Garden Paradise: Gorgeous Museum Wedding in Miami

Amanda and Corey first met while completing a critical care internship at a hospital in Louisiana.

It was during breakfast following their night rotations where they would discuss life goals and aspirations, discovering even more shared commonalities. Eventually what began as a great friendship slowly developed into a boundless love for each other. Throughout their time together as medical students and professionals they always found a lifeline in the other – realizing that the connection they shared had the makings of permanence.

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Bride & Groom: Amanda & Corey
Wedding Location: Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Miami, Florida
Wedding Date: March 8, 2018

Almost ten years after their initial meeting, Corey reached out to Amanda’s family to receive permission in asking for her hand in marriage. With their blessing obtained, and following a sixteen-hour shift, Corey entered their home and upon finding the love of his life, got down on one knee and asked her to spend the rest of their lives together as husband and wife. It was an intimate and unforgettable romantic gesture, causing Amanda to “burst into tears of joy.”

For Amanda, the wedding shopping experience was a “fun and exciting time” shared with her family. Her final dress selection was a gorgeous Christina Rossi of Australia, with long sleeves, lace gown with champagne underlay, and a sweetheart neckline completed with a cathedral veil. Corey awaited his bride in a custom Sak’s tux, and within the beautiful gardens of the Vizcaya Museum they were forever joined as husband and wife.

Best Memories: “I just remember the whole wedding being perfect and as a whole was a great memory. We were able to celebrate our union with 100 family and friends who traveled from various states across the United States.”

Advice for Engaged Couples: “Wedding advice for engaged couples would be to pace yourself and stick to your financial budget. You will second guess a lot of your decisions, but just remember your vision will come together how you expect with good judgment and planning.”

Venue: Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
Planning and Coordination: Liz and Lex Events
Photographer & Videographer: Dolce Photos & Films
Bridal Hair: Makeup and Hair by Naivi
Bridal Makeup: Diti Bhasin of Diti Devi Makeup Artistry
Nail Artist: Ajahmure Clovis of Her Nails Rock
Bridal Concierge: Society Cleaners
Cake: Earth and Sugar
Florist: Ever After Florist
DJ: DJ Scoobz
Ceremony Musicians: AA Musicians
Officiant: Ceremonies with Cynthia
Band: 305 Street Band
Catering: A Fancy Fiesta
Lighting: Illumene Lighting and Event Production
Furniture: Elements and Accents
Bridal Prep: Four Seasons Brickell Ave
Wedding Dress Designer: Christina Rossi of Australia. 2nd Gown by Tadashi Shoji
Wedding Dress Salon: Global Bridal Gallery, and Carine’s Bridal
Bride Shoes: Manolo Blahnik Hangisi in White Satin
Bridesmaid Dresses: Jenny Yoo “Mira” convertible gown
Bridesmaid Shoes: Steve Madden
Grooms Attire: Saks Men’s Store
Groomsmen Attire: Black by Vera Wang Tuxedo
Stationery: Designed through Creative Parties
Calligrapher/Escort Cards: Jenny of Just Write Studios


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