Seaside Chapel Wedding
I’m not sure where to begin with this beautiful day. Cole and Anne Eastland came to us through their wedding planner, It’s A Shore Thing (one of our faves!) The day began with their photo session out front of Seaside Chapel. Seaside, Florida is absolutely beautiful and there is no bad location to snap some photos!
Inside the chapel, a violin and a pianist played soft music from the balcony while guests found their seats. After the grandparents and parents were seated, the parade of groomsmen first began walking down the aisle, followed by the bridesmaids. Everyone rose to watch Anne Eastland and her father make their way down the aisle in traditional fashion. The two lovebirds held hands and Anne rested her head on Cole’s shoulder as a solo echoes through the chapel walls. A kiss, an exit, and a gathering outside the chapel on that perfect day were just the beginning of the fun.
After the ceremony, the guests walked over to Lyceum Lawn near the Seaside Chapel where they found two tents with a gorgeous array of furniture separating the two. The band and dance floor were in one tent while the cake and food tables were in the other. Guests mingled, helped themselves to the signature drink in a copper mug, and admired the cake with lovebirds on top. Cole and Anne Eastland snuck off to the beach around sunset for a last round of photos before arriving into the reception.
They kicked off the evening with their first dance. It was followed by two father daughter dances and a mother son dance. Once the formalities were out of the way, the band started the party with a round of upbeat music that had everyone on the dance floor. The evening was perfect, surrounded by their closest friends and family, it was surely an evening to remember.
Fabulous Team of Vendors
Planner: It’s A Shore Thing
Ceremony Venue: Seaside Chapel
Reception Venue: Lyecum Lawn
Photography: dear wesleyann
Videography: Silver Shade Studios
Cake: Confections on the Coast
Flowers and Decor: Florals By The Sea
Catering: 331 Catering
Ceremony Music: Top Hat Live
Band: First Generation Band