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Black and Gold Winter Wedding in Orlando

As the owner of a letterpress business, this bride is a girl after my own stationery-loving heart. She put her creative touch on every bit of this winter wedding, transporting guests away to a gold sequined wonderland, all captured by Stoffer Photography and White In Revery. So let’s grab a cup of coffee, a blanket, and dive into some glam winter inspiration right this way.

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Rustic

From The Bride… The day I got married turned out to be one of the coldest days in Florida. As someone who prefers scarves, boots, hats and coats, the temperature drop turned out to be a sweet surprise. From the beginning, Andrew and I had wanted to get married outside and we’d found the perfect place and now we had great weather, if a little chilly.

Bella Collina is a picturesque, Tuscany inspired club house situated in the hilliest part of Central Florida. The buildings are made of these beautiful golden hued cobblestones which proved to be a lovely backdrop for our ceremony and reception. Since the weather dropped, we ended up getting a large, clear tent which actually enabled us to get a giant chandelier to hang on top of our dance floor. Not to mention kept the heat in.

By the time guests arrived, it was in the mid-forties. At the last minute we added hot apple cider to be served along with an assortment of cheese, breads and crackers. I’m told it was a life saver.

For the wedding, I wanted a classy, gold sequined affair. The groomsmen wore black suits and ties (Andrew wore a gold tie with his black suit) while my maids wore different dresses in varying shades of gold. I encouraged gold sequins. Everywhere. The cake table had a gold sequined table cloth, my bouquet was wrapped in it and several of my maids were donning it.

I’m the owner of a design + letterpress studio based in Winter Park, Florida. I had so much fun designing our wedding invitations and made sure to include lots of gold foil ;)

My husband is from Portland and he is a coffee enthusiast. We dated long distance and every week I received a batch of his favorite coffee from Cannon Beach. I designed coffee bags with our wedding date, monogram (just the letter D) and Andrew letterpress printed them right in our studio.

A word about how Andrew and I met… About a year ago, a sweet girl named Katie moved to Florida from Seattle for a boy. Just a month after she left everything back home and trekked across the United States they realized it wasn’t meant to be. It was at that point she needed to make a decision; should she move back or attempt a life here in Florida? She decided to stay and promptly looked for a roommate.

I was that roommate. We were introduced randomly at a bar and I decided that she’d make a great roommate; sweet, ordinary, and heartbroken. We spent that first month becoming friends, watching lots of Pride and Prejudice and eating dark chocolate. It was then she told me about her cousin Andrew, who lived in Portland. I was a little concerned at the distance, but Katie gave my email address to Andrew and it wasn’t long before he and I wrote novel length emails back and forth…the emails turned into phone calls and the phone calls turned into FaceTime dates. We talked every day for two months before he came to visit me on July 2nd. We met at the Orlando International Airport. We got engaged that September and were married in January. If you knew me better, you’d know I’m a raving sentimentalist and a romantic. I couldn’t have asked or expected a better love story.

Photography: Stoffer Photography | Videography: White In Revery | Event Planner: Blush By Brandee Gaar | Floral Design: Lee Forrest | Wedding Dress: Solutions Bridal | Cake: The Sugar Suite | Invitations: 9th Letter Press | Band: The Headliners | Ceremony + Reception: Bella Collina | Decor : Dishie Rentals | Table Rentals: Chair Affair Rentals

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Pink St. Pete Beach Wedding

When I first laid eyes on this stunner from Autumn Cutaia Photography, I instantly fell in love with these two. They have a love that floats in the air and warms you like sweet sunshine, and surrounds every inch of this pink-filled gallery. In between the slightly preppy, totally romantic vibe of this soiree, you’ll catch yourself swooning over those wide pearly-white smiles and soft embraces. See it all here!

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Elegance

From the beautiful Bride…Zack and I met at the Apple Store. He trained me when I started working there, and was my very first friend in Chicago. He went from first friend, to best friend, to i-am-completely-in-love-with-you-and-you-have-no-idea friend. Thankfully, the feeling was mutual and he proposed to me over Lake Michigan with screaming and fist pumping to follow. We planned our wedding together, and as a wedding planner myself (post Apple store employment), it really should have been a breeze. However, add emotional attachment to your own wedding (let’s be real) and it can be more of a challenge. I am however thoroughly thrilled with how our entire wedding panned out.

I could not have really asked for a more beautiful venue, it looks like an updated Great Gatsby set. The Don Cesar was so kind and accommodating to me and all my guests. When we arrived in Florida, I was outside for about three seconds and the humidity made my hair explode, they moved the entire ceremony inside with no complaints.

Our wedding was based off a love of J. Crew. We wanted clean lines and dark colors complimented with blush tones and hints of gold. All of the details were made by Zack and I in our one bedroom apartment. We traded movie dates for making paper flowers and perfected the art of napkin folding instead of taking downtown strolls.

My favorite parts of our wedding were speeches from our best friends. The way our bridal party didn’t know each other but became close friends over a weekend. The fact almost 90% of the people invited actually showed up, even if 80% of them lived in other states. My hair pin, it’s adorable and I’m in love with it still. Our timeline which by magic actually went on time. I thank my wedding planner stars for that miracle, and finally the way our photographer captured how Zack looked at me the entire night, and the way I still catch him looking at me like that months later. We are forever grateful for each other and each person who was a part of our wedding.

Photography: Autumn Cutaia Photography | Wedding Planner: Eucalyptus Events | Floral Design: Hassel Florist | Wedding Dress: Crystal Bride | Ceremony Venue: Loews Don Cesar Hotel | Makeup Artist: Makeup By Marissa | DJ: Nature Coast Entertainment Services | Dress Designer: Stella York

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Chic Pensacola Beach, Florida Wedding

Florida is home to miles and miles of gorgeous shoreline, so I shouldn’t be surprised that so much pretty comes out of that state. But when I see a wedding as stunning as this one from Cameron Leung beautifully planned and designed by Megan K. Events, I can’t help but be in complete awe. From start to finish, it’s pure seaside chic goodness, and you can see it all here.

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Beach

From Cameron Leung PhotographyWe are thrilled to share this Beach Chic wedding with you guys today that took place in Pensacola Beach, Florida in May 2014. The couple, Deborah and James planned their wedding all the way from sunny SoCal. With the groom, being from Pensacola originally and his and Deborah’s love for the beach, having their wedding there was the perfect backdrop. We loved how Deborah and James incorporated their backgrounds by intertwining them into their celebration. James and his groomsmen wore traditional Filipino formal wear (barong) that was custom made in Debbie’s home town of Cebu, Philippines. Also, we loved how the sand ceremony incorporated the sands of California and Florida, symbolizing Debbie and James’ unity. This wedding just had some gorgeous details that shows off the style of the couple and keeping it beachy too. The couple celebrated the night with a surprise firework show off the beach, and a sparkler exit as they left for the evening. Debbie was really hands on in the planning process and together with the team from Megan K. Events, they pulled off a gorgeous beach chic wedding that the couple dreamt of.

Photography: Cameron Leung Photography | Event Design: Megan K. Events | Event Planning: Megan K. Events | Catering: Classic City Catering | Bridal Gown: Marisa Bridal | DJ And Emcee: Boogie Incorporated | Floral Desgin: Megan K. Events | Hair And Make Up Artist: Jacey Cosentino | Rentals: Hemstitch Vintage Rentals | Venue: Pensacola Beach | Videography : Pure 7 Studios