Pura Vida, where Sammy has been coming on yearly surfing trips for over a decade. This beauty of a wedding was featured on the blog Every Last Detail and we hope you enjoy all the details as much as we did putting them all together!


Reception SiteDinner set up on the lawn. This area of Guanacaste sees the famous Papagayo winds every December through to February and this part of Hacienda Pinilla is one of the hardest hit so decor had to be ‘wind proofed’.

The Bouquet Succulents, calas and dendrboium orchids created a colourful bouquet.

Boutonniere Orange cymbidium orchid boutonniere added a nice colour pop against the groom’s linen suit.

Table ArrangementsVases held calas, lillies, hydrangeas and orchids. Due to the windy conditions of this area in December, florals were all low and candles battery operated (outdoor wedding tip!).

Reception DecorRound tables were set on the lawn, under a ceiling of twinkle lights and lanterns. Tables donned sheer organza overlays in either sky blue or light green while coral napkins provided a punch of color.

Table Decor


An elegant lounge area was set up between the two thatched roof palapas, which house the buffet area and the dance area. Here, guests could relax while enjoying a cigar from the cigar roller and sipping on rare rum, tequila or scotch from the Special Tasting Bar.


CalasTable numbers were in frames with wine corks, a nod to the couple’s love of vino.

Programs and Fans

All in the DetailThe MusiciansLocal Latin guitar trio added a true Tico touch to the ceremony and cocktail hour.

Tropical FlowersThe ceremony was on one of the prettiest beaches in Costa Rica with a driftwood pergola decorated with hydrangeas, calas, Peruvian lillies and orchids.

Orange and White PetalsCutest flower girl and ring bearer ever!

The CeremonyBig wedding, big wedding party. Love how the girl’s bright dresses reflect off of the beach.

Tropical AltarThe couple exchanged their vows under a driftwood canopy on one of Costa Rica’s prettiest beaches against the stunning sunset.

Beautiful Sunset

Wedding CakeThe three layer cake was flown in from San Jose, filled with nummy Tootsie Roll flavor and rum filling.

CigarThe cigar roller was a huge hit. Tobacco grown here in Costa Rica is from Cuban seeds, making a perfectly-rolled cigar a highly enjoyed post-dinner treat.

Soft Dinner Lighting

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And did these people know how to party! The dance floor was packed to the sounds of DJ Sky and guests revelled in dressing up with fake mustaches, donning crazy glasses and lots of decorative beads.

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A Brit and A Blonde -Lindsey and Sammy-110

Love the custom beer coozies!

Bride and GroomFelicidades Lindsay and Sammy! Wonderful couple, wonderful wedding and one heck of a great party! Pura Vida!

Massive thanks to A Brit & A Blonde for their fabbo photos!

Posted by: lazybride | August 20, 2013

Real Wedding- Laura and Shane, Tamarindo

Laura and Shane's Wedding Take two beach lovers, add 80 friends and family (including a whole swack of kiddos), a sunny summer day at the beach and voila!-  a fun, love-filled wedding.

Bride's dressLove the back details of Laura’s wedding dress!

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the hotel Diria in Tamarindo, Guanacaste, Costa RicaShane and Laura’s nieces and nephews were an integral part of the ceremony, where they all walked down the ceremony and encircled the couple as they exchanged vows.

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa RicaWe crafted this sign with this saying on the one side as guests entered the ceremony site, setting the sunny tone for the wedding.

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa RicaIf having a barefoot wedding, a shoe valet is a helpful detail to ensure your guests’ comfort.

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa Rica

Blue hydrangea balls on shepherd’s hooks served as aisle markers leading up to the simple canopy adorned with chains of orchids.

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa Rica

Corsages of cymbidium orchids and boutonnieres out of dendrobium orchids, keeping in our colour scheme of light green.

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa RicaBlue hydrangeas, green dendrobium orchids and white lisianthus for the bride’s bouquet.


Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa RicaRemembering a family member who’d passed on with stems of orchids at a ceremony seat.

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa Rica

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa Rica

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa RicaSunny days call for chic shade, like these colourful parasols!

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa RicaSoft bristled paint brushes are essential to brushing off the sand at a shoe valet.

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the hotel Diria in Tamarindo, Guanacaste, Costa RicaWho says a wedding ceremony has to be boring and serious?

