Pretty pastels create a colorful, feminine look for this romantic design. Geometric terrariums and gold flatware add a touch of elegance to rustic cross back chairs, boho bouquets and wild floral arrangements.
From the photographer:
Spring time in Florida is one of the best times of the year to get married. As vendors we sought to execute a realistic pastel colored styled wedding shoot that a bride could easily duplicate.
We wanted a venue that offered a beautiful outdoor ceremony spot, as well as an option to bring the natural light indoors. This was a turn of the century schoolhouse restored to feature a perfect balance of vintage elegance and modern sophistication. With over 3000+ square feet of beautiful white walls, wood flooring and tons of natural light flooding in, Venue 1902 was just the touch of beauty that we needed to set the stage.
When thinking of floral arrangements, we knew we wanted to feature some different options that a bride could request to pull off a personalized look that would be unique to her wedding. Afton from Fern and Curl did just so by creating distinct terrarium, fishbowl and flute floral centerpieces. Paige, from Two Peas Designed created a beautiful wedding suite, along with menu cards and acrylic laser cut name placements that added that extra touch for a wedding guest.
The bride was dressed in a fitted, open back gown from fitted and styled from Carolyn Allen’s Bridals, while the groom wore a non-traditional tuxedo from Leonard 5th Avenue. Bake a Wish Cakes created a yummy mini dessert table featuring a two tier cake, frosted donuts and white chocolate covered strawberries.
Venue: Venue 1902 at Preservation Hall – Sanford, FL
Planning/Coordination: LT Events
Photography: Amy Saavedra Photography
Floral: Fern and Curl Designs
Calligraphy & Signage: Two Peas Designs
Cake/Dessert: Bake a Wish Cakes & Sweets
Linens: Any Event Linen & Chair Rental
Flower Wall: Lil Epic Design
Hair & Makeup: Gabriella Anthoney’s Design Artistry
Bridal Gown & Bridesmaid Dresses: Carolyn Allen’s Bridals & Tuxedos
Formalwear: Leonardo 5th Avenue