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A Casual Beachside Wedding in St. Pete Beach, FL

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Hillary & Adam in St. Pete Beach, FL
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Hillary held a white rose "composite": a bloom with petals wired around it to create the illusion of one large blossom.
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Hillary loved the femininity of the bridesmaid bouquets, which contained only baby's breath.
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While the women got ready, Hillary's dress hung from a hanger sculpted to spell "Mrs. Morse."
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Because of unexpectedly cold weather, the ceremony had to be moved from the beach to a more sheltered courtyard. But Hillary and Adam still said their "I dos" beneath a driftwood huppah.
Postcard Inn on the Beach
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Hillary and Adam asked guests to sign Jenga blocks so that when the couple plays the game in the future, they can enjoy the notes and well wishes.
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The sweetheart table was adorned in a pearl-, crystal- and sequin-encrusted tablecloth.
Connie Duglin Specialty Linen; Nuage Designs; MMD Events
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In lieu of table numbers, the couple named each table after a location that was special to them, and labeled it with a vintage postcard.
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Instead of traditional bride and groom figurines, two starfish topped the white ruffled wedding cake.
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"'You Send Me' by Sam Cooke was the perfect classic song for our first dance," Hillary says.

Hillary & Adam in St. Pete Beach, FL

The Bride Hillary Duff, 35, account manager at Food Network Magazine The Groom Adam Morse, 32, managing director at a consulting firm The Date February 11 This Chicago-based couple wanted the vacation-like feel of a destination wedding but in an easy-to-get-to location. Postcard Inn on the Beach offered this, plus a relaxed, beachy vibe that served as the perfect complement to Hillary and Adam’s style: “a big dose of romance.” They pulled it off with a muted palette (ivory, taupe and light blue), soft flowers and lots of candles.
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