Bella Collina – Tuscan Elegance

Daniel and Jessica’s day could not have been more perfect. On a sunny Saturday in April, Montverde provided a stunning backdrop on a day this couple will never forget. The wedding was filled with deep, jewel-toned blooms ranging from an extensive arch piece to their reception centerpieces. We loved the bride’s adventurous side that allowed us to add some lesser seen product, such as the gorgeous red Amaranthus, Celosia as well as use one of our favorite flowers – Peonies! This elegant wedding matched the venue’s “Spirit of Tuscany” perfectly and combined to create one of the most gorgeous events. We are so glad we got to be a part of their day!

Venue: Bella Collina

Planner: A Rose Designs Events

Photographer: Leah Langley

Baker: Party Flavors

Winter Park Farmers Market – Southern Classic 

Winter Park Farmers Market is a popular venue here in Orlando, and we love when our brides make it unique! Patrick and Laura chose a rustic and vintage design for their wedding. Everything from the babies breath that lined their aisle to the stacked vintage books on their ceremony tables was as unique as Patrick and Laura.

For the brides bouquet we used only the best flowers! From the gorgeous Juliet garden roses, the amazing blush clooney ranunculus, to the pop of blue from the thistle that finished it perfectly. Her bouquet is certainly one for the books! The sequined gold bridesmaids dresses and quirky groomsmen suits were a stylish finishing touch for this fun wedding.

Floral: Bluegrass Chic

Photographer: Ashley Jane Photography

Venue: Winter Park Farmer Market

Leu Gardens – Irish Wedding

We really enjoyed designing this romantic, almost all green wedding with a touch of white and thistles. This stunning bride with the most gorgeous red hair wore a romantic lace gown with a stunning shawl draped over her arms as she walked down the aisle. Her maids wore a soft teal and a gray shawl draped with green and white bouquets. The bride carried a soft cascading bouquet with queens ann lace, brunia, thistles, green hydrangea, garden roses and amaranthus. The ceremony was moved inside for weather, but we moved their birchwood ceremony arch inside with corner floral of white hydrangea, ivy, thistle and amaranthus. The couple had a bagpiper in honor of their heritage to start and end the ceremony.

Published on: Eco-Beautiful Weddings Blog

Photography: Corner House Photography
Ceremony Venue: Harry P. Leu Gardens
Reception Venue: 310 Lakeside
Makeup and Hair Artistry: About Face Design Team
Floral: Bluegrass Chic
Cake Artistry: The Sugar Suite
DJ: Groove Maestros DJ & Lighting Services
Officiant: Lon Tosi

Cypress Grove~Chic and Classic

We were just tickled to work with one of our favorite Tickled Pink ladies, Michelle Moyer, on her most special day. Cypress Grove created a beautiful backdrop for her gorgeous wedding. We had fun using some of Bluegrass Chic favorite flowers such as the panda anemone, sweet fragrant Juliet garden rose, berries, and succulents of course! This whimsical bouquet was filled with many of the ivory and peachy/blush elements to create a timeless image. The reception and tables where some of our favorite. There where a mixture of wood slices, garland, and bud vases that gave a very chic and romantic feel. What an an amazing day with an fantastic team!

Floral: Bluegrass Chic

Photographer: The Robinsons

Planner: Tickled Pink Brides

 

Peachtree House -Rustic Elegance

When people ask us what our specialty is, we say Rustic Elegance. Sometimes that is hard to understand as those words usually don’t go together. Although this wedding will help everyone understand how elegant, rustic can be.

We set the stage at the beautiful Peachtree House in College Park. The bride and groom choose the fabulous Chris Glenn to capture the entire event. The details from this wedding surpass almost any other we have done before, styled by Mobella Events. From the floating floral monogram, ceremony cross, driftwood centerpieces, gold candelabras, Spanish moss and orchid aisle, to the Star Wars guests. Yes, you heard me right… Star Wars Darth Vader and a couple of Storm Troupers to entertain the guests. This wedding is one for the books for sure!

Styling and Coordination: Mobella Events

Venue: Peachtree House

Photography: Chris Glenn

Rentals: Orlando Wedding and Party Rentals, A Chair Affair, Get Lit Productions

Floral: Bluegrass Chic

Rabbit Hollow – Elopement

 

We just had to share these photos from an elopement at Rabbit Hollow where we provided the floral. The stunning professional photos and styling by Kathy Thomas Photography. Stop for a minute and enjoy the sparkle and smell the roses. Audrey’s bouquet and centerpieces consisted of hot pink roses and peonies, coral roses and white ranunculus.

