Gil and Taylor contacted Intimate Weddings of Orlando because they wanted a private intimate elopement and were looking for something that was budget friendly. Victoria with Intimate Weddings of Orlando talked them through their options. From helping them pick the perfect location to finding the best fit for vendors, Intimate Weddings of
Eva and Senol booked their Elopement Package through the Hotel Zamora on St. Pete Beach in late Spring. The Hotel Zamora on St. Pete Beach, is a white-washed Mediterranean palace that though breathtakingly modern, feels anchored in a bygone era. Inspired by the architecture of its namesake Spanish province, the hotel’s striking Romanesque façade
Kirsten and Jackson came from Pennsylvania, and chose the beautiful Isla Del Sol Yacht and Country Club as the venue for their wedding ceremony on a rainy evening early April. Isla Del Sol Yacht and Country Club is nestled between the southern tip of St. Petersburg and just north of Tierra Verde.
Margaritaville Resort Orlando recently provided a fantastic backdrop for a very special event. Rachelle and Al, their two handsome sons, and a small group of family and friends used the venue’s Anchor Terrace as a backdrop for their ten-year anniversary celebration. The terrace features a
Victoria and Devon chose the beautiful Hotel Zamora on St. Pete Beach as the venue for their wedding ceremony and reception in late March. The Hotel Zamora on St. Pete Beach is a white-washed Mediterranean palace that though breathtakingly modern, feels anchored in a bygone era. Inspired by the architecture of its namesake Spanish
Shawnell and Shaun planned their destination wedding through Intimate Weddings of Orlando and then the pandemic hit. The hitch in their plans lasted almost 2 years, as the groom was living in England and could not get back to the states. Fast forward to 2022 and Shawnell and
Alexa and Luis chose the beautiful Powel Crosley Estate as the venue for their wedding ceremony earlier this year.. Powel Crosley built the Florida winter home for his wife, Gwendolyn, in 1929. The two-and-a-half-story Mediterranean mansion was built in the southwest corner of Bradenton on a 60-acre parcel
Marleina and Matthew chose the Florida Aquarium as the venue for their wedding ceremony in late Spring. The Florida Aquarium is located in the Channelside district of downtown Tampa, next to the new Sparkman Warf. Established in 1995, the Florida Aquarium enables guests to get up close to 14,000 animals; many of Florida’s aquatic