{ kristy + michael | morikami | boynton beach wedding }

Kristy + Michael’s wedding portraits were shot on location at The Morikami Museum + Japanese Gardens, following their nuptials at St. Thomas More in Boynton Beach.

Earlier in the day, Kristy readied at her parents residence, amidst a sea diamonds, set in purple roses and orchids.

The bride’s bouquet of orchids and lavender roses, designed by Emilie for 5 Stars Events, was beautiful, as was the additional butterfly brooch… to further the other butterfly inspired details of the day.

The sole’s of the bride’s sparkly pumps by Ivanka Trump, were emblazoned with purple “I Do” rhinestones.

Just love the cute little “Mrs. Page” hanger, by etsy.com.

Kristy’s couture gown by Maggie Sottero was just stunning.

With help from her bridesmaids, they helped the bride ready.

Even the puppy came to help. Awww!

One last touch of perfume…

And a tender moment shared with her Mother.

Even dad got in on the act, with dual kisses for the bride-2-be.

And just in case anyone got teary eyed… a custom handkerchief.

Kristy’s flowers were hand delivered by her oh so cute, flower girl.

Over at the groom’s parents home, Michael buttoned up, then posed for some pics with his boyz… both big and small.

Back at the lake, Kristy did the same with her girls, prior to heading to the church.

The groom shares a quick hug with his grandparents prior to the start of the service.

And ushers hand out programs.

The church pews were decorated in purple hydrangeas and branches, and the flower girls basket was made of a tin with branch and purple ribbon, filled with purple rose petals.

Soon it was time, and the bride headed to her white vintage auto, en route to St. Thomas More.

Down the aisle she came, escorted by her father.

The lovely mosiac in the church floor, made for a great focal point, as their nuptials continued.

They soon exited as Mr. + Mrs. Page!!! Yay!

Hopped into their Rolls…

and off they went to Morikami.

Meanwhile, guest enjoyed an expansive cocktail hour at Benvenuto’s in Boynton Beach.

As the reception space was transformed into a vision in varying shades of purple. Every last detail was overseen by event coordinator, Desiree Oftedal of Desiree Dawn Events.

The towering wedding cake, was artfully created by SugarChef, and featured handcrafted sugar flowers.

Female Guests were treated to buckets of coordinating flowered-flip flops, to swap their heels for as they took to the floor.

After the newlywed’s first dance…

The bride shared a special dance with her dad.

then was toasted by Mom, and more…

Towards the end of the night, in lieu of tossing the bouquet, the couple opted for the Anniversary Dance.

Which left behind the oldest married couple, who just happened to be Michael’s grandparents.

Once the cake was cut…

Wishes were sent…

and the happy couple and their guests partied on till late in the evening.

…………………………………..

bridal gown: maggie sottero
headpiece/veil: mariolka’s ridal
shoes: ivanka trump
jewelry: artistic jewelers NYC

bridesmaids gowns: belsoie by jasmine
flowergirl’s dress:

florals + decor: emilie for 5 stars events
event planning: desiree oftedal for desiree dawn events
portrait venue: morikami museum + gardens
reception venue: benvenutos, boynton beach
church: st. thomas more, boynton beach

cake: sugarchef
champagne flutes: things remembered
custom hanger: etsy.com

5 responses

  1. photos came out amazing and I was so glad to be a part of this very special day ~ thank you for sharing, Joriann & Maja! Looking forward to many more weddings with you!

    And Mike & Kristy, I hope you love your treasured images as much as I loved working with you and your family, congratulations once again! xoxo

    November 30, 2011 at 3:38 pm

  2. Kristy Hennessy

    The pictures came out more beautiful than I could have imagined! Thank you!

    November 30, 2011 at 4:52 pm

  3. Rose Ann (mom)

    An amazing job, by amazing photographers. The photos are breath taking. You did not miss a detail. Thank you Joriann and Maja!

    December 1, 2011 at 8:30 am

  4. Cait Krug

    Beautiful pictures of a beautiful bride and groom! They will treasure these images forever!

    December 1, 2011 at 10:19 am

  5. Kelsey Hemstreet

    These pictures are beautiful! Loved every one of them. They capture every moment perfectly and will be amazing to look back upon!

    December 7, 2011 at 4:29 pm

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