Nate & Haley Hammock Beach Resort Wedding 04.13.13

Haley and Nate had an absolutely beautiful wedding with over 200 of their closest family and friends at the oh so fabulous Hammock Beach Resort in Palm Coast. However.. not without a few glitches along the way. Originally, when Haley and I first sat down together to plan the florals and décor all design plans were based on her wedding being inside of Hammock Beach Resort’s tent… We were going to make a 10ft custom manzanita branch chandelier to hang in the center of the tent that would have suspended votive candles hanging from it. Her dance floor was going to be under the stars with our market lighting hanging over head… Well.. thing’s didn’t go quite as planned. Due to the influx of guests attending she had gone above maximum occupancy and two weeks before the BIG day the reception was moved into the Ocean Ballroom.

Now as Haley said it and I of course would agree.. I would have totally planned my décor differently if I knew I was having it in a ballroom versus an outdoor tent. So without hesitation I offered her the opportunity to come sit down with me and CHANGE everything!! And so we did. Two weeks before the wedding she sat with me in my front showroom and we changed the design to be more appropriate for an indoor setting. Surprisingly she took it the necessary transition very well and in the end everything was GORGEOUS and we had a very happy Bride! Which of course is my ultimate goal.

Thank you Haley and Nate for placing your trust in us! It was a pleasure working with you and congratulations on your new bundle of joy ;)!!!

Cascading bouquet of all white Phaleanopsis Orchids with diamond studs adorned to their blooms!

Grand Event Lawn Ceremony at Hammock Beach Resort

Ocean Ballroom Reception with market lighting suspended above the dance floor and a beautiful backdrop behind the headtable.

Tall table centerpiece of natural brown Manzanita branches with suspended votive candles and curly willow branches wrapping the inside of vase.




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