Can it be considered an elopement if you bring 10 people with you to your destination wedding? Intimate weddings have just as much fun and, as a bonus, the couple gets to spend more quality time with each of their guests. Stacey and Tate’s beach wedding at Casa Ybel Resort on Sanibel Island was perfectly sized for a weekend of fun!
After a long cold winter in Wisconsin, what could be better than a beach wedding on the sunny shores of Sanibel Island, Florida? This tropical wedding in paradise could not have been more perfect. Lauri and Bryan said their vows with toes in the sand at Casa Ybel Resort and enjoyed a night with their nearest and dearest on the resort’s open-air patio.
Stephanie and Robert’s Sanibel Island beach wedding at Casa Ybel Resort was the perfect getaway. An intimate group of family and friends joined them for this destination wedding complete with sandy toes, tropical cocktails and loads of laughs!
Ami & Ben came from across the pond to tie the knot on Sanibel Island – talk about a destination wedding! We love when our friends in the U.K. come to Casa Ybel Resort to celebrate. Ami & Ben got married on the shell strewn beach with just their closest family and friends present.
Sometimes, it’s easier (and way more fun) to just elope! Abbey & Matt brought only their immediate families and ran off to Florida for an outdoor oceanfront wedding. Their ceremony was on Casa Ybel Resort’s lush Back Lawn overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. What could be a better a reason to escape the cold Ohio winter?
The perfect island style wedding has champagne on the beach and a ukulele. Emily and David’s beach wedding at Casa Ybel Resort on Sanibel island had both of those and an intimate group of family and friends to celebrate with.