SEPTEMBER 18, 2019
A beachfront wedding Your dream can come true at The Sunset Weddings by Gulf Drive Cafe. This award-winning waterfront venue is one of Anna Maria Island’s most appealing sites for wedding celebrations. Located at the south end of the island, Gulf Drive Cafe overlooks sugarwhite sand beaches, the Gulf of Mexico's turquoiseemerald waters and multi-colored horizon during sunset. The Gulf waves provide a picturesque backdrop when saying, “I do.” There are several options when considering where to exchange your vows. There is always a backup plan for inclement weather with our drop down storm curtains. The rustic Sunset Tiki is a reception space perfectly suited for groups up to 150 people. It has a lovely tile dance floor, but you and your guests are also welcomed to dance barefoot in the sand throughout the night. There is specialty lighting available to add for the perfect glow to your evening. You also have the choice of bar set up during the length of your reception for private use. Their team of experts will work with you on creating and customizing your tropical dream beach wedding. They offer several wedding packages to fit your budget and invite you to visit the property, sample their chef’s creations and learn more about what they have to offer. For more information, visit their website, thesunsetweddings.com, or email any inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
OPEN DAILY 7 AM - 9 PM
SEPTEMBER 18, 2019
Tiffany Burton and Shaun Piatchek were married on the beach of Anna Maria Island on Aug. 31, 2019. Chuck Caudill played guitar and ukulele, and sang for their wedding. Tiffany and Shaun honeymooned on Longboat Key before returning home to Nixa, Mo. DARA CAUDILL | WWW.ISLANDPHOTOGRAPHY.ORG
Lindsey Dimick and Shawn Fitzpatrick were married at the Sandbar restaurant on Aug. 24, 2019. Chuck Caudill provided the music. In lieu of parting favors, the couple adopted a turtle nest from AMI Turtle Watch & Shorebird Monitoring in the name of all their guests and family. Lindsey and Shawn honeymooned in Fiji before returning home to Maryland.
DARA CAUDILL | WWW.ISLANDPHOTOGRAPHY.ORG