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Harbour Ridge Country Club Wedding/ Palm City

Leslie + Nick

It was a nautical themed wedding decorated perfectly with starfish, sand dollars, & a custom made swordfish cake topper. The Harbour Ridge County Club was the perfect location for their wedding with its breathtaking views over looking the St. Lucie River, beautiful yachts & marinas in the back ground, and a nature preserve surrounding the country club. All I can say is wow what a beautiful & unique location for a wedding! Leslie & Nick love the outdoors & enjoy spending time together boating & fishing and added these personal touches to their wedding. The bridesmaids wore navy blue colored dresses & with the groomsman dressed in light tan colored suits it was a fun combination of colors & contrast which fit perfectly with their theme. Everyone looked beautiful! Leslie was glowing with smiles throughout the day and was simply stunning in her Casablanca ivory wedding gown. It was a pristine blue sky day for their ceremony which was held under the River Pavilion overlooking the river. Their ceremony was sealed with a kiss and then we were off for photos before they danced & partied the night away. The DJ kept everyone dancing all night long and performed their own amazing dance routines! Their wedding ended with a sparkler send off with all the guests cheering and celebrating as these two love birds drove off. It was a gorgeous day for an awesome couple and we congratulate Leslie & Nick and wish you many years of happiness!

Ceremony/Reception: Harbour Ridge Country Club

Makeup: By Shae

Hair: Salon Appearances

Cake: Sweet Tiers

D.J: Entertainment Connections

 

 

 

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  • DJ Port St Lucie - November 24, 2014 - 1:00 am

    Absolutely love your wedding photos. Such a great job capturing the moment. Beautiful pictures and wanted to leave a comment.ReplyCancel

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