Tiffany & Logan’s wedding is an absolutely gorgeous one. These two have known each other since they were kids and have been together ever since!
From the bride, Tiffany – “I knew I wanted a Hayley Paige gown, her dresses are so incredibly different, yet classy, I knew I had to have one, I chose the Dori which was by far the best choice for me and my husband loved it as well. My original choice for the bridesmaids dresses was blush, which started becoming very popular, so I changed my mind and went with J. Crew’s line of charcoal grey long dresses, as it was a black tie wedding. I gave the girls their choice between 4 dresses, with my Maid of Honor in a 5th style.”
“The weather on the day of the wedding was not on our side and the ceremony was moved inside (to my favorite room) where our 4 post arbor and gorgeous draping looked and felt like we were right outside. Our ceremony was full of love and laughter, thanks to the amazing officiant Cynthia Capaccio who captured our love story so beautifully.
My favorite picture of the day that Starfish Studios captured is us laughing at the altar. We are not serious people by any means, and we’ve never experienced the emotions that a wedding will give you. Between all of our family and friends watching us pour our hearts out and cry more tears than we are necessarily proud of, there was a moment that I told Logan “keep it together, you only have a little bit left to read, I still have to read my whole page of vows” and we started laughing hysterically and that moment was captured so perfectly.”
“We chose The Addison for our venue not only because of its gorgeous details and style, but because of their delicious food! We are big foodies and wanted to be sure we gave our guests the best of the items we love most, from sushi and spring rolls to filet mignon and Chilean sea bass. Not to mention, our cake with half banana cake with Nutella frosting and half vanilla cake with mocha frosting was perfection by the sweetest (literally) Janderyn at Earth and Sugar.”
“Inside the reception were bistro lights to give us that small cafe in Paris feel. This was tied together with our sign in which was a globe, we also asked that all of our guest sign a vintage post card telling us where to go on our future vacations. I am a dance fan as all of my friends know, I am the first out on the dance floor and the last one-off, and being able to choose our songs. The entire place was up dancing to all of our favorite songs from the great 80’s, hip hop of the 90’s and the best of today. We ended the night with a late night snack of beef sliders, steak fries, and mini grilled cheese in a cup of tomato bisque!”
“The best piece of advice I can give is bride is don’t spend time going back and forth between vendors and seeing who is the best, if there is a vendor within your budget and has experience with your style, just go with them, book right away and don’t think twice about it again. Most Brides spend so much time debating between vendors and meeting with each and every one of them and I just don’t think it’s worth it if you’ve already found ‘the one.’”
Photography: Daniel Coya of Starfish Studios // Dress: Hayley Paige // Bridesmaids Dresses: J.Crew // Bridal Salon: Boca Bridal and Consultants // Beauty: Marz Makeup and Hair // Invitations: Swoozies // Videography: Anchor Weddings // Cake: Earth and Sugar // Florals: Ever After Event and Floral Design // Lights: Celebrations by Kathy // Officiant: Ceremonies with Cynthia // Music: Scratch Weddings // Linens & Venue: The Addison in Boca Raton, Florida.