Lauren & Marc are married! /// Miami Vizcaya Destination Wedding
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Originally from New York, Lauren and her groom Marc now live in Los Angeles, but chose to celebrate their wedding in the city they got engaged in, Miami, FL. They loved the idea of having a destination wedding where friends and family could gather and enjoy a vacation around South Beach at the same time.
The festivites kicked off with a hip Havana style rehearsal party and dinner at sunset at the eclectic Mondrian hotel in Miami's South Beach. The sounds of DJ Michael Sarysz played as guests of their wedding wore cuban hats, flowers in their hair, and smoked Cuban cigars. Here's a few of my favorites of the hotel and the party.
The next day, Lauren and Marc held their wedding at the gorgeous Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. The historic mansion is nestled amongst what reminded me of the popular book and movie, The Secret Garden, with acres and acres of greenery, flower blossoms, and hanging oaks trees. Though the night welcomed an unplanned quick Florida shower, all of Lauren's details and decor looked absolutely stunning as guests sat at the long royal table overlooking the water and sunken ship in the harbor. Here's some highlight shots of the gorgeous couple from their day, and their slideshow at the end!
HAIR: DM Bridal Hair
SHOES: Christian Louboutin
DRESS: Oscar de la Renta
LINENS: Wildflower Linens
EVENT DESIGN: The bride. :-)
DJ: Michael Sarysz, Sarz Entertainment
VIDEOGRAPHER: Lasting Images
VENUE: Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
FLORALS: Parrish Designs
FURNITURE RENTAL: Rehersal: Bubble Miami, Wedding: Taylor Creative, Inc.
CATERING: Thierry Catering
SPANISH GUITAR: Errol Putigna
TRANSPORTATION: Ocean Drive Limo
Lauren got ready at the W Hotel on South Beach.
The gorgeous gardens of the Vizcaya Museum & Gardens.
One of my favorites of Lauren!
I'm such a fan of bow ties!
Gotta show off Lauren's awesome Christian Louboutin shoes!
Let the amazing decor begin!
The long royal table, with a guest bee feeding on the flowers.
And more pictures of the day in the slideshow!