Tim and Kylee Photography captured this style perfectly. This design incorporated classic elements, like the stationery from A&P Designs that had a touch of botanical whimsy, creating a beautiful balance of an organic and boho feel that was seen throughout the rest of the look. The gorgeous bridal gown from Malindy Elene Bridal was also a perfect example of bridging the gap between classic and bohemian with the formfitting cut paired with the bolder pattern and textures.
We love that much of their reception look focused not only on a colorful tabletop design with pieces from Ever After Vintage Weddings, but also on delicious food elements and the perfect presentation. Saltblock Hospitality created not only a beautiful spread, but showed how presentation can make a big impact when serving food in a family-style format. We also love how the naked cake from Jaime Cakes LLC created the perfect complement with touches of fruit and a sweet drizzle dripping down the icing. Guys, we are getting serious food envy over here, and we can’t wait for you to see!
What do you think? Would you consider creating a wedding design that puts weight on the style and presentation of the food as much as it does many of the other design elements?
VENDORS WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN…
Venue: Station House St. Pete // Photography: Tim and Kylee Photography // Planning and Design: Taylor Falcon Events // Florals and Design: Marigold Flower Co // Catering: Saltblock Hospitality // Cake: Jaime Cakes LLC // Hair and Makeup: Destiny & Light // Wedding Dress Boutique: Malindy Elene Bridal // Invitations and Paper Goods: A&P Designs // Dishes and Tabletop Rentals: Ever After Vintage Weddings
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