Courtenay + Anand: Seaside Wedding Planners

Fall weddings at the beach are some of our favorites!  Not only is the weather a little milder and the sunsets a wee-bit prettier, but the entire feel of a fall wedding at the beach is generally one that includes some really, really pretty fall color palettes.  The over-the-top-gorgeous Seaside wedding of Courtenay and Anand takes the (gold!) cake for being one of the prettiest fall weddings we’ve been a part of!

For ten months, Arden exchanged lots and lots of emails, phone calls, laughs, and sweet stories with Courtenay and her mom, Anne, talking through Courtenay’s lifelong dream of marrying in the Seaside Chapel.  Growing up vacationing in the adorable beach town nestled in the middle of 30A, we were about to make this sweet bride’s dream a reality!  With visions of sophisticated elegance, a gold color palette {seriously, one of the prettiest gold weddings in the history of gold weddings ;)}, and custom-themed food stations, we knew we were in for a treat seeing this phenomenal wedding spring to life.

We got right to work in putting together the perfect team for Courtenay and Anand: Florals by the Sea outdid themselves with their event and floral design, and Townsend Catering couldn’t have hit the mark any more accurately with their Indian, Southern and Coastal food stations.  And, Confections on the Coast‘s custom, gold wedding cake was mind-blowingly incredible.  Combine the rest of our fabulous team with the perfect fall weather and you have yourself an over-the-top amazing wedding!

Once you’ve oohed and ahhed through all the pretty photos, be sure to check out Courtenay and Anand’s same-day edit wedding video from Studio 205 Films {and see some of the fun from the rest of the weekend they had planned, including the traditional Sangeeta on Friday}!  This was a must-have for this sweet couple, and we can absolutely see why!  Incredible!

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