First Honeymoon Island wedding ceremony of the Fall
In March, Nicole hired me to officiate her Honeymoon Island wedding ceremony on October 3rd at sunset. We corresponded periodically over the summer in preparing their ceremony vows. Nicole and Adam were traveling to Florida from Indiana. Nicole loves the ocean and even asked me in our correspondence about advice on moving to Florida.
This past Saturday was a picture perfect evening. The humidity had gone down and we had no rain! About 20 guest attended their Honeymoon Island wedding ceremony. They had three bridesmaids and groomsmen. The bridesmaids wore a lavender colored dresses and held bouquets with calla lilies and roses. Nichole had a larger bouquet with same type of flowers. The colors were beautiful with the beach sunset atmosphere.
Adam’s Dad walked Nichole down the aisle. Nicole and Adam stood in front of the four post bamboo poles with white draped fabric that was overlooking the ocean right at sunset. Nichole wanted to remember her Dad, “who was absent physically, but remembered in their thoughts and prayers his loving presence.” They also asked to remember their dog “Chevy” who is no longer with them, but remembered as their baby. As a dog lover I thought this was a very sweet sentiment.
The moment Adam saw Nicole he had tears in his eyes. He was tearful throughout most of the ceremony. The love they have for each other was so true and seen in both of their eyes. Their ceremony was very emotional. After the ceremony they were having a reception at Frenchy’s restaurant on Clearwater Beach.
Nicole and Adam met online plentyoffish.com. They have been together for two years and completely enjoy one another’s company. Before returning back to Indiana, they were going to Disney World and the other Orlando theme parks. They had spent almost a week in Florida already and loved it.
Nicole and Adam thanked me for a beautiful Honeymoon Island wedding ceremony and I thanked them for allowing me to be a part of it for it is always a pleasure to see love in bloom and participate in the union of two people so well suite for one and other.