The white and green palette throughout the day from the ceremony to reception was sharp! I really liked the look of the tables at the reception because they keep the floral low and lush and then the tables had these beautiful tall tapered white candles which just gave it this pop of elegance with the goblets and plate chargers. They did such a great job with all the decor, start to finish.
Key West is known for its sunsets, and I don’t take it for granted, living in a place like this. But to be really honest, it’s too easy to dial it in and make a quick sunset photo with the bride and groom that I’ve made hundreds of times before in a venue I work at often, that I know will be “pretty” and then get on with it. But instead, I really am interested in making a real piece of art for my clients with sunset photos that break the traditional mold. I’m always trying new lighting techniques, new angles, and new perspectives so they get something that’s never been done before. It’s a little challenge I give myself each wedding, and I think the clients that hire me really appreciate that.
I feel like I am saying this in every blog post lately, but that dance floor filled up and the party didn’t stop until the night was over. I attribute that to my clients, and Nicole and Mike were no exception. They hired vendors they knew they could trust and then they just let ‘er rip. No holds barred, no worries, 110% giving it up all day long. When you surround yourself with wedding professionals who really care about your wedding, the results are stupendous.