Flagler Museum wedding in Palm Beach
This Flagler Museum wedding in Palm Beach embraced Eva and Philip’s heritage, their true love of family & a classic elegance – all put together perfectly! We started the day with a Chinese tea ceremony, which is wonderful tradition dating back over 1000 years. The bride and groom serve tea in a gaiwan to both sides of the parents, representing an important moment in which members of both families become relatives of each other. After the ceremony we spent time photography wedding portraits at the Flagler Museum; before the couple exchanged wedding vows in the Flagler Keenan Pavilion. The wedding ceremony was preformed by the brides brother, which creates a very personal moment to photograph during a wedding.
The Flagler Museum has so many wonderful locations for your wedding reception – Eva and Philip held their reception in the Great Hall of this historic home built as a wedding gift for Henry Flagler’s wife.
One of the best parts of being a Palm Beach wedding photographer is the way every couple embraces their heritage & religions and then adds their own personal style to make each wedding day truly unique to photograph!
Are you getting married at the Flagler Museum? I would love to share my knowledge of the amazing locations for portraits at this historic Palm Beach wedding venue. Connect with me and we can schedule a time to chat!
Photography: Ambrosio Photography // Cinematography: Black Label Wedding Films // Wedding Planning: Lauren Daversa Events // Catering: Chez Gourmet // Decor: Creations // Cake : Dominique Couture Cakes // Beauty: DG Pro