A Bright, Traditional Wedding at Port Royal Club in Naples, Florida

From the yellow and white ceremony flowers to the bright printed linens, Amy Moglia (58 and an illustrator) and Paul Heuerman’s (54 and an attorney) t

From the yellow and white ceremony flowers to the bright printed linens, Amy Moglia (58 and an illustrator) and Paul Heuerman’s (54 and an attorney) traditional wedding was filled with pops of color. The couple started their day with a personal church ceremony. Amy held her sons’ hands as she walked down the aisle in a classic white wedding dress with an unexpected twist; it was chosen by Paul. The couple went shopping at Rhylan Lang Bridal in Nebraska when he pulled out the Hayley Paige dress. “I nearly fainted when I saw it. It was exactly what I wanted,” Amy says. A simple beaded belt accented her waist as she reached the altar. After the couple said “I do,” all moved to the nearby Port Royal Club for a reception bursting with shades of orange, coral and pink. Each cocktail table was paired with bright rose accents as guests took in the view of a six-foot tall, custom sand castle with the couple’s name. Inside, the colorful centerpieces stood out against all other decor. Garden District-Naples topped each silk linen with overflowing florals. “Rufino at Garden District-Naples is nothing short of a genius when it comes to flowers,” Amy says. Bright roses, hydrangeas and greenery topped glass trumpet vases and gold pedestal vases on each table. Instead of a wedding cake, Amy, Paul and their guests finished the night with an assortment of desserts ranging from shooters to pies and a late-night feast of sliders. Tonya Malay Photography captured these details and much more, below. For future couples, Amy shares: “Make choices. Everything doesn't have to be the best of the best, so pick your priorities.”

"I like to paint with bright, clean colors," Amy says. "We added in a touch of some other colors to make the arrangements pop." Each cocktail table was paired with a fun floral linen and bright centerpieces of orange, red and pink roses, pink hydrangeas, purple veronica and greenery. Each was designed by Garden District-Naples.
Amy paired her classic Hayley Paige wedding dress with a few fun accessories. After Salon Salvati styled her hair with romantic curls, they placed a vintage-style hair clip of rose gold leaves and blush roses in her hair. Amy finished the look with a  pair of silver chandelier earrings and a simple silver bracelet.
Tables with lower centerpieces stood out with a number of colorful florals. Surrounded by floating tea-light candles, Garden District-Naples designed an arrangement of white and pink hydrangeas, pink peonies and purple veronica accented by red, fuchsia, blush and orange roses. A floral table number that matched each linen was placed in front of the arrangement.
Amy and Paul only used a few accents to decorate their traditional ceremony at Trinity-By-The-Cove Episcopal Church. Garden District-Naples designed low arrangements of white hydrangeas in green breakaway vases to line the entrance for her procession. The couple's altar was also met with tall twin arrangements of white and orange blooms.
Amy and Paul directly incorporated their family into the traditional ceremony. Amy's sons served as bridesmen and walked her down the aisle, while Paul's three sons waited by the altar as his groomsmen. Each man wore a classic black tuxedo from Men's Wearhouse with a white shirt and silver tie. Paul stood out in a custom tuxedo by John Craig and white anemone boutonniere.
Beaded Ivory Bridal Clutch With Monogram
The couple's florist, Garden District-Naples, paired each floral linen with an overflowing centerpiece. Roses in fuchsia, orange and red were paired with bright spray roses, white and pink hydrangeas and greenery. Each arrangement either topped a clear-glass trumpet vase or a low pedestal vase. They also matched the couple’s table numbers.
Amy and Paul's sweetheart table stood out with a number of bright blooms. Pink, orange, red and fuchsia roses were matched with greenery, baby’s breath and pink chrysanthemums for an eye-catching arrangement. Garden District-Naples also surrounded the blooms with floating tea-light candles in cylinder vases for a soft, added glow.
Silver Groom’s Vest and White Tie
“Paul chose the desserts. I think he was hungry that day,” Amy says. The couple treated their 111 guests to an assortment of pies, chocolate dessert shooters, cakes and creme brulee all before 10 p.m. At that point, their guests were given sliders and french fries on the dance floor.
Now this is a detail we don't usually see. Sentinels Of Sand crafted a personalized sand castle to accent the couple's cocktail hour. The six-foot creation was later surrounded by bright torches as guests moved inside for dinner, Amy says.