Christine and Michael’s Wedding At Pelican Hill

From the East Coast, Christine, Michael and many of their closest family and friends travelled to The Resort at Pelican Hill to start their life together as husband and wife.  Kimberly Bradford and her great team worked with the couple to create an elegant and timeless wedding full of personal touches from the Bride and Groom.  Nisie of Enchanted Florist made sure all the details of the gorgeous florals were perfect, using subtle shades of white and cream.  Michael wore a cream colored tuxedo jacket for the ceremony and a black jacket for the celebration, looking great in both.  Christine’s elegant gown had a beautiful neckline and intricate lace detail throughout.  The sun began to break through just as the ceremony began, adding to the excitement in the air.  After the ceremony, the ring bearer actually picked up a rake and began to help the florists clean up the petals.  A total “awwwww” moment.  You never know what a two year old will do next.  As the guests entered the ballroom, they picked up their name cards from under a Family Tree, with family photos hanging from the branches.  The ballroom was magnificent, glowing in shades of cream, champagne and amber.  Each table had the name of a unique tree, surrounded by a dazzling arrangement of candles.  As dinner finished, guests could either dance the night away on the gleaming, white circular dance floor or enjoy the back patio with two bars, lounge furniture by the fire place, and a fun photobooth.  It was a great day and we wish Christine and Michael many years of happiness together.

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  • Christine Delaney

    Joe & Mirta.

    The photos look AMAZING! We cannot wait to start making our book. You two were truly awesome.

    Thanks so much,

    Christine DelaneyReplyCancel

    • admin

      Thank you Christine! It was great working with you and your families! We’re so glad you like the images… Your on-line gallery will be up soon!ReplyCancel

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