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Orange Blossom Bride Feature: Loggia at Lake Mirror Wedding

by 1potato2llc@gmail.com 3. March 2018 11:53

This article was originally published by Orange Blossom Bride on February 26th, 2018. All photos by Jordan Weiland Photography.

Elegant Loggia at Lake Mirror Wedding

Hilary and Christopher’s waterfront wedding shows off the beauty of Hilary’s hometown, Lakeland. The two of them said their I Do’s in front of the stately Loggia at Lake Mirror as the lake itself stretched out behind rows of guests. Their day was classic and romantic with a touch of rustic. Hilary wore a flowing white dress and carried a bouquet wrapped in a lace doily, and Christopher met her at the end of the aisle in his black tux. Coral and pink flowers hung on the wooden church pews that served as front row seating. Once the happy couple was officially husband and wife, they were off to celebrate!

Their outdoor reception overlooked the lake, and guests mingled and dined as the sun set over the city. The party was full of trucks – there was a donut truck to hand out yummy desserts and a mobile DJ truck to keep the dance floor alive! The blue lake, green grass, and floral centerpieces all popped against the neutral decor – it was beautiful scenery for a night full of fun!

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Participating Vendors:

Venue/Location: Loggia at Lake Mirror
Planner: Tampa Bay Food Trucks
Photographer: Jordan Weiland Photography
Florist: Taylormade Floral & Event Decor
Officiant: Rev. Rick Price
Dress: Ti Adora  from Malindy Elene Bridal Boutique
Makeup: Melissa Kinsey of True MD
Hair: Shannon Harvey of The Copper Penny Hair Studio
Men’s Attire: Nathan’s Men’s Store
Dessert: Craving Donuts
Rentals: A Chair Affair, Inc.
Invitations: Minted.com

To contact us about wedding catering and/or event coordination, please contact our office at 813-802-9119. Don't forget to check us out on Wedding Wire:

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Valentines Day Activities

by Alan@tbftr.com 6. February 2015 09:53

Valentines Day is right around the corner…and on a Saturday nonetheless. Clearly, this year’s Valentines Day is leaving no excuse for planning the perfect date day and/or night. The excitement of a Food Truck Rally is the perfect choice to spend your Valentines Day. Here are some tips for creating a great food truck date:

 Valentines Day

  1. Check out some of our events for Saturday like the Wounded Warrior Walk or the Color Guard Percussion Competition. If you want a more of a relaxed environment, try Cigar City Brewing. More information can be found on our event schedule and decide which event you are going to attend.
  2.  Get there early! Our events attract very large crowds of people and the lines can get pretty long. Be sure to get there right when the event starts!
  3. Bring chairs! Seating can be scarce at a food truck event so be sure to bring your own fold up chairs (or maybe even a blanket if you want to make it a more romantic, picnic type atmosphere).
  4. Bring a sense of adventure! One of the reasons food trucks have become the “IT” thing in dining is because the food is far from ordinary! It’s a special occasion so don’t be afraid to step out of your comfort zone and experiment.
  5. Be sure to bring some cash! Most of our trucks have the ability to process debit and credit cards, but unfortunately, you never know when technology may fail. Expect to pay around $10 per meal so the smaller the bills the better!
  6. Don’t forget the romantic touches! The classic romantic touches never go out of style. So, don’t forget to include the flowers, the gift, and a romantic playlist on your iPod.

 

Valentines Day can be filled with tons of clichés and the same old boring dates. Why not step out of the box and make it a unique evening that neither of you will forget?! This year, ditch the expensive, stuffy, dimly lite restaurant with the same old menu and join one of our events for a fun, exciting, adventurous evening with that special someone in your life!