Lafayette Heritage Trail Park Tallahassee Wedding Ceremony
Jessica and Jonathon were married on December 11, 2014 at Lafayette Heritage Trail Park and I had the honor of being their wedding officiant.
Jonathon had contacted me a few months early about officiating their wedding in December. Then he broke his collarbone and they had to change some plans around to save some money. I suggested a Lafayette Heritage Trail Park Tallahassee Wedding Ceremony. They went to check it out and found it to be the perfect place for their small wedding.
Lafayette Heritage Trail park is located at the east end of Heritage Park Blvd. in the Piney Z Plantation subdivision. There you will find a small parking lot with 3 picnic shelters, a trailhead and bike wash, a small playground, and restroom. There is no cost to use the park for a wedding ceremony! You do need to contact the City of Tallahassee and apply for a permit: http://www.talgov.com/parks/parks-eventplanning.aspx. One of the fingerlakes with in the park make for a perfect wedding ceremony location. After the ceremony you and your guests can go to another location for a reception.
The weather on the day of Jessica and Jonathon’s wedding was PERFECT!! The sky was blue and clear and the sun was shinning. I had worked with Jessica to incorporate a sand ceremony and a place for them to say their own special vows to one and other.They were a very loving couple and their vows to one and other were so touching. Jessica’s Dad walked her down the isle. She was very pretty wearing a white dress, veil, and Converse shoes (great idea so she could walk down the long path!). Everyone was joyful and happy to be a part of their special day. After the ceremony they took pictures, did their 1st dance, and cut their cake. Then there were going to Olive Garden for dinner (that’s their favorite restaurant so they were excited to have their wedding recption there).
I was so happy to work with Jessica and Jonathon and help them create their beautiful Lafayette Heritage Trail Park Tallahassee Wedding ceremony.
Photographer: E. Mika Photography