Sarasota’s Architectural Salvage wedding: Something old, nothing new | HeraldTribune.com (Florida)

Emily Conlisk and Steven Tanner leave as bride and groom to greet wedding guests at the entrance of Sarasota Architectural Salvage on April 16. The bride and groom chose the location for their nuptials as part of an effort to use all recycled materials, from the bride’s wedding gown to table centerpieces. CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS / MATT HOUSTON

“When we thought about doing a unique wedding, it occurred to us that since Emily is devoted to recycling and she loves to creatively repurpose everything, that a ceremony in the salvage yard side garden with the reception inside the store might be just the thing.”

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