By Ava Sobieszek, MyDreamyBeachWedding.com
At 8:57 AM on a Monday morning Ava received a phone call from a gentleman from Louisiana asking if we could perform a wedding that evening at 7:00 PM on Perdido Key.
Thinking it was a joke, Ava decided to play along and asked what would he like to include for the ceremony. His reply was he wanted our bamboo arbor covered with burlap and white fabric, a sand ceremony with 5 different colored sands (natural, teal, light pink, silver, and hot pink), 3 bouquets (one bridal and 2 for their daughters) a boutonniere, chairs with sashes.
Ava was taken by him knowing what he wanted but still thinking it was a joke of some kind and she just kept saying: “Anything else” Groom: “Yes, an officiant” Ava: “Is that all?” Groom: “No. We also need a photographer.” Now really thinking it was a joke, she said “Is there anything else?” He then said, “Oh Yes! We would like a violinist to play this list of songs.” (8 in total). Ava “Anything else?” Groom “Yes could you have the officiant read a poem just before our vows?”
Needless to say, we pulled it all off including a violinist and all went well. We found out after the wedding as the officiant (Blitz) was filling out the paperwork why the rush. They had applied for their Escambia County Marriage License the last time they were here and that Monday was the last day that they could get married. Advice to brides and grooms “Please plan ahead!”
For this couple, everything worked out as they planned including a violinist that could play on Monday night on such short notice. We will definitely talk about this one for a while and we are really happy and proud that we did it all.
There may be no other day in your life that you want a certain level of flawlessness than you’re wedding day. A day you’ve dreamed of with a partner that you’re deeply in love with. The beaches of Perdido Key will enchant you and your guests with stunning natural backdrops overlooking the Gulf of Mexico with its sugar-white sands. This is undoubtedly an incredibly romantic place to tie the knot.