This Merritt Island Wedding Reception is where Jen and Joe became husband and wife and celebrated being newlyweds at their very own private residence. In good old Florida fashion, the rain got to us, however it didn’t get the best of this bride and groom! Jen and Joe said their “I Dos” at The First Methodist Church of Cocoa after departing their beach side ceremony when the heavens opened up with some good luck teardrops!
Guests were greeted by David Roberts and the Sounds of Sinatra who played during the Bride and Groom’s cocktail hour. Vintage Romance was the mood during this wedding; jazz music played, vintage books draped with pearls on guest seating tables and beautiful flowers provided by A Floral Affair set the perfect tone. Market lights were draped above the dance floor, beautiful chiavari chairs and blush linens provided by Chairs for Affairs added the perfect accent to a beautiful space. It was truly a magical night under the stars!
Dinner blew me away. The staff, service and food were all amazing. The family owned establishment of The Black Tulip provided an incredible experience and a dinner I am certain the guests are still talking about. Publix provided a beautiful and bright wedding cake which were accompanied by mini desserts for all of the sugar lovers out there. Did I mention that our bride also provided her favorite chocolate dipped potato chips to all of her guests as favors?!
A Premier Entertainment got the party started after dinner! Even through the rain, these guys just threw an umbrella over their equipment and kept playing. Jen and Joe danced the night away and Orlando Wedding Pix caught every adorable moment with this sweet couple. Nicole Squared Events could not be more excited to share these incredible photos with you of Jen and Joe’s special day at their private residence in Merritt Island, Florida!