Sunday, November 7, 2010

Stacy and Paul Tie The Knot

On October 15th, Stacy and Paul were married in a beautiful ceremony at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Dunedin. Stacy and her bridesmaids carried gorgeous bouquets from DD'S Blooms and looked amazing in their gowns.

By coincidence, the church was having their fall festival the same day as Stacy and Paul's wedding. After the ceremony, their photographer Kimberly from Kimberly Photography was able to take them to the fair and capture some fun photos on the ferris wheel.

While Stacy and Paul were taking pictures, the guests headed over to the Marriott Suites on Sand Key for cocktail hour on the pool deck. Daniel Giron played guitar as the guests enjoyed appetizers and cocktails. The weather was gorgeous!

The reception was held in the ballroom at the Marriott. RJ Vida and his crew provided the gobo on the dance floor and the blue uplighting. The lighting really added a unique ambiance to the room. Grant Hemond DJ Tim LaVechia got the crowd on the dance floor and Shutterbooth provided a fun memento for guests. The candy buffet was a huge hit and the cake from Chef Nelson was scrumptious!

Stacy and Paul spent almost a year taking dance lessons so they could surprise their friends and family with a choreographed first dance. Paul and Stacy had another big surprise for their guests too. After dinner Stacy changed to a knee length gown and the newly weds took the dance floor to do a swing dance. They did a fantastic job and the guests were truly wowed. Thank goodness Ian from Movie Magic Productions was there to capture it on video!

The guests really enjoyed the fun surprises, the personal touches and the delicious food. Desiree and the rest of the Marriott staff did a wonderful job taking care of the guests.

Stacy and Paul, I really enjoyed being a part of your special day! I wish you both a lifetime of love and happiness.

Kimberly did a beautiful slide show of pictures from the day that you can check out on her blog. .

I also snapped some photos during the day which are posted below. Enjoy!

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