Scott and Ryane’s wedding was breezy, gorgeous and everything you could want in a destination wedding. Since the event was set in Ryane’s home state of Florida in Sarasota, many of their friends and family traveled all the way from Alabama to make the couple’s big day all that the two of them had dreamed of. With both the ceremony and reception set at Edson Keith Mansion, a beautiful waterfront wedding venue, they were only five minutes from the breathtaking sands of Siesta Key Beach. Ryane’s bridesmaids, dressed in floor length Jenny Yoo gowns from Bella Bridesmaids, stood close as the bride and groom said ‘I do’ in the outdoor ceremony officiated by the groom’s brother. Centered between the bride and groom stood a wooden cross, handmade by the bride’s grandfather, expertly adorned with blooms by Isn’t She Lovely Florals. While guests enjoyed an outdoor cocktail hour on the lawn, Ashley Gruters of SRQtees Events transformed the venue into the couples’ dream wedding reception. After a delicious dinner from Milan Catering, friends and family danced, laughed, and sang along with Scott and Ryane to songs performed by Tim Tyler Piano Experience, an act that the couple was lucky enough to have join them all the way from where they met in Auburn, Alabama. Cakes by Ron created an unforgettable and delectably simple naked cake for the couple. The newlyweds also made sure to have some personal touches present, which was apparent in their wedding favors from Carpe Diem, a coffee shop in Mobile, Alabama, the town where they began their married life. Husband and wife duo Cody and Tiffany of Gulf Coast wedding photographer Hunter Ryan Photo captured every joyful moment of Scott and Ryane’s big day in their signature airy natural style.