Wedding at the South Tampa Fellowship Church and the 1930 Grande Room: Adrienne and Michael

Adrienne and Michael were laughing and smiling all through their wedding day!  They were married at the South Tampa Fellowship Church and had a reception at the 1930 Grande Room.  We always love working with the fabulous Natalia Day of Days Remembered by ND who was the couple’s wedding planner!  Flowers were from Northside Florist and the deep colors of the bouquets looked beautiful against the bridesmaids’ dresses!  James from Grant Hemond helped to make the reception a blast.  Guests also had an amazing time at our photo booth,  The gorgeous 3 tiered wedding cake was from Let Them Eat Cake.

The bride and groom wanted a Gatsby-esque wedding that had a glitzy look in a historic atmosphere.  The bride did a wonderful job DIYing details to make the day unique!  She made canvas signs that led up the aisle and had lines from a Bible verse about love.  She also made a globe for guests to sign instead of a guest book and near it was a sign that said, “You mean the world to us!”  Having Adrienne’s crafts as personal details made the day even more special to the couple.

The ceremony included a cord tying ceremony.  This is becoming more popular and I love the meaningfulness of braiding the cord of three strands.  The reception was decorated with gorgeous pink uplighting, tall white feathers in vases and gold bottles, a gold sequin linen on the head table, gold table numbers, chargers, and chiavari chairs at the guest tables, and lots of candles!  The newlyweds took a quick break from their reception celebrations to get beads from a passing parade.  Congratulations Adrienne and Michael!