With its stunning Spanish-colonial structure, indoor and out of doors areas and picturesque sundown, The Powel Crosley Property was the proper setting for a Spanish-inspired wedding ceremony. The couple exchanged vows in an intimate night ceremony on the venue’s pavilion with slightly below 100 of their closest household and pals in attendance. Keely wore a surprising personalized gentle blue Ines Di Santo robe with a single shoulder strap adorned with hand-made wired lace butterflies. Her bridesmaids wore emerald satin attire and carried bouquets of white blooms and small oranges. Sebastian and his groomsmen wore cream smoking jackets with black lapels and bow ties with white pin dots.