A Ribault Club Wedding in Fort George Island, Florida

Bailie and Shane executed their nautical theme with a fitting color scheme of navy, teal and hints of gray.

Bailie and Shane executed their nautical theme with a fitting color scheme of navy, teal and hints of gray.

The mantle was decorated with driftwood, plump white candles and an upholstered sign that featured the couple's monogram.
The anemone pinned to Shane's lapel matched the same blooms in Bailie's bouquet.
Knotted rope held the table cards, which were nautical in design. Flowers in vintage milk glass vases completed the look.
The five bridesmaids all wore the same floor-length, strapless dress in a flattering navy blue color. Bailie gifted her bridal party with bejeweled sandals and anchor bracelets to top off their look.
Bailie's sparkly, rhinestone embellished sandals were perfect for an outdoor wedding.
Bailie's nearly all-white bouquet had anemones, hydrangeas, orchids and succulents with touches of beach grass and tiny blue berries.
Guests found their menu choices, which included a mashed potato bar and a mac & cheese bar, on a large chalkboard.
Here’s an interesting tidbit: The couple worked Bailie’s favorite animal, the octopus, into the décor wherever they could, including their unique cake stand.
“We both love living at the beach and couldn’t imagine a more fitting theme than a nautical one,” Bailie explains. Navy stripes and a gold anchor motif in the invitation suites hinted at the day’s vibe.
The eight groomsmen wore gray Vera Wang slim-fit suits. The couple gifted them with navy skinny ties, teal and navy socks and navy Vans.
Bailie wore a strapless ivory fit-and-flare gown with a tulle skirt. “It was just the right amount of drama,” she says. A Swarovski-crystal-embellished sash accented the lace.
For their first dance, the couple chose the same song that Chris proposed with: You by Chris Young.
The couple married outside beneath a large oak tree. Rustic lanterns hung from the branches, while white rose petals and mason jars filled with succulents and mums lined the aisle.
The tables were named for sea creatures and the card were placed in Monkey's Fist knots. Small clam shell votives, made by the bride's mother, were a fun accent to the tablescapes.
The nautical-themed tablescapes had orchids in large sea shells, knotted rope that held table cards and votives made from shells.
The reception was held outside, beneath a large open-sided tent hung with bistro lights.