Let me just warn you now: I’m about to gush. There are some brides who just glow, and Cara is one of those special ladies. I think that everyone looks beautiful on their wedding day, except maybe a few of those bridezillas that are overly dramatized and probably all fake anyway. The love in their eyes is what really makes it. And Cara Courtney and George Singeltary definitely had love in their eyes. Also, they hit a slam-dunk with me when they picked pink for their wedding.
Why on earth did neither of my daughters do pink? (I’m still a little sad.)
Their ceremony was a pretty, traditional Catholic service at the Catholic Community of St. Paul in Leesburg. Flowers were designed by the brilliant Brian Joyce and Richard Streitler of Flourish Floral Productions. We have featured Flourish several times, and they are very well-known in Orlando for their classy, original style.
Our mahogany Chiavari chairs complemented the outdoorsy elegance that the couple achieved with the open-air tent at the home of the bride’s parents in Leesburg.
The architectural detail that immediately drew the eye, however, was the intricate chandelier at center stage.
It created a ballroom of the lovely tent. I also loved the warmth on the tables, the yellow glow of the candles against the low-lying pink flowers. It was a great look.
The wedding cake reminded me of beautiful stationery, with layers of unique textures creating a great masterpiece. Leave it to Bake Me a Cake!
The groom’s cake was cute too!—a Titleist ball on its own piece of green—classic.
Even my husband would approve.
Cara’s grandmother even got on her feet with a special purple parasol dance to celebrate her 80th birthday!
The night ended with as celebratory feel as it began: the bride in her cute traveling dress was whisked away by her new husband and VIP Transportation Group. The evening was magically coordinated by Wonderful Weddings – Susie Weiss’ entire team and captured on video by Sky Osborne of Perfect Sky Productions.
I would be absolutely remiss if I didn’t tell you who took these gorgeous pictures. Kellie Warren-Underwood of KWU Weddings is young, smart, and incredibly talented. She does a great job of capturing the life, happiness, and uniqueness in each wedding. I love the personality in her pictures. I’m sure that the bride and groom were incredibly pleased with their product! And I know that the guests loved her Photo Mingle slideshow of pictures displayed at the reception.
We appreciated the opportunity to join in such a special wedding.
We wish the Singeltarys many years of joy and every blessing!
If this blog leaves you wishing for more, check out our photo gallery of Cara and George’s wedding on our A Chair Affair Facebook fan page.
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