A Simple, Romantic Wedding at Ceviche Tapas Bar and Restaurant in Orlando, Florida

Amanda Lima (28 and an event planner) and Jeff Schneider (28 and in the hospitality industry) shared their simple, clean and romantic wedding with a t

Amanda Lima (28 and an event planner) and Jeff Schneider (28 and in the hospitality industry) shared their simple, clean and romantic wedding with a traditional ceremony at St. Luke's Methodist Church (Jeff's family church) and a fun downtown Orlando reception at Ceviche Tapas Bar and Restaurant. A color palette of gold, nude and blush paired with plenty of candles gave the couple the soft look they were aiming for. After a traditional Spanish dinner, everyone danced the night away to both American and Brazilian songs.

The couple's son was pulled in a wagon down the aisle with a sign on the back that read, "Here Comes the Bride: My Mommy."
Small arrangements of white hydrangeas and pink roses were paired with small votives for a soft, romantic centerpiece look.
Small mason jars filled with pink macarons were given to guests as favors.
The bridesmaids wore blush pink dresses in their own style.
Amanda wore an elegant white ballgown with a cathedral-length veil.
Jeff wore a white tuxedo jacket with a black bow tie.
The couple exchanged vows at St. Luke's Methodist Church, Jeff's family church.
Small gold fondant circles decorated the four-tier white cake.