Pineapples. We love Jennifer & Jeffery’s tropical design and all the pineapples they included in the décor. Their super tropical beach wedding at Sanibel Island’s Casa Ybel Resort started off with toes in the sand and continued through the night on the oceanfront lawn. The tented reception was decked out with brightly colored florals, tropical greenery and, yep, pineapples. Did we mention how much we love the pineapples?
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?
Alysha and Jason had the perfect weather for a Florida beach wedding. The sun was shining almost as brightly as the bride and groom. The bright and tropical florals were a perfect match for this cheerful pair!
Amanda and David invited only their nearest and dearest loved ones to their intimate wedding on Sanibel Island. Their vows included their children as did their sand ceremony where the blending of different colored sands represented their lives becoming forever entwined.
Casa Ybel Resort in Sanibel Island, Florida, is a popular choice for New York wedding couples. Yuyu and Dan decided to escape the busy NYC scene for a laid back, island style soiree. They tied the knot on the white sand beach and enjoyed cocktails and a night of fun in a tented reception on the Gulf of Mexico.
Siusan and Brian’s destination wedding at Casa Ybel Resort on Sanibel Island had more than the ocean and the gentle sea breeze. Their beach wedding celebration was filled with family, friends and ridiculously romantic images.
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.