Hosting a destination wedding was a wonderful experience and I am so thankful for all of the lovely vendors I was able to meet and create lasting relationships with. Looking back on February 20, 2020, I realize now how lucky we were to plan this incredible destination wedding at the Lost Tree Club for such an amazing couple and family. (Click here to watch the beautiful wedding video by PS Photography & Films.)
The Lost Tree Club is a private club and community in Palm Beach, Florida. The interior design of the clubhouse is classic and elegant and best described as ‘Island Classic Style.’ It’s definitely one of my top favorite clubhouses we’ve had the opportunity to work in.
Our bride, Amanda, and her mom Debbie embraced this Island Classic Style in the wedding design elements and stationery and then enhanced it with a modern touch. We worked with Carolyn at The Papery to design all of the stationery elements.
Thank you to Julia from Capehart Photography for doing such an amazing job capturing the essence of this gorgeous day. There were so many beautiful options for photos with this couple, wedding party, and family, as the grounds of the Lost Tree Club are beautifully landscaped with tropical plants and flowers, and the streets and golf course lined with breathtaking Banyan Trees.
For the stunning florals, we worked with Anna Jakubas from Boca Blooms by Valley Forge Flowers. She and her team did an outstanding job embracing our bride’s personal style and vision for her wedding day. White calla lily bouquets were the perfect accent to the bridesmaids’ blush dresses. During the ceremony, the aisle was lined with a variety of lush palms, accented with white and pink blooms, and was exactly as our bride had envisioned.
One of the most memorable moments of the day was when Mother Nature provided us with a double rainbow during the ceremony overlooking the ocean.
The cocktail reception was hosted on the porch overlooking the golf course at the main clubhouse. Guests sipped on two refreshing signature drinks: rosemary and pear champagne cocktails and cucumber, lime, and mint margaritas. As the sun began to set, guests were invited to sit down for dinner in the gorgeous ballroom. Tables were set in champagne and blush linens and adorned with two different floral arrangements: on some tables, tall glass vases were filled with three different varieties of palm leaves and on others, glass vessels filled with gorgeous textural florals with a mixture of garden and tropicals in white, champagne, and pale pinks.
Sultans of Swing entertained our guests with their energetic and soulful vibe. Guests truly enjoyed an evening of magical food and dancing the night away.
Upon their exit, the bride and groom made their way through an aisle of sparklers created by their guests.
Style: Island Classic Style with organic, tropical, and modern touches
Blooms: Calla lilies, roses, ranunculus, orchids, and a variety of palm fronds
Color Palette: Champagne and blush with bright pink accents
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