When you think of weddings, most would assume that both the bride and groom get a little nervous before the ceremony. Not this perfect couple! Camilla and John have known each other for quite some time, and their wedding day would show just that, another day in their lives where love and excitement would overcome any nerves.
Planned all by Camilla herself, this stylish South Florida wedding was at The Epic Hotel Miami where Lourdes Ramos promises brides and grooms a wedding they will never forget. The wedding began as Camilla gracefully walked down the aisle in her stunning white satin gown with pearls wrapped around her back towards John where he was anxiously waiting for her. She had a vision of this spectacular gown specifically designed by Gabriella Arango Couture for so long and the day was finally here where she would wow her husband to be. This satin gown went perfectly with her dazzling bright red Valentino shoes. Cathy Canavan from Makeup by CC made sure that she looked completely flawless and natural with her hair left up in curls to accentuate her brilliant jewelry. Dressed as a gentleman, John in his stylish tuxedo stood patiently while the women of his dreams would soon continue making him the happiest man alive.
Camilla and John’s exchange of vows was just the beginning of this fabulous party. Guests entered an exciting cocktail hour by the pool overlooking the views of a glowing Miami with delicious assortments of seafood, and traditional Cuban sandwiches. Before entering the reception room, friends and family wrote down heart felt wedding wishes on a stone for the newlyweds with hopes of love and happiness. Everyone was truly amazed at the magnificently decorated reception room filled with an enormous amounts of white floral arrangements provided by Vivian Colls from Floral Productions. The executive Chef, Wolfgang Birk and Banquet Chef, Matthew Fasekas at The Epic Hotel did a fantastic job serving a scrumptious entrées that wowed every guest. Camilla and John’s wedding cake complemented the elegant style of pearls and lace patterns provided by Ana Paz from Ana Paz Cakes. Mini desserts by Catalina’s Bake Shop were offered ranging from macaroons, to chocolate mousse cake which surely satisfied everyone palettes.
It would not be considered a South Florida wedding without electrifying house music. The party began as an electric violinist and percussionist, harmonized to house music so the guests could get up and dancing. Presented by Alex Nino from Entertainment Group, music and lighting was top priority to make sure guests would have a fantastic time and that is exactly what happened.
Camilla and John worked really hard to ensure they would have the ultimate dreamlike South Florida Wedding. Leaving with fancy Capri Piu Limoncello Bottles from Capri Italy, their guests could agree that it surely was as they exited, wishing them the best of luck and everlasting love.
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