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Coastal Chic Florida Wedding with Non-Floral Centerpieces

Coastal Chic Florida Wedding with Non-Floral Centerpieces

bride and groom kiss under the bride's veil

Today’s beaut of a wedding has us all swept up like a cool beach breeze. From a proposal at sea to an intimate destination wedding in Florida, Robin & Tristan’s wedding is all about the coastal vibes. With gorgeous design details like criss-cross leis and hanging orchids at the ceremony by Isn’t She Lovely, dusty blue coral centerpieces, and oyster escort cards this elegant Florida wedding has it all. Trust us, you’ll find yourself humming the tune of “Under the Sea” as you scroll through these photos by Heather Wall Photography.

bride and groom kiss under the bride's veil

beachy bridal hair

white bridal bouquet

Robin and Tristan took inspiration from the ocean for their destination wedding in coastal Florida, including coral tablescapes and oyster-shell escort cards. “People would ask what the colors for our wedding were, and I always just said organic colors and very soft whites and blues,” Robin says.

mom helping the bride with her dress

groom getting ready photo

bridal bouquet

bridal portrait

bride with her bridesmaids in sea-foam green dresses

wedding ceremony floral decor

wedding ceremony floral decor

The couple loves the ocean, so Tristan proposed on Robin’s family’s boat while they were out on the water near Alabama. “I still can’t believe he pulled it off,” Robin says. “I will never forget him saying, ‘Don’t freak out, and don’t drop the ring!’” Dolphins even made an appearance during the memorable moment, and Robin says their engagement inspired their wedding’s beach focus.

bride walking down the aisle with her father

ceremony photo

bride and groom kiss during the ceremony

bride and groom portrait

oyster shell escort cards

oyster shell escort cards

Among the couple’s favorite details were the wooden altar with orchid leis “to die for,” (a nod to Robin’s former home of Hawaii) and personalized cocktail napkins with their initials and a sailfish. On the tables, the florist swapped flower centerpieces for intriguing white and dusty blue coral pieces, as well as an array of candles and blue water glasses to pull all of the elements together.

intimate Florida wedding reception

seascape centerpieces

wooden roman tables with soft table runner and coral centerpieces

seascape centerpieces

 

bride and groom walking into their reception

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neutral mismatched bridesmaid dress with loose bouquets

For other couples, Robin advises, “Don’t stress too much and trust your vendors.” She also encourages others to “take the leap” if they’re considering a destination wedding. Fewer people may be able to attend, Robin says, “but I truly loved how intimate it was.”

seascape centerpieces

white wedding cake with orchid details

seascape centerpieces

white wedding cake with orchid details

seascape centerpieces

bride and groom dancing under the festoon lights

 

 

bride and groom kiss during sparkler exit

We love how intimate and cozy this Florida wedding feels and can we just talk about that dress? Absolutely gorgeous. If you’re still looking for your dream dress, check out these 100 dresses under $1K!

Wedding Vendors:
Photographer: Heather Wall Photography
Wedding Planner + Custom Decor: Carrie Darling Events
Venue, Catering + Cake: Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa
Florals + Seascape Centerpieces: Isn’t She Lovely
Lighting: Artistic Science
Table Runners: La Tavola
Custom Cocktail Napkins: The French Table
DJ: DJ Dayve
Videography: Gallagher Cinema
Table + Chair Rentals: Niche Event Rentals
Hair + Makeup: Blue Water Hair Salon
Glass + Plate Rentals: Dishie Rentals
Rings: Katie Anderson Diamonds
Stationery: Minted Weddings
Ring Box: The Mrs Box

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  • Some beautiful shots, Heather has an incredible eye for capturing the magic – if there is any advice to be taken in where you should spend your money on your wedding, it’s the photographer. The Lily wedding cake is very elegant, I also really like the kinda of ‘coastal’ theme going on here, with the what looks like coral on the table? Looks beautiful, just goes to show you don’t need tables overflowing with trinkets, colour, flowers etc. for it to have a stunning visual impact – thank you for listing the suppliers for the rest of us to steal! 😉

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