It’s hard to pass up a day of pretty captured at the hands of Amalie Orrange Photography (read: it can’t be done), but add in a team of Orlando’s finest vendors and a bundle of French-inspired details styled to perfection by RW Events and that’s cause for a party. Think bright pops of fuchsia florals from Lee Forrest meets some serious sweetness from The Sugar Suite. See it all here.
From Amalie Orrange Photography… I have always had a love for everything French, and I loved the idea of marrying the French blue and white traditional china with a whimsical pallet of pinks. My mom collected most of this type of china while I was growing up and I always loved the beautiful patterns on the plates. I gathered together some of Orlando’s most talented, creative and amazing wedding professionals to help me bring my vision to life. Katie from RW styling was a key player in this shoot, she listened to my ideas of bringing whimsical and traditional together to create a fun and cheerful welcoming of spring. We called the shoot “Mon Amour” which means “my love” in French, and thought it would be sweet to tie in subtle French accents with the crepe cake that I made, cute bicycle and the French chalkboard signs thoughout.
The Sugar Suite made a bow cake that is cute as can be! I could see brides going wild over this pretty and feminine cake. Lee Forrest knocked it out of the park with the gorgeous florals and that wreath was amazing!! I hope you enjoy and are inspired by this fun shoot, because we had a blast putting all of the details together.
Photography: Amalie Orrange Photography | Cinematography: Seltzer Films | Styling: RW Events | Flowers: Lee Forrest | Wedding Dress: Calvet Couture | Cake: The Sugar Suite | Invitations: 5 Thirteen Designs | Jewelry: Brilliance Diamonds Corp | Hair And Makeup: Makeover Station | Wedding Venue: Cypress Grove Estate House | Flatware, Dishes And Glasses: Dishie Rentals