Grand Oaks Resort Florida Carriage Museum Wedding

The Grand Oaks Resort & Florida Carriage Museum was a lovely place to have a wedding. They’ve got several ceremony locations on site and the entire grounds is just beautiful. I’d definitely recommend it for a rustic, garden, or country themed wedding. Kieran and Erica selected the Koi pond as the backdrop for their culture-rich Celtic ceremony complete with Celtic hand-fasting, a pinning ceremony, and acknowledging the four elements. Erica had something borrowed, something blue, something old, something new and a silver sixpence in her shoe in honor of Kieran’s Scottish heritage. It was a short wedding day, but we were able to take SO many lovely portraits. Here are just our absolute favorites from the day. Much love to you both in your new life together!

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Diane Fryar

Wonderful pictures, thanks for posting!!

kieran marshall

Wow guys! These turned out better than we could possibly have imagined. Thank you for such wonderful memories!

Erica Marshall

Absolutely incredible! I can’t thank you guys enough for capturing the special details of our intimate ceremony. Completely exceeded our expectations!

Tina Tsopelas

Amazing photos !!!!!

Kira

Rest in peace sweet Erica…taken way too soon. And Kieran I’m sorry for your loss. It’s heartbreaking to see the happiness on both of your faces, only to know that months later it would all change.
Rest easy & godspeed Erica.
Kira

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