Bride & Groom: Sasha & Tyler
Getting Ready Location: Caribe Royal
Ceremony/Reception: Fantasy of Flight
Florist: Whole Foods
DJ: Xclusive DeeJays
Dress: Boca Raton Bridal
Bridesmaid Dresses: David’s Bridal
I am excited to present the highlights from Sasha and Tyler’s ingenious wedding!
Tyler was a dashing debonair in his uniform, complete with pins he rightfully earned from his time at the air force. Sasha, on the other hand, looked absolutely stunning in her sweetheart neckline intricately designed with floral detail, and studded with silver sequins and pearls. The cobalt blue set of heels was a nice touch that completed her get-up. The garter, tucked under her dress that’s reserved for much later, had “Remove before flight” embroidered which, I think, just proved this girl has wit! The wedding was thematic, the couple having rented out Flight of Fantasy – an aviation museum –where guests can walk around and take pictures with the planes during the wedding.
Sasha is a shy and meek girl with a very pleasant personality. Getting to know the couple further, I discovered that she simply adores horses. Meanwhile, Tyler is an overall polite man that turns into a jokester around his male friends. Seeing them interact throughout the event, I can tell they definitely balance each other out. As opposed to superstition (about not seeing the bride before the wedding), the couple decided to meet up privately before the ceremony where they both shed tears of joy. The ceremony location is a clever yet sentimental nod to Tyler’s role in the military aviation field. Overflowing with creativity, Sasha opted to produce handmade aviation-inspired centerpieces for the reception. Once reception festivities began, Sasha’s dress transformed from ballgown to A-line in a matter of seconds! Turns out, the skirt was detachable, and served as surprise for her husband!
On the same day, Sasha’s aunt and uncle celebrated their 50th anniversary, so the day turned out to be double celebration for their entire family. That explains the special wedding cake which was partly traditionally white with half of it in navy blue, another ode to Tyler’s profession. The wedding ended with a perfectly unique sendoff: sparklers!
Congratulations to the newlyweds, and the bride and groom of 50 years ago!