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Real Wedding | Chelsea and Jon at Dr. Phillips House!

Updated: Apr 17, 2022

The Queen Anne architecture of the Dr. Phillips House, a National Historic Place, welcomed Chelsea and Jon, and their guests, for a magical evening on the biggest wedding day of the year, 10/10/20!

The ladies prepared in the 2nd floor of the house, including the iconic cupola room at the front of the house. Another unique feature of the house, the basement wine cellar, gave the groom and his attendants a peaceful respite before the action and drama of the day began.

Soon enough, it was time for the ceremony in the house's peaceful and secluded patio garden. The patio is flanked by cherubic water fountains lending the area a quiet natural tone, while the gazebo is always the favorite spot as the backdrop for our couples' vows.

Once the vows were said and the new couple was official, everyone moved inside the gorgeously appointed house to begin the celebration! We absolutely loved the centerpieces which showed the couple's love for all things Disney. The floral bouquets were gorgeous with the contrasting deep red, greens and bright whites, which also worked marvelously to offset the beautiful white cake that Chelsea and Jon would later cut and share with their guests.

It was a truly magical day for the new couple, and we were honored to be a part of it all, from planning all the way through to the end of the night when we saw them off to begin their new lives together. Congratulations to you both, and may you truly live "Happily Ever After"!


This amazing vendor team made sure every single detail was perfect for their special day, ensuring Chelsea and Jon had the wedding of their dreams!

DJ/Lighting - Orlando DJ Group

Cake - Jillycakes

Hair & Makeup - Kristy's Artistry

For more fantastic real weddings and great advice for your big day, you can check out the rest of our blog posts here, and contact us with questions here. We would love to quote any of our coordination and entertainment services for you!

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