Lynsey + Javier met while studying at the University of Central Florida more than 7 years ago. A true romantic, the bride chose a soft, organic look for the pair's wedding at PGA National in Palm Beach.
A true romantic, Lynsey opted for a soft, organic color palette. Her bouquet consisted of pink Dahlias, oversized roses and lush greenery, and their centerpieces of grey roses and berries. For the bride daring to do something different, a unique color palette is the ultimate go-to for a memorable design aesthetic. And no one knows it better than Martha Stewart Weddings - a great place to search for inspiration. For those more traditional and organic brides, a unique palette doesn't necessarily translate to bright, bold colors, rather, you can choose a lesser used bloom such as Lynsey's Dahlias, but keep a more classic palette.
The couple also opted for a first look. The First Look is a commonly debated wedding element. For the less traditional bride, it provides many benefits including finishing with the family photos before the ceremony. This leaves you open to enjoy your cocktail hour and your guests.
If you do opt for the First Look, I always advise couples to take an extra 15-20 minutes for couple's portraits during Golden Hour to take advantage of the sun's beautiful color hues. It's the ultimate in romantic wedding photos.
For their engagement session, I traveled to the groom's hometown of Sarasota. Featured in Style Me Pretty, we chose two locations for their engagement photography: The Ringling Museum and the beach. You can check it out here.