Candice and Scott attended the same boarding school but never really crossed paths until after graduating, when they sat next to each other at an alumni planning event. Friends first, the two eventually started dating, and the rest, as they say, is history. After three years, they wed on an early March day in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Inspired by the area's palm trees -- they used them as their color-palette inspiration and for some of their visual details -- Candice and Scott opted to blend comfort and class with some traditional Florida aesthetics.
Chris Eastland created the couple's wedding logo: a palm tree and a burgee flag sporting the couple's initials. It was first introduced on the invitation suite, which was designed and letterpressed by Dauphine Press.
The reception and response cards were also letterpressed in green, with blind hits of the flag and the palm tree, respectively.
Directly following the ceremony, Candice and Scott boarded her father's boat for the journey from the church to the reception venue. A "Just Married" banner (in the color of the day) was affixed to the stern.
Candice and Scott took some time to sit together on the bow before the festivities began -- one of the bride's favorite moments of the day.
Round tables in the reception tent boasted white-and-green floral centerpieces, half of them with multiple vases of singular types of flowers, the other half with a single, mixed arrangement. Ranunculus, tulips, anemones, hyacinths, and bells of Ireland helped keep the mood fresh and appropriate without going too tropical.