Julie and Spencer, Ohio natives, joined hands surrounded by family and friends at Old Town Manor. The couple and their 28 guests occupied the entire property for their mid-April nuptials, while their ceremony and reception were held at The Hemingway House.
This bride understood Key West’s laid back frame-of-mind beautifully! A pair of white flats over heels is not only a considerable choice, but a comfortable one at that!
Reflective of the Classical Revival architectural style of the 1880’s, the Old Town Manor main staircase provides the perfect backdrop to showcase Julie’s wedding gown.
The Anniversary room is the largest here at Old Town Manor. Spanning the width of the house, it is perfect for the “family beauty-squad” to do their job! Thanks Mom and Bridesmaid for the finishing touches!
Julie is stunning in the sunlight on our back staircase! The lush, tropical foliage in our gardens frames her nicely and offers a show of its own. Local photographer Megan Ellis captures this flawlessly.
“In the moment” shots are our favorites! Great candid shot of Spencer placing the ring on Julie’s finger. ‘Why, yes! I do!’
The wedding couple lost in love on a park bench… so romantic!
The tablescape of lanterns and flowers creates a soft, romantic look for the outdoor reception. Silver bowls filled with pink spray-roses, hydrangea, roses and ranunculus in shades of white offer a charming base for the light-stretching tulips. The silver dusty miller adds a nice touch!
Keeping with the romantic theme, a silver cake-base boosts a key lime pie — the quintessential choice for a Key West destination wedding!