Representatives from Bride’s Magazine, The Knot, Collin Cowie Productions and more came together at the beautiful Caneel Bay Resort in St. John, USVI to experience the best the island and resort have to offer. East End Flower Shop created ornate floral headdresses for guests who dined and drank at the elegantly decorated event.
Photography by: Lindsay Vann Photography
Katey and Casey were married in waters just off shore Honeymoon Beach, St. John. They chose rose petals to demonstrate their love and had an intimate ceremony on a private boat to a lone, beautiful location. East End Flower Shop helped make sure Katie & Casey felt the romance with unique floral creations at every turn.
Connie and Adam tied the knot with custom pink and white rose arrangements with tropical green accents. The bride requested a traditional, romantic theme for their wedding at the Marriott, Frenchman’s Reef in St. Thomas. The result was an elegant and tasteful ceremony. The skilled design team at East End Flower Shop was able to craft custom bouquets and a custom wdding arch to the bride’s desire. Floral candelabras were also created for the tables at the newlywed’s romantically lit dinner reception at Havana Blue.
Lavender is the color of passion. Passion was definitely in the air at Kirsten & Gregory’s romantic wedding at the Greathouse in St. Thomas. East End Flower Shop went above and beyond to ensure every inch of the event hall was decorated in the bride’s exquisite taste. As a result, the bride and groom enjoyed the night of their lives. East End Flower shop has a team of designers that give the attention to detail brides like Kirsten appreciate.
Photography by: Blue Glass Photography
This fun, colorful wedding of took place at the beautiful Caneel Bay resort in St. John, USVI. The wedding included custom boutonnieres, environmental decor, centerpieces and other customer arrangements by East End Flower Shop. Make sure to check out the article featuring the happy couple in Gay Weddings & Marraige Magazine.
Photos by: Blue Glass Photography