Jocelyn & Waldemar have been together for over 19 years. They were going to be traveling to Florida from Pennsylvania and staying in Kissimmee for the last week of June and over the 4th. They were going to come over to Clearwater Beach for the 4th of July and wanted a morning Clearwater beach wedding ceremony. Jocelyn called me and sent me photos of what she wanted for her Clearwater beach wedding ceremony. She wanted bamboo arbor with starfish tie backs and decorated with turquoise fabric and white fabric. She also asked to have an aisle runner with sea shells and flower petals in the center. She said this was her first time being married and she wanted something simple but beautiful. She hired me to put together her dream wedding ceremony including Officiant (me) and photographer. I was glad to help her put everything together!
4th of July morning arrived and it was a beautiful hot summer day. Very hot! Fortunately, we found a spot on Clearwater Beach to set up where a lot of beach goers hadn’t arrived at. A number of family members from the area arrived and guests. Jocelyn had a special song that she asked to be played as she walked down the aisle. It was a Spanish song called Solo Para Ti. When Jocelyn walked down the beach she looked so pretty. As Waldemar (also called Tito) looked at his bride I could see how much love he had for her and how happy they were for this day to finally be here. Jocelyn had been making plans for the wedding with me since early February.
I had hired my friend, Rebecca Newman, with C.R.Newman Photography to take photos of their Clearwater Beach wedding ceremony. Jocelyn & Tito were so happy to have so many of their family members present. They wanted all kinds of combinations taken. It was a fun wedding. Everyone was enjoying themselves and having fun with the pictures. We even had a very patriotic Santa Claus (Christmas in July on the beach join us for photo and congratulations.
Jocelyn text me and thanked me for everything. They were both so happy and very pleased with the wedding.