This season's nuptial fashions fall on opposite sides of the aisle: ethereally sweet and rustic chic, or softly structured and urbane.
TAMPA — "What do I have to do to marry you?" T. Hampton Dohrman asked earnestly as he jotted down bullet points on a sticky note.
ST. PETERSBURG — They had many friends in common, and in fact they met during their first year at the University of Florida, in the library of their dormitory. Her sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha, and his fraternity, Phi Delta Theta, often were paired for social activities.
The book jacket for Jen Doll's Save the Date — with the image of a woman's strappy sandals beside a slice of buttercream cake — suggests that this memoir will be a Sex and the City-esque madcap comedy in which a woman marches tipsily through a parade of lavish weddings where she's forever the …
ST. PETERSBURG — A wedding party of 20 looked on as Michael Moses and Sara Hernandez shared their first kiss as husband and wife. It was a long time in the making.
TAMPA — As if wedding planning isn't crazy enough, imagine buying and restoring the 88-year-old Rialto Theater just six months before the big day.
ST. PETERSBURG — Her mom saw him first, in the family portrait in an Atlanta trade-show booth.
MINNEAPOLIS — When Natasha Cronen got married last September, she knew exactly what her bridal bouquet would look like, down to the petal.
SARASOTA — After a decade spent fulfilling the dreams of others, wedding planner Brooke Palmer closed her eyes and saw every detail of a modern, white-tie celebration of her love for Craig Kuhl.
She was a student at Grady High School in Atlanta, and he attended rival Bass High. Neither remembers how they met, although Nancy Holman said a girlfriend of hers thinks it was at Davison's, the department store where she worked in the mid 1960s.