Planning a Miami Wedding
Planning a wedding is a detail-involved process. There are decisions to make and people to invite and, of course, cakes to taste. Sometimes stressful, often busy, and certainly one of the most exciting stretches of any couple’s life, the process is fun and, every once in a while, a little bit complicated. What can we say? It’s hard not to love it and be exhausted by it at the same time. But because we want your planning to go as smoothly (and perfectly) as possible, we’ve got a few Miami wedding vendors we’d like to share with you to help get the ball rolling.
A Miami Wedding Venue
Miami wedding locations abound at the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach. Intimate weddings are easily accomplished (as are large celebrations) and the ceremony site is sweet, simple, and immediately oceanfront. Flawless service and planning-made-easy wedding packages are both part of the day here, and the Four Seasons’ culinary and banquet teams work together to make your day exactly what you’ve dreamed it would be. Receptions can be held in one of two elegant ballrooms, or in smaller spaces for modestly sized gatherings. We vote you let your cocktail hour spill onto the Living Room Patio where water fountains and lush greenery are all outdoor elegance.
Miami Wedding Photography
Known for her ability to create beautiful, artistic photos representative of the most important moments in your lives, Leah Jean of Leah Jean Photography is all about what she calls “engaging images.” Her approach is predominantly candid, and her gift for putting clients at ease in front of the camera is evident in her work. Meanwhile, serving all of South Florida is Chris Joriann Photography, a boutique studio that takes on a limited number of clients each year in an effort to make sure each couple receives the best service possible. By working closely with couples throughout their wedding planning, photographers here get to know their clients well enough to clearly capture and share their story through photography with a strong editorial emphasis.