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A Seaside Glam Wedding in Alys Beach, FL

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Courtney & David in Alys Beach, FL
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The couple’s dog, Winston, donned a seersucker bow tie for his role as an honorary (and adorable) usher. “We couldn’t imagine not having him at the wedding,” says Courtney. “He’s our dog child!”
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Courtney carried a dreamy all-white bunch of peonies, tulips and artemisia.
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The eight bridesmaids chose from three different dress styles in the same pale gray chiffon fabric. To keep things simple, the groomsmen wore their own suits and their choice of bow tie.
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Brushed platinum details and an oversize sugar magnolia glammed up Courtney and David’s vanilla fondant cake.
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Vintage- inspired “Mr.” and “Mrs.” banners hung from the back of the newlyweds’ chairs at the tented reception.
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Courtney & David in Alys Beach, FL

After years of vacationing in Panama City, Florida, with her family, Courtney Brennan (30 and a manager of special events at The Madison Square Garden Company) knew Alys Beach would be perfect for a refined beach wedding to her fiancé, David Walker (31 and an associate creative director for Recyclebank). The New York City–based couple went with a “noncolor” palette of metallics, texture, light and splashes of old-world flair. The result: A day filled with nostalgic glamour that highlighted the area’s natural, coastal beauty.
- Meghan Overdeep
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