You know how sometimes you can spot a couple from across the room and feel how in love they are…just by how they look at one another? That’s how it is with Kristin and James. These two exude love for each other. The same goes for their shared interest of travel and human rights, which they incorporated into their darling wedding, fittingly held at Quincy Garden Center and photographed by Kati Rosado Photography.
James is the founder of the incredible non-profit Clothe Your Neighbor as Yourself, an organization dedicated to serving those in need. He also has a degree in graphic design, which he put to use in creating the paper goods and fun chalkboard sign for their photo booth. I love a groom who cares about the world and can be creative too! The global feel Kristin and James were going for was created through yummy Cuban food from Gordos Cuban Cuisine. And atlases and travel maps and sightseeing books mixed in with Moroccan lamps were used as themed details to enhance the vibe.
And how about stunning Kristin in her Creations by Maura gown and sweet floral crown? Add in her fourteen bridesmaids all in muted tone dresses of their own choosing, and this bohemian travel inspired Tallahassee wedding couldn’t be a more perfect blend of these two amazing people!
Photography: Kati Rosado Photography // Venue: Quincy Garden Center Quincy, Florida // Event Design: James and Kristin // Event Planner: Amy Boland // Flowers: The Fresh Market // Wedding Dress: Creations by Maura, Tallahassee, FL // Hairpieces: Floral crown by Lilyput Lane Design Co // Bridesmaid Dresses: individually picked // Shoes: Sam Edelman // Hair: Leslie Szendel // Makeup: MAC // Groom Suit: Indochino // Paper Goods: The groom // Catering: Gordos Cuban Cuisine, Tallahassee, FL // Cake: Nini’s Bakery, Tallahassee, FL
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