Bold + Colorful Wedding in Florida

I love the bright, bold colors of today’s peacock inspired wedding! Captured by Angelita Esparar Photography, Abigail and Andre were married in a vibrant outdoor ceremony in Ponte Verde, Florida. With peacock feathers setting the theme, the couple incorporated rich pinks, purples and blues into their wedding decor. I especially adore the gorgeous bouquets and Abigail’s fabulous heels!

A few words from the bride:

Andre and I met through mutual friends during a scrabble game. I beat him of course! We then connected through social media and eventually had our first date. Now, every time we see a scrabble board it reminds us of how we first met. Some of our engagement pictures were taken playing scrabble.

Peacocks were my inspiration. I wanted bold colors for the wedding. Purple, pink, teal and hints of gold went perfectly with the peacock theme. I did not want to overdo the theme by having peacocks everywhere so I stuck with the colors and peacock feathers here and there. The bridesmaid dresses were also a big inspiration and I centered my designs and around them.

Photographer: Angelita Esparar Photography // Videographer: Gator Bride Videography // Ceremony + Reception Venue: Crosswater Hall at Nocatee //  Catering: Hao Wah Catering // Rentals: // Bridal Gown Designer: Alfred Angelo // Bridal Shoes: Bella Belle // Bridal Veil/Headpiece: Alfred Angelo // Jewelry Designer: Swarovski // Bridesmaids’ Dress Designer: Pacific Plex // Groom’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse // Groom’s Shoes: Converse – Chuck Taylor’s // Groomsmen’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse // Cake Designer: Edgewood Bakery // Floral Designer: A Fantasy In Flowers // Bride’s Makeup Artist + Hair Stylist: Fifth Avenue Mobile // Makeup Artist for Bridesmaids: To The Nines by Teresa // Day of Coordinators: Paragon Planning // Rings: Tiffany & Co. // Cake Pops: Rhea’s Cake Pops // Programs: Jinah Song Lee // Invitation Designer: Magnet Street // DJ: Beatsquad DJ Services // Photobooth: The Flipbook People // Officiant: // All images by Angelita Esparar Photography // Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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