This is the kind of wedding that will never go out of style. The kind that will still be relevant and beautiful in 50+ years and without a doubt, grandkids will be begging to wear that perfectly classic lace dress! Laura Yang Photography captured this Victorian-inspired soiree beautifully and the gallery is filled to the brim with even more! See the rest right here.
From Laura Yang Photography… Every little detail about this wedding reflected the character of the bride and groom, from their early 20th century-built venue and the soft color palette to the menu, which featured shrimp and grits (the bride’s favorite) and miniature grilled cheese sandwiches (the groom’s favorite). The bride wanted to created a vintage-Victorian feel at her wedding — and she absolutely succeeded, with elegant, old-fashioned touches such as her grandparents’ silver champagne goblets, eyelet table linens and an understated, all-white white cake. Her hard work planning this wedding with her mother resulted in one of the most lovely weddings I’ve ever seen, and even the details they couldn’t plan were perfect — a gorgeous fall day and a golden sunset that illuminated the bride and groom during their lakeside portraits. It was a beautiful wedding for a couple who deserved nothing less!
Wedding Photography: Laura Yang Photography / Ceremony: First Presbyterian Church of Orlando in Orlando, Florida / Reception: Rosalind Club in Orlando, Florida (407-422-7573) / Ceremony Coordination: Susan Somerville of First Presbyterian Church of Orlando / Reception Coordination: Michelle Hunan of Rosalind Club / Floral Design: Sherry Krawczyk / Catering: Arthur’s Catering / Wedding Cake: Anna Cakes / Wedding Invitations: Maureen H. Hall Stationery and Invitations / Entertainment: The Z Street Band / Accommodations: Embassy Suites Orlando Downtown / Wedding Dress: Watters via Solutions Bridal Designer House / Bride’s Shoes: Ann Taylor / Hair: Yvette Husty of Primp / Makeup: Debra Lowe / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Amsale / Men’s Tuxedos: Jos. A. Bank