Yesterday's wedding featured a lovely set up in South Naples at a quaint, beach access site, 8th Avenue to be exact. This popular ceremony venue features a well manicured lawn, gorgeous gulf views and a sort of aisle made from nature's most majestic of pillars, palm tress. Around 100 guests were brought in by trolley to celebrate with Brittany and Ryan, the bride and groom who hired Barefoot Saturday for their live music needs. The acoustic duet featured male and female vocals, acoustic guitar and piano. The group covered contemporary tunes by artists such as Jason Mraz, Michael Buble, Colbie Caillait and John Mayer to name a few.
The style of this wedding was truly unique and incorporated a 1920's flare. Colors included grays, blacks, reds and a splash of turquoise. The groomsmen wore plaid bow ties and matching red and white spectator shoes, while the bridesmaids modeled gray, tiered, chiffon gowns and bouquets of red. The bride wore a long sleeve lace dress with drop waist. Her bouquet was made entirely of silvery, white jewelry, crystals and gems. This matched the bedazzled flapper headpiece she wore across her forehead, a lovely statement piece for such a theme.
Congratulations again to Brittany and Ryan on their new marriage.
Why hello there! I'm Katy, the owner and curator of our professional musician collective in Southwest Florida. As a wife and mom to two adorable little girls, my days are filled with adventure and love. Subscribe to the newsletter below for past melodic weddings that are sure to inspire ideas for your own ceremony music.