Rev. Rick Lackore Tag

Kelley and Tyler came from Virginia, and chose Stonebridge Weddings and Events as the venue for their destination wedding ceremony in early January.  Stonebridge, at The Lange Farm, is nestled in just over 80 acres of picturesque Florida acreage in Dade City and offers a blend of old Florida

A True Legend   The Don CeSar is a True Legend.  Dramatically perched atop wind-swept dunes with expansive views in every direction, The Don CeSar is the epitome of old-world glamour and sophistication. Since 1928, it has graciously welcomed the world's elite, stars of the silver screen, renowned authors, U.S

Debra and David came from Maryland, and chose the Don CeSar on St. Pete Beach as the venue for their destination beach wedding ceremony on a beautiful afternoon in late December.  The Don CeSar is a True Legend.  Dramatically perched atop wind-swept dunes with expansive views in every direction, it is the

Lindsey and Kyle chose Stonebridge Weddings and Events as the venue for their wedding ceremony.  Stonebridge, at The Lange Farm, is nestled in just over 80 acres of picturesque Florida acreage near Dade City and offers a blend of old Florida elegance and southern romance.  Under towering live oak

Caitlin and Sean chose the industrial and beautiful  Armature Works along downtown Tampa’s Riverwalk as the Venue for their trendy wedding ceremony on a beautiful afternoon.  Armature Works is a fully restored mixed-use building that breathes new life into the historic Tampa Heights neighborhood. With its unobstructed view of the Hillsborough River,

Lexi and Tucker’s wedding ceremony took place in early November at the beautiful Davis Islands Garden Club.  Located just minutes from downtown Tampa, the garden center is on the edge of the Seddon Channel, where the Hillsborough River flows into Tampa Bay.  As a Wedding Venue, the The

Courtney and Ryan chose the Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg, FL as the location for their wedding ceremony in late November .  The Museum of Fine Arts provides outstanding examples of world art in an inviting, elegant setting. It is a city landmark situated on the waterfront

Lisa and Steven chose the Belleview Inn as the Venue for their wedding ceremony in mid-November.  The newly renovated Belleview Inn, also known as the “The White Queen of the Gulf”, was built by Henry Plant, who originally built eight grand hotels throughout western Florida from Tampa to Punta Gorda.  Today, the Belleview

Tara and Dylan came from Ohio and decided at the last-minute last minute to elope on St. Pete Beach.  The couple looked amazing as they walked hand in hand across the sand to the water’s edge.  Their custom designed wedding ceremony included scripture readings from Ephesians