Ringling Museum is a beautiful Sarasota location for a Spring wedding. The weather could not have been more perfect for this Sarasota bride and groom whose wedding was planned with the help of Nicole Kaney of NK Productions.
The bride carried a simple, hand-tied bouquet of blue hydrangea with small white spray roses for a delicate look. Her maid of honor carried a bouquet of blue hydrangea.
For the ceremony, a simple bamboo canopy with sheer organza made a lovely backdrop, and the aisle was lined with single white hydrangea and lemon leaf.
Fete Catering was in charge of the food and did lovely cocktail hour stations, followed by a served dinner. Lyndsay of Pastry by Design handled the cake with a shell theme that was topped with fresh blue hydrangea and edible small white shells. Pretty soft blue linens were topped with tall cylinders of white cymbidium that were submerged with a light tray under each which gave a soft glow into the evening. Each tall cylinder was surrounded with bold colors using hot pink roses, deep blue-purple hydrangea, orange spray roses and fuchsia Mokara orchids. The floral arrangements gave a nice pop of color on the soft pastel linens. Star fish and other shells were used on the place card table with all the table numbers were done with a shell theme.
This great team of vendors also included Katie Beyer Photography who provided all of the wonderful photos in the attached gallery. Katie’s has a great way of capturing the moment, check out her website at www.katiebeyerphotography.com for additional pictures of this and other weddings.