Summer Wedding with Tropical Touches at Crystal Point Yacht Club | Point Pleasant, NJ Photographer

January 3, 2020

If you have been longing for a wedding with all the feels of the tropics that took place here in the garden state – this stunning celebration at the newly renovated Crystal Point Yacht Club is just the thing! Caty and RJ have a laid back island style that was evident in every touch of their wedding day, from gorgeous florals to understated lace, along with a special hula to serenade the bride and groom.

If you have ever hoped for the perfect bridal flower crown – I have found it for you. It’s here. I don’t know that any other human could pull it off quite like Caty did – but it was truly a unique and gorgeous piece and truly something that I had not seen before. It was styled effortlessly and as I learned – that is very much Caty herself. Effortlessly cool, tropical, and beautiful.

Caty and RJ actually met while Caty was living in Hawaii and RJ was stationed there – the rest is history (beautiful history) and the two now reside in Florida – though they came back to New Jersey to celebrate their union with family and friends. I absolutely loved being able to see the new renovation at Crystal Point – they truly did a beautiful job with it and I love the new spaces and neutral color palette.

I don’t want to keep you from these beautiful photos any longer! Please enjoy this gorgeous Aloha wedding. Caty and RJ it was such an honor to be able to take these photos for you!


Photography: Kelly Sea Images

Venue: Crystal Point Yacht Club

Florist: Cyndi Hubeny

Bride’s Gown: Grace Loves Lace

Groom’s Suit: Men’s Wearhouse

Make Up: Make Me Up Eva

Hair: Sweet Hair Peace

Invitations: Checkerboard

DJ: Elite Entertainment

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