Sizzling, spicy and just plain “¿Muy caliente” is this Spanish inspired Sarasota wedding day at The Powel Crosley Estate. With warm citrus tones of deep corals, soft peaches and rich wines. The wildly whimsical floral arrangements of Flowers by Fudgie first capture our attention at Claire and Enrique’s Spanish inspired Sarasota wedding day. Colors of passion and elegance that are unbelievably vibrant and altogether breathtaking. Speaking of top trending, the bridal runways have been a bit of a fiesta of late, toting a stunning Spanish influence that Claire absolutely nailed with her lace dimension gown, gotta-touch-it texture, endless sex appeal and one glorious manitlla that made her look straight up angelic. Which we really needed to lust after today following this weekend’s royal wedding and Meghan Markle’s gorgeous veil. They tied the whole aesthetic together in an exotic scene – classic but unique, pretty but sultry, romantic but fun and beautifully captured by Limelight Photography.
Spanish Inspired Sarasota Wedding Day
We are a bit charmed by the sweet innocence and lighthearted approach that Enrique, whom is from Peru, proposed to his bride. The couple first met in Sarasota out salsa dancing in the spring of 2017. But during one of Florida’s magical sunsets he took Claire to a nearby bench on the Ringlin bridge where he asked her what the tradition was for marriage proposals in America. “Is the guy supposed to get on one knee?,” he playfully asked. Of course, as he did he got on one knee and said, “like this?” Following up with that one magical question. Fast for to some wedding details of the day that cannot go without mention. So, listen up señoritas because Claire absolutely did her glam squad a favor with the mix and match styles of Jasmine Bridal in a hue that set her color scheme on fire. Hot, hot, hot bridesmaids dresses! Claire likes a classical look, so the “theme” is certainly a classy, “Spanish” look with lots of lace. They also had Spanish lace custom table runners created just for their reception and selected to decorate with Alstroemeria flowers, which are also known as “Peruvian Lillies.” Claire and Enrique’s Spanish influenced Sarasota wedding is an instant roadmap on how to turn a soiree into a bonafide fiesta. While we cannot confirm the whether or not this couple salsa’d into the night – we would certainly bet some money on it. Given the fact that dancing is of the best parts of a Peruvian-American wedding – and it is how Claire and Enrique met after all!