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Colony Palm Beach Wedding

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If there’s anything more iconic than Worth Ave in Palm Beach, it’s the Colony Palm Beach Hotel. And this Colony Palm Beach wedding lives up to the hype. Laura and Neil were referred to me by an old friend who taught me pretty much everything I know about studio lighting. Leading up to the wedding, I expected a classy affair with friends and family – ya know, very “Palm Beach”. I had NO idea Laura and Neil were such PARTY ANIMALS. But seriously, I want to be in this friend group because these folks know how to have a good time!

The day started a little grey and rainy, and luckily the Colony Palm Beach had tented their garden area for the ceremony. By newlywed portrait time, we got a quick burst of sunshine for photos in the courtyard. Like I say in my blog, it’s so important to have a rain plan in place – and one that you actually LIKE – so that your timeline doesn’t get completely derailed.

If you’re planning a Palm Beach wedding, don’t overlook the Colony Palm Beach!

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Bridal details for a wedding at the Colony Palm Beach
Indoor portrait of a bride at the Colony Palm Beach
Garden wedding at the Colony Palm Beach
Indoor portraits for a wedding at the Colony Palm Beach
Reception details for a wedding at the Colony Palm Beach
First dance during a wedding at the Colony Palm Beach
Bride and groom enjoy a mirror photo booth at the Colony Palm Beach
Reception photo from a wedding at the Colony Palm Beach with the bride and groom back to back

Big thanks to these amazing vendors that helped make Laura and Neil’s day special:

Colony Palm Beach

Florals: Gerilyn Gianna

Officiant, DJ, and Photo Booth: Russ Griffin