"Ever since we met, there has been a calmness and serenity surrounding Jason and I's relationship," said the bride, Kate. "I think it was clear very early on that, 'This is it' and with that understanding, came a sense of security and comfort. So naturally, when we got engaged after dating for 2 years, we knew right away we wanted a wedding that reflected our relationship and our laid-back personalities. Since our dream was to have a simple, peaceful wedding day, we decided to make our wedding a family-only event."
This intimate family wedding in Key West certainly does have a peaceful serenity to it, just as Jason and Kate had planned. The beach, the beautiful flowers, tiki torches and lanterns, aqua mason jars and crisp white linens all make for one beautiful tropical wedding. Didn't Churchill's Photography do an amazing job of capturing the natural beauty of the day? It was nearly impossible to narrow down all of the beautiful photos taken of the couple on the beach!
I just loved this couple's approach to planning their wedding. "We learned that there is no right or wrong in weddings. While many things are expected at weddings these days - large number of guests, bridesmaids and groomsmen, nifty save the dates and invitations, I have learned that it is completely okay to go against the norm on your wedding day. Forgoing all of the extra 'fancy' stuff allowed us to focus on what really mattered that day... each other!"
Peaceful Family Beach Wedding in Florida Keys - Vendors & Credits
Photographer: Churchill's Photography
Venue: Southern Diversion Estate in Islamorada, Key West, Florida
Caterer: On The Fly Girls
Cake Designer: Bob's Bunz
Ceremony Officiant: Bob Serata
Hair Stylist: Ciao Bella Salon and Day Spa of Islamorada
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