Paradise Cove Wedding | Destination Wedding Planner | Sharon and Andrew Married!

Sharon and Andrew’s Paradise Cove wedding was planned through a number of Skype sessions. With the couple living abroad we were thrilled they had chosen us to help guide them in the right direction with so many miles between them and their dream destination wedding.

After months and months had gone by the time finally came for us to meet face to face! When we had our final meeting a few days before their wedding day; it was like we had known each other forever.  This made me that much more excited to help them with the coordination of their Paradise Cove wedding.

The day began early at Paradise Cove’s beach house where the girls were pampered by Simone’ and her team from MakeOver Station.  Sharon looked like a beautiful porcelain doll when she was set and ready to go in her Maggie Sottero gown.  Brian Pepper and Associates was on site to capture the day and all the memories that will last a lifetime.  Flower No. 5 did an amazing job on the floral arrangements and ceremony decor.  Cocktails Catering was there to greet the guests as they arrived with a glass of champagne to toast the new husband and wife after they said “I Do”.  The groom made his entrance to the Mission Impossible theme song via Paradise Cove’s speed boat while Sharon chose a more traditional approach as she walked down to The Bridal Chorus played on the steel drums.  Oscar with Sensational Ceremonies did a fantastic job officiating the ceremony.  After the ceremony, guests enjoyed the sounds of the steel drums thanks to Cocobean Productions.  Once dinner was complete Kelly with A Premiere Entertainment had the guests up and dancing.  Later in the evening Sharon and Ande’s guests had a fajita station and S’mores bar to snack on. The night ended with a a final dance to “Always” by Bon Jovi.

We had an amazing time celebrating with Sharon and Andrew at their Paradise Cove wedding and wish them nothing but health and happiness!!


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