Working as a floral designer in Florida has given me the opportunity to witness the most beautiful beach weddings along the Gulf Coast. The white sand beaches and spectacular sunsets are just a few of the reasons why couples make it a popular place for a destination wedding. Beach Weddings although formal at first, seem to end up being casual, as wearing shoes and sandals switch over to bare feet. The Daisy Wedding Arch is made up of mostly daisies using other accent flowers like lilies, white roses, and a few white starfish.
The two arrangements in front of the arch used the same flowers as the wedding arch. The bridesmaids dresses were a turquoise blue that picked up on the shades of the ocean. Daisy themed table centerpieces decorated the tables with hints of blue and purple for added color. Instead of the traditional floral bouquet she held a vintage pastel broach bouquet that glistened with jeweled shades of green, blue, purple and gold.
It was like living in a tropical paradise for that one day. Everything had matched from the turquoise ribbon fondant Wedding cake, bridesmaids dresses, to the butterfly decorations in the table centerpieces. It wasn’t over done just simple and beachy. If you are thinking about having your wedding in the gulf coast area there are many beach home rentals available, and great attraction packages to help your guest find things to do while they stay here. You may want to book a fishing trip, or a snorkeling adventure, or how about taking your guest on a dolphin cruise, You can go on line and visit www.tripshock.com to give you ideas on what to do.
Their were beautiful views of the ocean along with a long staircase that led to where the ceremony took place. Floral garland wrapped banisters decorated the deck where dancing and the throwing of the bouquet took place. Later in the evening more pictures were taken as the newly married couple seen there first sunset together as man and wife.