Sunday, July 24, 2011

Divine Wedding :: Sariviea & Robert

I had the honour of planning Sariviea and Robert's destination wedding in Montego Bay, Jamaica this past March.  They are from Thompson, so most of the planning was over email and phone :)  until I finally met them a few months later.  Planning a destination wedding can have it's challenges - so I am so happy their wedding was everything they dreamed of.

Robert had always wanted to get married in Jamaica, but Sariviea wanted something traditional and definitely not on a beach.  So when they hired me, my challenge was to find them a location in Jamaica that would be perfect.  My research led me to Bellefield Great House, a 200 year old sugar plantation and estate in the hills of Montego Bay.  The perfect location for a morning ceremony and brunch for them and their close family and friends. 

Sariviea didn't want to sacrifice the decor - so I worked with a local florist in Jamaica.  It was designed with lots of pink flowers, rose petals and candles.  Grey table runners and a broche for her bouquet were brought along from Manitoba to add the perfect touch.  

A pizza break after photos, and Sariviea changed into her second dress for the moonlight cruise reception where they had their first dance and cut their wedding cake.
Enjoy these fab photos by Moore Photography. 

Photography Moore Photography | Resort Sunset Beach Resort & Spa | Travel Agent Lana Keyes TPI Travel | Ceremony and Brunch Venue Bellefield Great House | Florals and Decor Tai Flora Montego Bay | Cruise and Wedding Cake Denise Taylor | Make-up Loni Jones | Stationery In So Many Words | Linen and Bouquet Broche Little Flower Shop

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