{ kelley + ryan | the flagler museum | palm beach wedding photography }

Kelley + Ryan’s wedding was held at the historic Flagler Museum, Palm Beach, following their exchange of vows at the adjacent Royal Poinciana Chapel.

Earlier in the day, the bride and company readied at The Brazilian Court. Draped in a fabulous Monique Lhullier peach champagne gown and sparkling Stuart Weitzmans, Kelley was pure elegance. Her bridesmaids were pastel perfect in Jenny Yoo gowns mixing varying shades of taupe, light grey, and blush.

Post ceremony, guests enjoyed cocktails in the Grand Hall and throughout the museum, then a stunning reception, coordinated by Trina Chaney-Hoo for The Planning Company. The candle lit West Room featured decor by Creations Productions, with silver candelabras, gold place settings, and an array of peach and ivory florals, on multi-shaped tables surrounded by gold chiavaris.

Gatsby style dinner was followed by a five tiered butter creme cake trimmed in 14k Gold by Earth + Sugar. Slices of the banana cake, were creatively served in martini glasses filled with ice cream, fruit and chocolate.














































































































































































































venue: the flagler museum, palm beach
member service manager: lauren klyman for the flagler museum
event planning: trina chaney-hoo for the planning company
florals + décor: créations production
bridal gown: monique lhullier
bridal shoes: stuart weitzman
bridesmaids’ gowns: jenny yoo
makeup artistry + hair styling: cosmo + co.
live event painting: gayle gerardi for art by gayle
catering: chez gourmet
cake: earth + sugar

One response

  1. Catherine

    I will sing your praises forever! The pictures are so stunning and we could not have been happier. Thank you for putting your HEART into your work. The pictures are a forever reminder of that magical evening. Thank you ever so much.
    Catherine Grosskopf.

    February 24, 2016 at 6:53 pm

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