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa RicaThe province of Guanacaste (where Tamarindo is situated) is called the Cradle of Costa Rican Culture and this trio of local musicians brought a local musical flair to the ceremony and cocktail hour.

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the hotel Diria in Tamarindo, Guanacaste, Costa RicaJust married!

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the hotel Diria in Tamarindo, Guanacaste, Costa RicaThe reception was held around the giant pool at the Tamarindo Diria, under the stars. Our theme was the ocean so our tables captured the feeling of the sea by using vases with floating candles, blue and white florals, light blue organza overlays, seaglass under glass chargers and clear Ghost chairs. LED lights was set under the tall vases to add more light to the tables.

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the hotel Diria in Tamarindo, Guanacaste, Costa RicaA modern lounge, with a rustic canopy, wooden tables and custom pillows with the themed artwork from the invitations, was a relaxing place to chill out by the dance area.

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the hotel Diria in Tamarindo, Guanacaste, Costa Rica

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa RicaEverything from the wedding invitations to the pillows to the tables featured wave artwork. Under each glass charger were conversation starters about the couple.

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa RicaA mariachi band kicked the cocktail hour into high gear!

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa RicaThis super active couple love surfing so a surfboard amid a ‘sea’ of blue hydrangeas served as the escort card table.

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa RicaOver the week leading up to the wedding, small bird whistles sold on the beach became a ‘thing’ with the wedding crew so one of the guests purchased some as a surprise wedding favor.

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa RicaBird’s eye view of the reception around the Tamarindo Diria pool

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa RicaThe jumbled letter cake with LOVE.

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the Hotel Diria in Tamarindo Gunacaste, Costa RicaRather than a guest book, well wishers signed Costa Rican post cards.

Laura and Shane's Wedding at the hotel Diria in Tamarindo, Guanacaste, Costa RicaI think this photo of a beach dog tugging at Laura’s train sums up the happy-go-lucky spirit of this wonderful couple. Huge congratulations to you both and a special hello to Laura from her biggest fan, my daughter Luba ;)

Thanks to Dan Power Photography for capturing the day.

Posted by: lazybride | August 9, 2013

Real Wedding- Judy and Kyle, Punto de Vista

Beach Shot

Get ready for some serious gorgeousness. Judy and Kyle were gorgeous, the setting was gorgeous, the decor was gorgeous and the photography? Oh. My. Goodness. GORGEOUS! Husband and wife team Two Mann Studios captured the day with stunning images. Just wow! No wonder they’ve been named Number 1 wedding photographers in Canada four times in a row!

Pink Ceremony SiteThe ceremony took place on the rooftop deck at Punto de Vista, one of our favourite locations for weddings. We kept the palette simple – bright fuchsia petals and fabric, white clear discs and floating candles with more rose petals suspended in the cylinders. Rustic wooden benches rounded out the look.

Ceremony Decor

Bride and GroomLove how the fuchsia pops against the girl’s bright mango dresses!

Mojitos and Pink LemonadeKeeping with the rustic theme, we had a tub full of beer, handpainted bar menu and grey-striped paper straws in a mason jar.

Table DecorDinner was held on the 4th floor terrace. Long imperial tables were dressed with ivory tablecloths, a lovely grey Chevron runner Judy brought from Canada, and flowers in peach, pink and fuchsia nestled in silver and glass vases. Mercury candles topped off the vintage look while silver hobnail glass chargers gave a touch of elegance. Pink napkins added a punch of colour and the menus, created by a friend of the couple, featured a festive little Toucan!

Table Decor

Wedding Party It’s no wonder Manuel Antonio beach was voted #1 beach in Central America by TripAdvisor!

Bride and Groom

Sunset Silhouettes

Tables and LightingThe dining terrace at the last bit of sunset. We’d strung lines of twinkle lights in the ceiling and fashioned light shades out of doilies, in keeping with the vintage vibe.

Rose Decorations

LightingDoilie lampshades!

Bride and Groom Dance

More Delicious DessertsGuests were treated to a late night snack of homemade chocolate chip cookies and a shot of milk.

Bride and Groom in the PoolAfter a hot night of dancing up a storm, it’s inevitable everyone ends up in the pool – bride and groom included!

Sunset Shot of Bride and GroomCongratulations Judy and Kyle! Such a pleasure working with you. What a gorgeous wedding and couple!

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