We have a gorgeous Florida wedding for y’all today! Absolutely sweet and southern-inspired, this blue and purple wedding is full of lovely details, plenty of happy moments, and an abundance of inspiration for any bride planning a southern wedding. The bouquets of orchids and hydrangeas, the harpist at the wedding ceremony, and the bright blue bridesmaid dresses are just a few of our favorite things. And the bride’s wedding gown is one of the prettiest we’ve seen!
Melissa Robinson Photography was able to capture the super sweet moments of this wedding, as well as the gorgeous surroundings and vivid colors. One of the things we love most about Florida weddings is how they can be classically southern and yet completely unique from anywhere else in the South!
Scott and Joanna’s backyard Florida wedding is sweet, Southern, and handmade. We love Joanna’s backless wedding gown with precious lace detailing, their vintage wedding day china, and the arrangements of rustic flowers in shades of orange, golden yellow, and creamy white.
Today’s handmade Florida wedding is precious, and full of examples of a family coming together to show their love and support for the bride and groom. After the bride lost her son while planning her wedding day, all their family made sure a wedding was planned that honored their love, their family, and her son. We’re so glad that This Little Life Photography was there to capture all the special moments and priceless details. A wedding, in the end, is all about the love, y’all.
Skeleton keys, blue silk ribbons, paper flowers and handmade bouquets set the tone for this vintage-inspired Florida wedding. Although time intensive, the look of handmade paper flowers is just lovely, especially if you’re a DIY bride at heart.
“David and I met in the summer of 2005 at a prayer meeting at church. I have never met someone I could trust so dearly and that loves me for who I am–the good, the bad, the ugly. I had always wanted to have something unique about my wedding that was eye catching and memorable. That’s what led me to the idea of making paper flowers instead of using real ones. I spent hours upon hours, even months working on them. I made every flower used in my wedding (minus the eight white roses in my bouquet and the baby’s breath for a filler). The paper I used to make the roses also helped bring out the vintage feel I was going for at the reception. I was so happy with how everything turned out. I wouldn’t change a thing.”