{Caroline & Brandon @ 1930 Grande Room}

Caroline and Brandon are some of the sweetest and most gracious people you will ever meet! Caroline is the youngest of 5 girls you can tell how important their family and friends are to both of them.  Caroline's mom and sister helped her get ready and she looked so gorgeous in her layered gown with a crystal broach and bouquet of roses and orchids.  Here something blue was a tiny heart painted on her toe:-) Brandon spent some time with his friends just hanging out at Gaspar's Grotto before they headed off for him to see Caroline at the end of the aisle!  They officially became Mr. & Mrs. Waraksa at Our Lady of Perpetual Help just down the street from their reception at the 1930 Grande.  It was such a gorgeous day with beautiful light in Ybor and we even caught a trolley passing by.  Their reception style was modern with slate gray and accents of purple and fuchsia with crystal accents. Stone Chef created a fantastic custom menu served family style.  The best part was the mini donut tower at the end of the evening:-) Caroline's family is Vietnamese and incorporated elements of their culture.  Caroline's dad gave a toast in Vietnamese and her sister translated.  The toasts their friends and bridal party gave were hilarious and so sweet.  Congrats Caroline and Brandon!!! xoxox
Venue |  1930 Grande Room  | Church | Our Lady of Perpetual Help | Caterer | StoneChef Catering | Caterer | Hao Wah | Florist | Hannah's Floral | Makeup | On The Go Beauty Studio | Videographer | Lexoria Wedding Films | DJ | Music On The Move DJ's | Wedding Gown | Perfection Prom & Bridal | Alterations | Bridal Alterations by Carmen


Jenice was screaming with happiness in my office when we did her unveiling session, it was I think the best response I've gotten:-)  She is a gorgeous and talented author and artist so it was pretty easy!!  Stylewise she just wanted a fashion like session with some great textures for her book and professional use.  Here's some of my favs.....

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