It was a perfect late fall Florida day when Taylor and David tied the knot. The kind where the humidity is blessedly low and the temperature sits just above the indoors. Where you can sit in a patch of afternoon sunshine, the light warming the pages and lulling you into a state of quiet reverie.
Taylor got ready in the Montejurra room, the Casa De Solana being the sort of hideaway where every room has its own story and place in history. The room hearkened back to 19th century elegance and pomp; admirably suited to an event of as much import as a wedding.
Taylor’s bridesmaids were so sweet and supportive, doing a phenomenal job getting her ready for her big day.
Their ceremony was wonderfully simple, and we have to point out that David hand built the arch they were married under!
Taylor & David’s Ceremony and reception were held at the Pena Peck House, one of the oldest colonial buildings in St. Augustine, which started its life as the home of the Royal Spanish Treasurer in the new world, and now lives on as a museum and wedding venue.
The Perfect Pour served up incredible Rosemary Gin Fizz cocktails all night long among the bougainvilleas at The Pena Peck House. We were amazed by the time and attention to detail put into the making of each drink.
Taylor & David’s reception was incredible, with the most heartfelt toasts from their best friends, so excited to see them start their new life togther.
We have to mention, the tables and benches the guests ate and drank at were handmade by David. The tables proved so popular that they were overwhelmed with requests to rent them out, and so not long after getting married themselves, Taylor & David formed Timeless Design, an event rental company focused on handmade furniture.