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Florida Wedding with a Gin Bar, Swinging Wedding Cake and Lawn Games Friends and family of Lora and Tracy came from all over the world to witness their uniting love. The Living Sculpture Sanctuary in Florida was the perfect setting to honor the blend of their South African and Puerto Rican cultures, as well as their love for nature and adventure.While rain on a wedding day isn’t everyone’s first choice, Lora and Tracy thought it only added to the romance of the day. Guests gathered under the clear tent of the venue for the couple’s wine wedding ceremony with an arbor of flowers and lanterns propped behind them. “We each selected a wine for each other based on the characteristics and surprised each other with the wine, partaking in it and roasting our past, present and future,” mentioned Lora. A true family affair, their son played a trombone duet and their niece sang a memorable melody. Once it was official, the two exited as dried leaves were tossed in honor of their love. In addition…

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Contemporary and earthy styles collided at the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) for a wedding design inspiration that’s as trendy as it is organic.The team of vendors crafted a ceremony set up filled with plush black suede seating that held drinks with sparkling black rimmed glasses atop mirrored signs with “cheers” written in delicate calligraphy. What a way for guests to be greeted!To play up the cascading greens already displayed through the museum, moss aisle runners lined the way to a disconnected floral arch filled with a plethora of greenery and anemone bulbs. Imagine saying ‘I do’ with a backdrop like this!In the semi-open space hand-lettered black and white escort cards were displayed with a statement wax seal that’s effortlessly modern. They complemented the mirror hexagon …