Every once in a while one of our “friendors” (vendors who are friends, a term coined by Victoria Canada) gets married and it is simply joyous. Having done so many weddings together, spending many late nights together, dealing with brides melting down and a slew of various other crisis’s that happen in wedding world you feel a sense of comradery and connection with those that you work with weekend after weekend. So when it was time for Jessica from the Royal Palms to say “I Do” there was no shortage of “friendors” wanting to be a part of making her wedding to Zach super special. Serendipity Videography not only had the honor but the pleasure of documenting Jessica and Zach’s love. It’s really fun seeing the vision of a Catering Managers wedding because it is often times the exact opposite of what every day brides want. She planned a wedding that was a complete contrast to what she see’s weekend after weekend in her day job at the Royal Palms. They had their wedding at the uber chic and contemporary Clayton On The Park. No sprawling gardens or secret pathways here but clean lines and a contemporary design. While most brides want to do a formal wedding with a sit down dinner and a formal affair. Not Jessica and Zach… They wanted a PAR-TAYYY. She wanted her guests to mix and to mingle and to just have a great time. She didn’t want the formal sit down dinner, she wanted comfort food stations. She didn’t want the big band, she wanted gambling for her entertainment. The vision was to have her entire reception to be a super fun and entertaining Cocktail Hour and it was spectacular. Jessica was so chill that she even let her bridesmaids wear whatever they wanted and in whatever color they wanted…. GASP….. And guess what the world did not collapse and it looked beautiful. Congratulations to Jessica and Zach. It was a true pleasure to see one of our own tie the knot.