Indian Rocks Beach Sunset Wedding Ceremony

Indian Rocks Beach Sunset Wedding Ceremony

Brittany contacted me in early March to start planning her Florida Indian Rocks Beach Sunset Wedding Ceremony. The wedding ceremony was held on Saturday August 29th on Indian Rocks Beach. Brittany booked our Tampa wedding package #3. She wanted a photographer, bamboo arbor setup with decorations, and an Officiant. Brittany and Frank were coming to Florida from Kentucky and renting a house on the beach where the wedding ceremony would be taking place. Brittany said it was going to be a small simple wedding.

On the day of their wedding, we dodged the typical Florida afternoon rain once again.  After the late afternoon rain it turned out to be a beautiful evening sunset; perfect for a wedding ceremony!  We setup our bamboo arbor on the beach and decorated it with white and pink flowers. The wedding ceremony was very small with just about 8 guest. Brittany had a lot of butterflies with nerves and anticipation. George Sr. was their Officiant and he with Brittany before the wedding and gave her some calming words which she appreciated. He then performed their Indian Rocks Beach Sunset Wedding Ceremony.

Brittany and Frank have been together for over five years and decided it was time to be married. They met at a fire department where Frank works. Frank is a fire chief and a paramedic. Brittany is also a fire sergeant.

After the ceremony our photographer, Megan, continued to take photos. Frank and Brittany were very pleased with everything and thanked George for a setting a beautiful ceremony and officiating a wonderful ceremony for them.

Indian Rocks Beach Sunset Wedding Ceremony

The happily married Brittany and Frank at their Indian Rocks Beach Sunset Wedding Ceremony. Ceremony setup and officiant provide by A Beautiful Wedding in Florida.

 

Indian Rocks Beach Sunset Wedding Ceremony

George Sr. Officiated Brittany and Frank’s Indian Rocks Beach Sunset Wedding Ceremony.

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