Every now and then everything comes together in a perfect storm of awesome at a wedding.
Allia and Jon’s wedding was just that perfect storm. The bridesmaids were in a party mood, but super helpful. Jon’s groomsman were relaxed and real, but also took the day seriously. The venues, Palma Ceia Methodist and the newly renovated Tampa Club were lush and beautiful and very much the perfect expressions of the Allie and Jon’s personality.
Of course, the day wouldn’t have been near the level of awesome that it turned out to be if it hadn’t been for Natalia Day, their planner. She must be one of the hardest working and most involved wedding planners I’ve met. And speaking of involved, Sandra, the Event Coordinator at The Tampa Club, was present and directing things behind the scenes throughout the entire night, truly unique.
I had been looking forward to this wedding for a long time. Allie and Jon’s engagement session was one for the ages, so great, it was actually published on Floridian weddings (check it out, their getting-engaged story is not to be missed); Allie Levin, from the Cake Zone‘s cake was jaw dropping; The Tampa Club afforded amazing views from the 41rst floor of the Bank of America building in downtown Tampa, what’s not to love?
Stay tuned for Part 2!….