Swankey Wedding: Mallory & Brady

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Mallory and Brady planned an amazing wedding weekend. Their entire group of family and friends stayed at the beautifully bohemian Artist House on Eaton Street so they could spend maximum quality time together. Festivities started with a rehearsal party aboard Fury Water Adventures for a sunset sail, followed by a decadent dinner at Azur.

On the day of the wedding, Mallory got ready with her girls along with the team from Southernmost Glam. She went for a gorgeous look with her hair down in loose waves.

To get to the ceremony at Fort Zachary Taylor Beach & State Park, everyone hopped on board a train from Key West Old Town Trolley. The wedding at the beach was absolutely beautiful and Mother Nature worked her magic with a flat, calm aquamarine ocean and amazing clouds above in the big, blue sky. A backdrop only Key West can provide! Of course, minutes after the ceremony, those clouds opened up into a rain shower, but we were well on our way to the indoor reception by then!

The ceremony was officiated by John Hernandez. To add to the tropical atmosphere, James Wist played the steel pan and Simply Unique created vivid, colorful flower arrangements. The reception was held at Hot Tin Roof at the Ocean Key House and the food was out of this world!

For a wedding brunch the next day, the party gathered at Croissants de France on Duval Street. The gorgeous photography in this post was by Meghan Capozzi Rowe at MEC Images. Congratulations once again to Mallory and Brady! What a fun couple with amazing family and friends!

 

One thought on “Swankey Wedding: Mallory & Brady

  1. Nothing like the serenity of the Gulf of Mexico to signify unification. This dreamy Key West Wedding is the personification of Romance. It’s so natural…easy! It just takes my breath away.

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