Monica and Nick's wedding was held at a beautiful private mansion in Boca Raton Florida. Frank "The Bald Guy" Donnino was on hand to photograph their special day. Keep scrolling to view more photographs.
Wedding photography courtesy of Frank “The Bald Guy” Donnino, South Florida Wedding Photographer.
Some of the amazing vendors on hand to help make Monica and Nick's wedding possible are: AJ Films, Anthony Acevedo; Flowers by the couple's sister Renee; Earth and Sugar, Desiree Carroeguas; ECG - Excelarated Creative Group, Jonathan Stern; Pretty in Ink Makeup, Angela Mamo; Bridesmaid Dresses by Thedaintyard on Etsy; Tuxes by Combatant Gentlemen; Hughs Catering, Pam MacEway; Gary Lane - Vocalist/Pianist.
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Every couple wants their wedding to be unique and to reflect their personalities. With Diane and Nick, their big day was nothing short of special. Wedding photography courtesy of Frank "The Bald Guy" Donnino. Scroll down and become inspired by their romantic antique wedding theme.
This wedding was certainly a celebration to remember with all of its eclectic touches, mixed in with a bit of beachy boho antique fabulousness. Chances are that if you have stumbled upon this article, you have a wedding coming up. Planning a wedding is a big undertaking. And VG Invites is in love with all of the romantic touches in Diane and Nick's wedding. Our hope is that this post will give you inspiration when planning your big day.
Their's was a quaint wedding held at the Palm Beach Sailing Club and photographed by Frank "The Bald Guy" Donnino. Some of the other vendors who helped to make this wedding possible were: Angela Wood and Debora Maale of Orange Blossom Florals, Jamal of Ganache Bakery Cafe, Hailee Martin of Hailee Rae Space, True Live Decor Vintage, and Molly of Molly's Trolleys.
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VG Invites will be the first to tell you that the beauty in any wedding lies in the details and the love in the couple’s eyes. The small details in the invitations, décor, and the words chosen for vows are what makes every wedding personalized and special. They highlight both your personalities and the love that you have for each other.
If you’re having your wedding during a specific holiday, it can be easy to overcompensate on the holiday décor. Taryn and Danny’s wedding is a great example of how to balance the time of year with their own personal details and style.
Their modern and elegant wedding incorporated delicate and unique touches that showcased their personalities as individuals and as a couple: figurine cats on the wedding cake, strawberries on the champagne flutes, floating tea light centerpieces, “Bee Happy” honey wedding favors, and even the bed of baby’s breath for the place cards.
We loved their idea of having an unplugged wedding, which allows their guests to be fully present during the ceremony. No checking-in on Facebook. No newsfeeds. No funny internet memes. Just connecting with one another with love and respect.
The color accents in various hues of purple and fuchsia throughout the wedding add splashes of non-traditional festive color while keeping it classy and elegant. It is also a wonderful example of how you can play with the lighting. The purple lighting brought in the color during the reception without overdoing it.
They were lucky enough to have Photographer Frank “Bald Photo Guy” Donnino’s keen eye capturing the fantastic lighting and the love in their eyes, to the purple origami cranes.
What kinds of details did you highlight in your wedding? Did you have a holiday wedding? How did you incorporate the holidays into your ceremony and/or reception? If you have questions, thoughts, or ideas to share, we would love to hear from you! Please leave your thoughts in the comment section below.
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Lauren and Anthony celebrated their love in the warmest of ways, which was incredibly fitting as they gathered their family and friends in sunny Florida. Tallahassee is known for its southern hospitality, beauty, and its rich history. Those are only a few reasons why it is such a fantastic backdrop for a wedding. They embraced the atmosphere of Florida with their rustic outdoor wedding.
Even the tiniest details did not go unnoticed for their big day. Their personalities were highlighted in the most subtle ways- from the dinosaur references to the glow-sticks and the photographs of their love. With the dates embroidered on his sleeves and the unique duck feathers on their bow ties, the men of the wedding party were as unique and memorable as they were dapper. The women in the bridal party carried bouquets that popped with hues of fuchsia and white that complemented their gorgeous dresses.
Their love filled the ceremony and reception: first anniversary cards with heartfelt sentiments, important dates, and photographs of the happy couple were sprinkled throughout the décor. They even honored their loved ones who couldn’t be there with some warm words written in chalk and photographs of their friends and family members.
Photographer Frank “Bald Photo Guy” Donnino was there to capture the love with his talented eye. From the beautiful and classic lighting choices to the shotgun shell boutonnieres. Check out VG Invites’ favorite details, captured by Frank, below:
Are you having a rustic wedding or a shabby chic wedding? We would love to hear your ideas. Please leave us a comment in the comments box below.