We're jumping head first into a whole lot of gorgeous this morning, all thanks to Stonehouse Events & More, Inc. and this oh-so-lovely Sarasota affair. Trust me, there can be no better way to start the day than with each and every fabulous detail of this classic fête, complete with beautiful blooms by Redman Steele Florist, a stunning wedding gown and an uber-romantic candle-lined aisle. And just when you think it can't get any prettier, that gorgeous color palette of red, pink and royal blue literally pops out of every amazing moment with its awesomeness. Carrie Wildes Photography captured an entire gallery full of pretty, pretty images, so there is much more lovely just waiting to be adored. You should definitely join me there for even more!
From Stonehouse Events & More, Inc.... Lorraine Myers and Matt Grisham's wedding was full of unique details! They had a fabulous puzzle guest book; which the guests really enjoyed! The bride loved Hosta leaves and used them in the invitations and the ceremony! The bride handled all of her day-of stationery items, like her program that she made to work as a fan, the holders for the rose petals that were thrown by the guests as they were pronounced husband and wife, the unique menu cards, and table numbers. She even painted the Mr. and Mrs. on the back of their chairs.
Because of the gorgeous location, the Powell Crosely Estate was the perfect setting for their wedding, which took place on January 16, 2011. The bride didn't want the wedding to feel like winter so we used her wedding colors to create an intimate and romantic setting full of candles! It was a very warm and inviting space that allowed everyone to enjoy every minute together!
Wedding Planner: Stonehouse Events & More, Inc. / Wedding Photography: Carrie Wildes Photography / Wedding Ceremony + Reception Location: Powel Crosley Estate / Caterer: Fete Catering / Linens: BBJ Linen / Wedding Cake: Pastries by Design / Floral Design: Redman Steele Florist / DJ: Inspire Entertainment / Make-up Artist: Colours by Linny / Day-of Stationery: The Bride