by: Carlee

I love the art deco feel of this charming wedding from Vitalic Photo. The Mediterranean style venue provides a gorgeous backdrop for the crisp pops of peach and white. My favorite detail from this couple? The wine cork monogram. I do love a good monogram, y’all!

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From the sweet bride, Toni:

My husband, Colby and I were married on October 12, 2012 in Sarasota, Florida. It only took one visit to the Powel Crosley Estate to know that this was definitely where we wanted our wedding celebration to take place. Its Mediterranean craftsmanship is one-of-a-kind and gave us our “backyard” wedding feel with an elegant, 1920’s vintage charm! We couldn’t wait to put our personal touch on the place and make our day memorable for all who attended. Although it goes without saying, wedding planning is stressful, but we couldn’t have asked for better vendors to work with along the way! From the florist to the caterer, baker, photo/video, hair/make-up, DJ, musician, event designer and coordinator, they put my mind at ease over those 15 months of planning, up until the moment I walked down the aisle! Each and every one of them was beyond helpful, trustworthy and all produced a BEAUTIFUL final product! We will cherish and relive the memories made that evening for years to come!

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Toni and Colby decided to do a “First Look”, prior to their ceremony. Are you planning to see your groom prior to the wedding or will your first peek come as you’re walking down the aisle?



Vendors who made it all happen…

Photography & Videography: Vitalic Photo / Wedding Venue: Powel Crosley Estate / Bride’s Dress: Maggie Sottero / Bridesmaid Dresses: Bari Jay / Florist: Flowers by Fudgie / Catering: Milan Catering / Cake Baker: Pastries by Design / DJ: Grant Hemond & Associates / String Quartet: Musical Rendezvous / Hair & Make-up: Spa Hollywood / Lighting: Affairs in the Air / Wedding Planner/Coordinator: Sarasota Wedding Gallery
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Designer + Stylist at Carlee Sizemore
Carlee Sizemore is an editorial and event stylist and designer of fabulous accessories. Like many others, she joined the wedding industry after planning her own wedding. Originally from the South, Carlee currently resides on the coast of Connecticut with her darling husband and adorable little boy.

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7 responses to Vintage Peach and White Florida Wedding

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  2. Erica

    Hi there- gorgeous wedding! Can you tell me if these bridesmaids gowns are coral color? Thanks!

    • Toni Paiva (Bride)

      Hi there! So sorry this is a late response- I wasn’t checking this post often for comments! Thank you for the compliments! The Bridesmaid dresses are Coral. They are by Bari Jay. :) Hope this wasn’t too late and can still be of help to you! :)

  3. Ashley

    So beautiful! I would love to know where those centerpieces came from!

    • Toni Paiva (Bride)

      Flowers By Fudgie, Sarasota, Florida :)

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