Amanda and Jeremy's first date was at Plat 99 Lounge at the Alexander Hotel in downtown Indianapolis. They talked for hours and both knew at the end of the date we wanted to see each other again. Fast forward a bit... They had been planning a trip to Maui right around the time the ring was ready, it was the perfect opportunity to propose with so many beautiful backdrops to choose from. However, Jeremy changed his plans at the last minute knowing that family is most important to Amanda. "I never met someone who has so much love for her family and friends. I proposed to Amanda at our home with her parents, brother and his fiancé there to share the moment."
After their engagement Amanda and Jeremy decided on a destination wedding here in Key West, Florida! They were fortunate to spend the entire week in Key West with friends and family. They visited Dry Tortugas National Park, went fishing, and experienced all that Key West has to offer with the people are the closest to them. Family traveled to Key West from Alaska, Arizona, Indiana, Michigan, South Carolina, and Vermont so this time together meant the world to this couple.
On the wedding day, the two opted for a First Look. The sweet moments captured of the groom seeing his bride for the first time are priceless. The couple exchanged their weddings vows oceanside on the beautiful Smather's Beach in front of their closest friends and family members. Immediately following the reception, the wedding guests enjoyed cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at the Sheraton Suites. The beautiful cake was designed by Cakes by Karol and the wedding favors were also a nice sweet treat, Cousin Al’s Vermont Maple Syrup from Brigham Hill Maple.The couple danced the night away and had an amazing time!
Congratulations to this beautiful couple!
Photographer: Rachel E Ligon
Ceremony Planner: Say Yes in Key West
Florist: Karro Events
Hair & Makeup: Key West Hair and Makeup
Wedding Ceremony: Smather's Beach
Officiant – Carl Ferrette
Reception Location: Sheraton Suites Key West
Cake: Cakes by Karol