Sadie and Kiran’s wedding was one of the most beautiful weddings I have ever been a part of. The celebration took place at Cross Creek Ranch, a gorgeous rustic venue in Dover, Florida. The couple decided to combine both cultures and have two separate ceremonies- a gorgeous religious Indian ceremony to start with, then the traditional American ceremony after. Both were started with first looks and emotional surprise gift exchanges that was truly so serene and sweet between them. The first ceremony took place outside, under large oak trees, and lined with wooden benches. The second ceremony took place in the white chapel on site, just steps away from the reception. Their dog made the cutest entrance, running down with their rings!
Cross Creek Ranch Wedding
After their two ceremonies, they had a stunning reception at the Carriage House Stable. Set amongst oak trees, Spanish moss, and gorgeous light, it was the perfect reception spot. The inside had endless amounts of rustic elegance and oh so many string lights- it seriously made my heart happy! The guests dined under the twinkle, and sat at long farm tables Long farm tables are such a great set up, and allow for so much conversation!
I love when two different cultures come together and become one. As a wedding photographer, it truly is the most beautiful thing to capture. Family and friends from all over celebrating two different people, with two different backgrounds, uniting together. Shooting these two gorgeous ceremonies at one of the most stunning locations in Florida- Cross Creek Ranch, located in Dover Florida. Their flowers were tropical, with lots of reds, greenery and white. Gold accents were added throughout, including fun sign behind their heat table. With two main venue halls and exquisite rooms, it is a photographer’s dreamland! There are so many places to take the couple for portraits, and gorgeous sunset light.