St. Cloud Marina Wedding | Corpus Christi Catholic Church Ceremony| Orlando Wedding Planner | Kellen and Chris Married!

For Kellen and Chris’s St. Cloud Marina wedding we spent our day with s wonderful group of family and friends as well as some amazing vendors!  Their day started bright and early at World Quest Resort with Eyes on You preparing all the ladies and making sure they look beautiful throughout all the festivities.   Chris Glenn Photography and Al Dee Productions video team was on site to capture all these amazing details!  The happy couple did their first look on a quaint bridge in Celebration just steps away from Corpus Christ Catholic Church which is where they held their ceremony.

After the couple said their I Do’s; VIP Transportation took them around downtown Celebration to capture some great newlywed shots while their guests made their way to the beautiful St. Cloud Marina.  Their guests were met by Puff N Stuff Catering who had some tasty food ready and waiting.  Al Dee Productions had the room lit up beautifully with an amazing gobo.  The room was a beautiful shade of pink which accented the amazing florals done by Oviedo Florist.  Once the bridal party arrived, the couple was introduced to “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars and went straight into their first dance “I Won’t Give Up” by Jason Mraz.  After dinner, the guests entertained themselves at the photo booth provided by Eventz Photo Booth and had a piece of the most delicious cake made by B350.  Once all the formalities were over it was time to dance and boy did Al Dee Productions know how the keep these people dancing!

At the end of the evening VIP transportation whisked them happy couple off through a sea of sparklers and took them on their way to enjoy their honeymoon in Jamaica!  We cannot wait to watch the love grow between these two!!  Best wishes and lots of love to you both!  Congratulations once more!!

Don’t forget to contact Nicole Squared Events to help you with planning your St. Cloud Marina wedding!!

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