Anna & Daniel

Unique Wedding Photos

Where are they now? We love the opportunity that Key West affords our bride and groom for unique photo opportunities. Anna and Daniel really took advantage of the character of the island and we can’t wait to share more of their phenomenal pictures from their big day. Ranging from traditional, romantic, and stunning to playful, unexpected, and ultimately cool, you’ll love what you see.  Figured it out yet? It’s the famous “Giant Ballroom Dancers” depicting Renoir’s Dancing in the City at the entrance to the Key West Art and History Museum, commonly known as the Old Post Office and Customs House.  Contact us to help make your destination wedding vision come true. Photos Courtesy of Munoz Photography.  

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Wedding Reception ~ Custom Dance Floor

Your wedding reception ~ what will guests remember? Besides the beautiful couple, of course, dinner and dancing are at the top of the list. The dance floor is a perfect spot to do a little custom work. Add to the elegance of that first dance with a unique design of your own. You can go as all out or simple as you wish. Our couple, Anna & Daniel added a hand-painted floral motif. If you’re location doesn’t allow for customization, gobo projection lighting, or monogram lighting,  is a great temporary alternative. Gobo companies can create designs i.e. flowers, stars, etc. to fit within your reception theme. Personalizing your dance floor with custom decals is another way to go. You can usually find them on etsy.com. It’s a great way to save money and add that special detail to your reception. On a tight budget? Build your own! With a trip to the…

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Step and Repeat aka “Red Carpet Wedding Backdrop”

We love the idea of giving your destination wedding that “red carpet event” feeling ~ and nothing says special like a “step and repeat.” A what? A step and repeat is a banner with your custom wedding monogram, theme logo, hashtag, wedding date, or your favorite things ~ it’s really anything you want it to be. Guests step in front of the backdrop and get their photo taken and the next guest “repeats” the process. It’s a great way to make your guests feel fabulously welcomed and comfortable getting their picture taken. In a destination wedding they can be used in a more casual environment at the “welcome party” and then again at the reception. On a budget? You can use vinyl material and local printer to print your logo on it. Use PVC pipe to drape the fabric and forgo the red carpet or try finding a sample. Say…

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Champagne? Yes, please! A Unique Welcome for Your Guests

  Welcoming your guests to your reception with champagne makes guests feel special. We love the idea of this elegant, personal touch and suggest a greeter to ensure your guests see the flutes. Using a table isn’t always effective because once your guests are seated they may not have noticed them. At Daniel and Anna’s wedding, guests were wowed by a champagne skirt presentation! This unique alternative serves not only as a fantastic conversation piece but is a great way to circulate the cocktails. Cheers! We used Jeannette Piecznski and her store on etsy is Lone Star Genealogy.

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