This couple chose chartreuse and coral as the color scheme for their destination wedding at the Ringling in Sarasota Florida.
They were joined together in marriage on the Terrace of the Ca Da’ Zan. The couple stood in front of the amazing colorful stained glass windows of the museum where an iron arch, covered in roses, orchids and dripping with green amaranthus framed the couple. This placement of chairs kept the sunlight at the guests’ backs and the glare from the water out of their eyes. Two black tripods were used to flank the back of the aisle that was lined with rose petals. Green dendrobium orchids were attached to every other chair end down the aisle.
The nearly 100 guests were then transferred by trolley to the Ringling Museum Courtyard for the reception. The dinner tables had vibrant coral Marlyse roses cascading down the stem of the 36-inch tall bronze candelabrum with 5 votive candles on top of each one. This beautiful display worked well with the coral linens that had been chosen. The whimsical cake from Beautiful Cakes by Ron, was beautifully framed by the arch that was transferred over from the ceremony site.
Nicole Kaney, of NK Productions, was the wedding coordinator who effortlessly executed the event, with Mattison’s catering, led by Anna Pohl. Tibor Imely was the photographer who captured all their wedding memories.