Porcher House Wedding in Cocoa Florida from Amalie Orrange Photography
October 16, 2013
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This is a wedding that is all about the romance.  Beautiful pink-hued romance with lush blooms from Emma's Flowers and just a dash of vintage charm.  And if that weren't enough to totally make your Wednesday (it sooo is), there's a Jim and Pam-esque love story brimming just beyond the surface; a love at first sight meets totally adorable family kind of love story you won't be able to get enough of (believe me). See it all captured by Amalie Orrange Photography right here in the full gallery.
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From Amalie Orrange Photography... Max and Ana are such a sweet couple and had the most amazing wedding! Max and Ana met a little over four years ago when they worked at a restaurant together; Ana said she knew immediately that he was the one. During that time, Max and Ana got to know each other very well and fell in love, and Ana had also fallen in love with his little boy. Max's son played a big part in the wedding festivities, even helping Ana pick out THE dress. Ana and Max dated for the past four years and on a rainy evening Max proposed to Ana while taking their dog for a walk.

Ana and Max were married at The Porcher house in Cocoa Florida, a beautiful historic home built in 1916 and is now an amazing venue. The ten bedroom house is composed of native coquina rock, and finished in the interior with teak, oak, cedar and well the light coming through the giant windows in the house is beyond amazing.

Ana's vision for their wedding was to incorporate tons of blush and ivory details as well as vintage elements, and I think she did an amazing job pulling it all together from the blush bridesmaids gowns, baby's breath bouquets, and lace details all around.

Photography: Amalie Orrange Photography | Wedding Dress: Allure Bridals | Floral Design: Emma's Flowers | Cake: Oleander Bakery | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Bill Levkoff | Catering: Renaissance Catering | DJ: Tagas Event and Production Services | Men's Attire: Express Men | Hair + Makeup: Marigold Scott | Wedding Venue: Porcher House