You are going to love this navy and mint Florida farm wedding from Jennifer Martin Photography! Taking place at the lovely Lange Farm, the sweet bride Carolyn chose to go with a simple style infused with some Anthropologie-inspired details. This feté is proof that you can pull off a beautiful event without tons of extravagance- because sometimes it’s the simple details that make the biggest impression, right?
What (or who) helped you most in your planning process and/or on your wedding day?
My mom helped me with everything & went to every appointment with me – She was the negotiator & the sensible one in the planning process, while I was focused on design, details, & aesthetics. We made a great event planning pair. On the day of, the venue’s coordinator (Lesa) made sure everything ran smoothly & that all details were in their place – I think a day of coordinator is mandatory.
What was the most important thing to you when deciding who to work with for your wedding?
I wanted the whole process to be as stress free, comfortable & enjoyable as possible, so I chose to work with people who I knew would live up to that expectation.
What was your inspiration for your wedding details and/or design?
My husband & I are people who love the beauty of nature, animals, & ease. We wanted a fun, relaxed environment for our special day – Something out of the ordinary from our every day life (hence, the farm), but that exemplified the simplicity & comfort we love.
What was your favorite thing about your wedding?
Besides my husband, our wedding venue was my favorite thing. It was so natural & peaceful with hints of eclectic elegance (from ribbons & crystals hanging in the tree to an assortment of delicious cakes for our guests to enjoy). It was raw, simple, stunning.
What is your best piece of advice for other brides?
ENJOY every moment from day one because it flies by! If it’s too stressful it isn’t worth it, so don’t weigh yourself down with details that don’t matter.
How amazing is the navy and mint color palette? I love it more and more each time I see it!
How about you- what do you think of navy and mint together?