Dogwood Blossom Stationary

We had the honor of using our floral to accent some of Dogwood Blossoms Stationary. From elegant blue delphinium buds, girly pink peonies, whimsical purple lisianthus, to earthy greenery, we had the perfect accent piece for each style.

So excited about Dogwood Blossoms new beautiful stationary! Hope you enjoy the photos as much as we do!

Photography:  Bumby Photography

Floral:  Bluegrass Chic

Stationary:  Dogwood Blossom

 

Mission Inn Marina – Babies Breath Beauties

We loved the elegance and simplicity of Stephanie and Brian’s wedding!  They held their special day at the Mission Inn Marina Del Rey.

We designed Stephanie’s lovely bridal bouquet with babies breath and blush & white gerber daisies.  We designed her maids’ bouquets with babies breath and white gerber daisies.  For their ceremony, we designed babies breath inside her hanging lantern jars with streaming ribbons.  For their reception, we scattered babies breath around candlelight centerpieces for half of their guest tables, and then placed babies breath lantern jars for the other half.

We hope you enjoy these photos just as much as we did!

Venue:  Mission Inn Marina Del Rey

Planning & Coordination:  Nicole Squared Events

Floral:  Bluegrass Chic

Photography:  Rhodes Studios

DJ:  Liquid Entertainment

Hair & Makeup:  Kristy’s Artistry Design Team

Baker:  Bakers Cottage Cakes

 

Trinity Lutheran & Dubsdread Golf Course-Classic & Romantic Wedding

Everything about this wedding came together beautifully. The lovely couple had their ceremony in the Trinity Lutheran Church in downtown Orlando. The bride walked down the aisle with a classic white and greens bouquet made with white tibet roses, stock, ranunculus, football mums, majolika spray roses, and silver dollar eucalyptus. The groom, waited for his bride while wearing a boutonniere made of white majolika spray roses, ruscus, and eucalyptus.

The reception was held at the charming, Dubsdread Golf Course with accents of gold, white, greens, and romantic twinkling lights and candles. The head table was set with a garland made of ruscus, eucalyptus, white tibet roses, white hydrangea, babies breath, and white majolika spray roses. For the guest tables we used white hydrangea, white tibet roses, white majolika spray roses, stock, babies breath, silver dollar eucalyptus, and ruscus in gold wooden footed bowls. The finishing touch were the ‘bride and groom’ chair ties!

 

Photography: Captured by Elle

Planning: Anna Christine Events

DJ and Lighting: Orlando DJ and Lighting

Floral: Bluegrass Chic

Good Counsel Camp – Rustic Outdoor Wedding

We wanted to write about the floral, but then we contacted the bride to get the story of her wedding told in her words. From our Bride, Kayla.

My husband, Stephen, and I met when we were 14 years old at a little outdoor summer camp in Floral City, Florida called Good Counsel Camp (GCC). We met as campers and our love for that place and each other grew as we continued to go summer after summer. When we were too old to be campers, we became staff and worked as counselors until we graduated from college.

After 8 years of dating and a big move from Florida to New York City, Stephen proposed at Central Park on 12/13/14. We both knew right away where we wanted to get married. GCC was our favorite place in the world and we couldn’t imagine a “best day ever” without that place.

Unfortunately, earlier that year, a fire burned down the center of and the biggest structure on GCC’s property- the Mess Hall. Without even a foundation of a new Mess Hall (aka the reception location), we agreed that we would get married there the next year. Through the generosity of other alumni and supporters who loved the camp as much as we did, it was rebuilt by the following summer… this time with AC and bathrooms (imagine a wedding without that!).

For our wedding, multiple friends, family members and vendors helped transform our little camp (not typically a venue) into an even more breathtaking place. There is nothing that will ever compare to walking down the “aisle” into the GCC chapel, a walk I had taken daily in summers past- this time ending with all my loved ones from different parts of my life under one roof. Stephen and I enjoyed every second of our ceremony and reception and feel so grateful to GCC for bringing us together.

– Kayla

Coordination: Runway Events

Photography: The Hons

Rentals: A Chair Affair

Floral: Bluegrass Chic