This Museum of Art wedding had classic details, modern vibes, and personal touches all over! Tia and Ryan eloped back in March in a private ceremony at a beautiful plantation in Charleston. They wanted an epic reception to celebrate their nuptials with their closest family & friends back in Orlando.
As this sweet couple entered the reception, they went straight into their first dance as husband and wife to “You are the One” by Kodaline. The bride looked positively stunning in her couture Ines Di Santo wedding gown. After a few touching toasts and dinner, the party really got underway on the dance floor! Tia started a conga line and all the guests got involved dancing together around the reception space. Classic hits such as “Don’t Stop Believing”, “Sweet Caroline” and “Friends in Low Places” made for great dancing and singing on the dance floor throughout the night. While none of the guests wanted the party to end, this charming couple ended the night with “Closing Time” by Semisonic.
Sound Sensation Entertainment provided LED up-lights in aqua blue, video presentation of elopement and of course the DJ/MC for the evening. Thank you Tia & Ryan for allowing us to be apart of your celebration!
Venue: Orlando Museum of Art
Photographer: H Rosario Photography
Cake: Party Flavors
Catering: Cocktails Catering
Floral: Julie Ford Designs
Pipe & Drape: Swag Decor
Bridal Gown: Ines Di Santo from Solutions Bridal