Southern Florida Wedding Inspiration
What could ever be more classic than blush pink and gold? Kati Rosado Photography and Emily Grace Designrecently brought this charming color palette to new sophisticated heights with their styled shoot on the Florida coast. Don’t you just love those macaron favors that double as escort cards?
From the stylist, Emily of Emily Grace Design: The inspiration behind this shoot was really to bring in the classics of romantic style and combine them with intimate personal touches and details that we love our brides to take pride in. We think personal details make a huge impact on the design of a wedding whether it be a unique pop of something unexpected on the tables or a touch of comfort and familiarity with your favorite blooms or specialty china. We were thrilled to have the opportunity to shoot at Up the Creek Farms and their new Boathouse venue as our backdrop. This stunning location was the perfect complement to the style we were going for.
We are just loving the blush and gold color palette that is popular right now, and we thought this would be a great way to showcase how to put your own unique twist on this classic look. One of my favorite details of the day was our escort card display that gives guests a sweet treat to enjoy while they find their seat. Not only were the macarons just absolutely delicious, but the shimmer of the sequined fabric made this set-up a gorgeous focal point for a wedding entry. We were thrilled with how everything came together, and just loved the mix of classic details with modern twists in patterns, textures, and design.
From the photographer, Kati Rosado Photography: I have always loved the romantic and feminine color scheme of pink and gold. Emily Grace Design did an amazing job of taking my initial idea and making every detail cohesive and beautiful. We are so pleased with how everything turned out and we hope that this shoot inspires brides to have a pretty and classy wedding! I am so honored to have been able to be a part of such a talented group of vendors.
Shoot Location: Valkaria, FL / Photographer and Shoot Concept: Kati Rosado Photography / Event Design and Styling: Emily Grace Design / Florist: Julie Miner Events / Venue: Up the Creek Farms / Wedding Dress: “Sydney” by Watters via L.A. Bridal / Shoes: J. Crew / Headpiece: Lysa Creation / Earrings: Petite Delights / Sequin Jacket: Calvin Klein / Hair: Jessica Schultz / Makeup: Patrick Starrr / Groom’s Attire: H&M / Wedding Cake: Creative Cakes & Candies / Macarons: Two Sweets Bake Shop / Gold Sequin Hanger: Oh Deer Creative / Rentals: Crystal and Crates / Chiavari Chairs: A Chair Affair / Models: Cassidy Roney of Willhelmina Modelsand Ethan Brewington / Stationery: Dogwood Blossom Stationery and Invitation Studio
Small Wedding on the Seine River Paris
What could be better than getting married in a small wedding on the Seine River in Paris for two boat lovers! Jodi and Paul are big boat lovers so getting married on the seine was a top priority for their Parisian weddingthat was captured by WeddingLight Photography.
The lovely couple met at the party of a mutual friend in L.A and instantly fell in love. As this was a second marriage for both of them they chose to elope and have a small wedding ceremony. Paris of course seemed like the most romantic choice! In the end however they couldn’t resist celebrating with their friends, so flew back to New Orleans after their elopement to have a big reception.
During their time in Paris they stayed at the fabulous Hotel Georges V. Even though the couple were slightly older and had both had weddings before they still felt nervous on the big day. They even got so flustered that when it came to fitting Paul’s classic bow tie (which came complete with instructions) they had to call upon the hotel concierge to help them out. Once the bow tie hurdle was overcome Paul was dapper in a classic black Armani suit, and Jodi looked simply stunning in a vintage lace dress. The tone was set for a beautiful day.
The photo-shoot started on the rooftop of the Georges V, which photographer Olivier had arranged access to with the hotel. Our couple then set out with Olivier and WeddingLight Events driver Victor to continue the photo shoot around the city. Jodi had requested most of the photos to be in Black and White, for a classic monochrome look. They visited the Eiffel tower, Place de la Concorde, the seine and its many beautiful bridges; and even managed to rush to the Louvre for a few more romantic shots before the ceremony began.
Everyone was welcomed on board the “Cachemire”, from Yacht de Paris, with a glass of Moet Chandon. As sun set over Paris, the couple said their vows and sealed their love on the deck whilst the crew watched on from the distance. The boat then set out with just the two of them for an evening cruise along the Seine.
Their on board Chef, Guy Krenzer received the prestigious award “Meilleurs Ouvriers de France” (One of the Best Craftsmen of France). This title of distinction is recognized by both professionals and the general public in France, particularly among artisan-merchants such as pastry-makers, hairdressers, butchers, jewellers, and others whose trades are recognized, particularly those creating luxury goods.
He put together a delightful menu starting with cod accompanied by aubergine in chocolate sauce, followed by a main course of veal and foie gras with strawberries; and a chocolate square with bourbon vanilla ice cream for dessert. As a wine savvy couple they chose, Chablis 1er cru les Montmains Domaine Jean Paul Droin 2011 and Morgan les Corcelletter Domaine Daniel Bouland 2011, to complement their ” diner pour deux “.
And so they sailed off starting their marriage under a beautiful Parisian sky.
Wedding planner : WeddingLight Events Paris | Wedding Photographer : WeddingLight Paris
| Bride’s gown: Vintage | Groom suit : Armani | Bridal bouquet: Jeff Leatham | Ceremony and reception : Yacht de Paris | Officiant : Susie from WeddingLight Events | Hair and Make up : Fred and Muriel from WeddingLight Events