Jewish Beach Wedding Florida

We all love a beautiful beach, and for a wedding it is the most stunning decor courtesy of Mother Nature. Lindsay and Adam’s Jewish wedding in Clearwater Beach, Florida was filled with corals and greens and swaying trees. Photography by Brewer Photography & Videography.

Jewish Wedding FloridaJewish BrideThe bride and groom met through a mutual friend while they were both college students in Gainesville, Florida.

From the bride: My college roommate and I were outside of a bar one fabulous July 4th night in Gainesville, Florida, home of the Gators (romantic, I know).

Jewish Wedding Dress & Shoes The roomie spotted a fellow classmate of hers and decided to say ‘hi’. And roomie introduced me to said classmate, and I instantly noticed classmate’s good looks and charm (and definitely suspected that I could check ‘Jewish’ off the list). You could say we hit it off. And I guess the rest is history.

Although, this intro would not be complete (nor would Adam approve of this ‘how we met’ tale) if I didn’t mention the fact that we had exchanged numbers–and I called him the next day. Yes, I called him. And yes, the next day.

And then we fell in love…

Jewish Wedding Bridal Flowers…Six years later (we were living in Miami), after he had been away for three months studying for his medical school board exams in Champaign, Illinois, I picked him up from the airport having anxiously awaited his return. I never could have guessed that he would get down on one knee in front of baggage claim and ask me to marry him.

Wedding Rings, Jewish Wedding FLI was a sure thing. ‘Yes’ it was.”

Chuppah

ChuppahThe coral and bright green color scheme reflected the fresh and fun vibe of this beach wedding. Bright flowers decorated the chuppah, and palm trees swayed in the background.

Jewish Wedding CeremonyBright Floral Ketubah

Red Flower KetubahTheir ketubah was designed with a bright and colorful floral pattern by Karla Gudeon.

Venues & Vendors - Bar & Bat Mitzvah, Wedding, Jewish, KosherJewish Wedding Bride GroomFrom the bride: Our ceremony took place outside, overlooking Clearwater Beach, and the reception was inside the beautiful Sandpearl Resort. We wanted the wedding to reflect us. While we wanted everything to be beautiful, we really wanted our wedding to be fun. It was a long time coming, and we were ready to celebrate.

Red Jewish Wedding CenterpiecesCorals and greens are bright and festive, but still sophisticated and I absolutely love coral. Everything tied together beautifully The flowers were primarily peonies and dahlias – my bouquet was white peonies and orchids. The invitations, flowers and my dress inspired the cake. The linens were chartreuse and coral, with white place settings, white Chiavari chairs and a white dance floor. It was fresh and gorgeous. The centerpieces were to die for, as was our chuppah. The space was amazingly perfect.

Red Wedding Tablescape white wedding bouquetWhen asked about her favorite wedding detail, the bride found it hard to pick just one. The fun they had was number one, but her beautiful gown was a close second.

“I have never felt more beautiful or special in my whole life.”

Jewish Wedding Favors SaltMeasuring Spoon FavorsThe couple sends their guests off with cute favors of salts in mason jars and measuring spoons, all coordinating with the wedding colors.

Coral Ruffle Jewish Wedding CakeThe couple cuts their decadent cake of half strawberry keylime, half chocolate hazelnut from Chocolate Pi.  “You can drool.  It was crazy good,” the bride laughs.

Jewish Wedding HoraThe celebration ends on a high note as they dance the Hora.

Jewish WeddingMazel Tov to Lindsay and Adam! Thanks for sharing your beautiful Jewish wedding.

Vendors:
Photographer: Brewer Photography & Videography – Julie Brewer
Event Planner: Olivier Events
Floral Designer: Botanica Design Studio,Botanica Design Studio
Reception Venue: The Sandpearl Resort
Invitation Designer: Not From a Box
Band: Private Stock
Makeup Artist: Elena Joseph Salon
Ketubah: Karla Gudeon
Cake: Chocolate Pi
Editorial Partner: Two Bright Lights

Written by Lonni Delane