Syeda and Camilo were married on picturesque Coquina Beach in Bradenton, Florida. The sun was shining down upon them, ocean waves were landing on shore behind them, and some wedding crashing dolphins were jumping in the not-so-far distance. This New Jersey couple could not have hoped for a more beautiful, dream-like destination wedding. With family who traveled from near and far (with a lot of family flying in from Chile!), they shared their vows and celebration of love surrounded by lots of hugs, big laughs, and memories to hold near and dear to their hearts for a lifetime.
Coquina Beach was chosen as their ceremony destination. Located on the western coast of Florida - not too far from Sarasota - this spot is nestled on a more private end of Bradenton Public Beach. A bamboo arbor draped in tulle and purple orchids marked where they would share their "I do's" as the sun set behind them. The ceremony wasn't complete until the new Mr. & Mrs. Solar released two beautiful doves, who were keen on taking a rest on their arbor to enjoy the view. A reception followed at nearby Pier 22, where DJ Jorge Rodriguez kept the party alive as they ate and danced the night away.
Magically Yours was honored to coordinate their day and forever be a Fairy Godmother to one of the sweetest, most loveable couples. We had so much fun preparing all the little details with Syeda leading up to her wedding, coordinating with some of the area's best wedding vendors, setting up her ocean-side ceremony, and ensuring the day was nothing short of pure bliss.
Check out the vendors we worked with to make this wedding extra magical for Mr. and Mrs. Solar and enjoy some of our favorite photos from their day below!
Dress Designer: Demetrios
Florals: Bee Ridge Florist
Hair and Makeup: Alex Fernandez and Kerilynn Ruff
Ceremony Venue: Coquina Beach | Bradenton, FL
Ceremony Rentals: All Event Rentals & Design
Officiant: Once Upon a Wedding
Reception Venue + Decor + Catering: Pier 22 | Bradenton, FL
Bakery: Cakes by Dez
Entertainment: DJ Jorge Rodriguez
Photography: Rick Benitez Photography