As a little girl, Lindsey dreamed of saying “I Do” inside a castle. A Florida native, she thought she’d have to give up her dream in order to get married in her hometown. Then, she and her groom-to-be visited The Breakers and Lindsey knew she had found her castle.
“The second we walked into The Breakers we knew we wanted to have our wedding there,” Lindsey recalls. “As we toured it was all I could think about — I was in my castle! We are both also big history and literature buffs so we really appreciated the history and elegance that comes with The Breakers.”
Enjoy a look back at Lindsey and Blake’s special wedding weekend with images courtesy of Munoz Photography…
“When we met with The Breakers Design Studio, the team turned our vision into a real life moment — and it was so nice to have our meetings on property,” Lindsey says. “The team brought us exactly what we were looking for: a vintage, romantic setting with a splash of Breakers elegance.”
“Our favorite moment ‘together’ would have to be when we did our Souja Boy dance,” Lindsey says. “That was a song we loved in college and a dance that we used to do all the time! We knew we wanted to be announced to Souja Boy at our reception long before we were even engaged.”
More inspiration: Take a peek into Amanda and David’s special day with this video trailer by Senderey Video…
Congratulations Lindsey & Blake!
Wedding Venue & Catering: The Breakers, Kym Bichon / Décor & Design: The Design Studio at The Breakers / Wedding planner: The Luxe Group, Lauren Malis / Ceremony: Gold Room / Reception: Ocean Lawn / Dinner: The Circle / Brunch: Magnolia Room / Cake: The Breakers Cake Shop / Photography: Munoz Photography / Videography: Senderey Video, Ruben Senderey / Entertainment: The Powerhouse Band, Alan James