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WaterVue at Brooks Street Wedding | Venue Tour

Ever consider a WaterVue at Brooks Street wedding? If not, you should! We’ve done some of the leg work for you. Recently, we had a chance to stop by and take some video of the property and then worked a wedding there the following weekend. Enjoy our quick venue tour.

This Fort Walton Beach venue is one of our favorites. It is very versatile for ceremonies and receptions. You have indoor and outdoor options.

WaterVue at Brooks Street Wedding

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Fort Walton Beach Wedding Venues

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In a state where rain is always hit and miss, this is a stress-reliever in and of itself. You have an instant back-up plan! Additionally, the multiple spaces within the venue can give your event different looks between ceremony, cocktail hour and reception. We’ve done it just about every way imaginable including a recent trend of ceremony inside, cocktail hour outside (which we do a flip inside) and then reception back inside. The venue is rare in that it can feel full with 80 guests or you can expand it to accommodate up to 250-300 people.

The view of the gulf is unobstructed and crystal clear 90% of the time. Though they do have a preferred vendor list, you can bring in just about any vendor you want, which makes working with all budget sizes ideal. Indoor tables and chairs are available at the venue. They do require you to bring in a coordinator, which is a good idea anyway to ensure that things are running smoothly.

For a non-beachy wedding, a WaterVue at Brooks Street wedding is worth looking at. The owner, Mary, is one of those rare folks who treats you as family from the moment she meets you. She is very accommodating and looks to make your wedding day as stress-free and special as she can. From a vendor perspective, she sets us all up to make each event successful! You can’t put a price on that.

DJ Josh W and DJ Irving G Entertain for Sandestin Hilton Wedding | Levi & Andi

The location was the Sandestin Hilton Beach Golf Resort & Spa. We had a full B-Boy team in effect with a ceremony violinist, photographer and 2 person DJ/MC Package. We also got a chance to work with the amazing vendor team of Kiss The Bride Wedding & Event Planning and It’s A Perfect Day Wedding Florist.  What started out as a calm, warm day turned into a very windy affair for Levi Croy and Andi Seward’s wedding.  This, however, did not dampen the joyful atmosphere and despite uncooperative weather conditions, the feeling was warm and loving.

Destin Wedding

This particular Sandestin Hilton Wedding ceremony took place on the beach.  Our violinist set the mood with some beautiful classical selections picked by Levi and Andi.  They wrote their own vows which  were extremely touching and heartfelt.

Destination Wedding

In what was one of the coolest things I’ve ever seen, they incorporated a “dove release” just before they were pronounced husband and wife.

Dove Release

We transitioned into the reception on the Sunrise deck and the table décor and florals absolutely captured the Spring destination feel they were going for with teal and pink colors.

Hilton Sandestin Weddings

With memorable toasts and a real sense of togetherness, you could not tell which of the guests were from the bride’s side and which of the guests were from the groom’s side. My partner for the evening, DJ Irving G, orchestrated a fitting soundtrack as guests danced the night away.  We wish you the best Levi and Andi!

DJ Josh Weck

Emerald Coast Wedding

DJ Irving G

 

Formality Song Selections
Grand Entrance (Bridal Party): “I Gotta Feelin'” by Black Eyed Peas
Grand Entrance (Bride & Groom): “OMG” by Usher feat. Will.I.Am
First Dance: “It’s Your Love” by Tim McGraw
Father/Daughter Dance: “Daddy (Dance With Me)” by Krystal Keith
Mother/Son Dance: “What A Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong