Gorgeous Outdoor Wedding Ceremonies

I got married in a beautiful colonial church in Mexico. It was a lovely ceremony in a magnificent location full of history and love. But, if I could do it all over again, I would totally go for an outdoor ceremony. What about you? Well, if you feel like me, and the idea of tying the knot in a out-doors space sounds like a fabulous plan, then you have to take a look at these steal-worthy outdoor ceremonies designed by Nisie’s Enchanted Florist… These wedding ceremony displays are the definition of gorg!
Space No.1: Pinks and baby’s breath (Photographer: Andrena Photography | Ceremony Venue: Pelican Hill)

Space No.2: Lavish Seaside (Photographer: Lawrence Crandall Photographer | Venue: Ritz Carlton Laguna Nigel)
Space No.3 : Enchanted Garden…. romantic and classic. (Venue: St Regis | Photographer: Trista Lerit)
Space No. 4: Classic Romance (Photo: Kimberly Bradford | Venue: The Resort at Pelican Hill)

Space No.5: Classic with a modern approach (Photographer: Bleu Cotton Photography | Venue: Pelican Hill| via Sweet Lovelies by Kathy Jo Peterson)

Space No. 6 (Venue: The Montage | Photographer: Samuel Lippke Photography)
Space No.7: An enchanted forrest (Venue: Pelican Hill | Photographer: Mike Colon)

Space No.8 : Clean and no-so simple (Venue: Montage | Photographer: Joe Latter)
Space No. 9: (Photographer: Barnet Photography | Venue: Pelican Hill)

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Comments

  1. says

    These are not only gorgeous outdoor wedding ceremonies but also grandiose at the same time. I love the different flowers that cover the entire place. I wonder how the place smells like. This is such a wonderful place indeed.

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