Having one very talented and well-loved wedding professional in your family is great. Having two very talented and well-loved wedding professionals in your family absolutely rocks. For Jessyca, she was blessed with having and incredibly talented florist, Lana Faulkner as a mother and an equally talented photographer, Art Faulkner as a step father. With two great people well-loved in the industry call you to shoot their daughter’s wedding, you jump on it. I knew that the talented people they would bring on would create a stunning wedding with incredible floral and decor features. Lana enlisted the talents of many of her friends and piers to create a stunning design and perfectly executed day.
All the flowers in the world still need a wonderful couple to adorn. What made this wedding special beyond the incredible vendors and fantastic details was the genuine love and mutual admiration Jessyca and AJ had for each other. The importance on family and friends was as central to a beautiful wedding as the details. I truly enjoyed capturing the wedding of the daughter of two of my best industry friends. Thank you for your trust and faith that I could tell Jessyca and AJ’s wedding perfectly .
Location – Ballroom at Church Street Station
Coordinator – Wonderful Weddings
Lighting – Kaleidoscope
Celebrant – Reverend Kevin Knox
Hair & Make Up – Make Over Station
Photography – Abby Liga Photography
Harpist – Catherine Way
Wedding Cake – Bake Me A Cake
Food & Beverage – Puff ‘n Stuff Catering
Entertainment – Weddings Only DJ Entertainment
Transportation – Cole’s Classic Cars
Videography – Perfect Sky Productions
When Sally and Jason decided to get married, they decided not to plan it. Sally used to work as a coordinator with Michele Butler Events and when it was time to coordinate her own wedding she decided she would trust every detail to Michele Butler and her incredible staff. Sally picked out here dress and Jason got fitted for a tux and then they closed their eyes and let go and this wedding is the result. The bride and groom experienced everything the day of, from flowers, linens, color choices, center pieces, backdrops to a beautiful wedding cake. They were blown away and enjoyed it as a guest would.
My first gay wedding was incredible. Eddie Diaz with Encore Creations Inc. completely transformed The Ballroom At Church Street into a Miami style night club. The emotion between Bruce and Raffy was wonderfully emotional and moving. The party that followed rivaled any nightclub in Orlando.
Venue – The Ballroom At Church Street
Event Planner – Encore Creations Inc.
Cup Cake – Sweet Designs
Catering – Puff ‘n Stuff Catering
Dance Floor – Letz Dance On It
Backdrops – Swag Decor
Chairs & Linens – Kirby Rental
Furniture – AFR Furniture Rental
Lighting – Pro Audio Visual
Photography – Erol Colon
Ballroom Floral – Greenery Productions
Ice Sculpture – Maku Ice Sculpting
I loved this couple’s connection with nature. Every detail of their wedding showed their love of the outdoors. Blush By Brandee did an outstanding job creating the perfect reception at Winter Park Farmers Market.
Blush Planner: Brandee Gaar
Church: Central Baptist Church of Sanford
Dinner Reception: Winter Park Farmer’s Market
Caterer: Arthur’s Catering
Photographer: Chelsea Patricia Photography
Videographer: Perfect Sky Productions
Florist: Lee James Floral Design
DJ: Soundwave Entertainment
Cakes: Party Flavors
Lighting: Kaleidoscope Event Lighting
Furniture: AFR Rentals
Signage: Chalk Shop Events
Tables/Chairs: A Chair Affair
Hair/Makeup: Beaute Speciale
Ice Cream Truck: Ice Cream Social Club
Melissa and Allen had a fantastic wedding filled with style and emotion. Heaven Event Center was transformed by All About the Details and Atmospheres Floral. Tabitha McCausland provided the photo with her usual infectious energy and talent. Tagas provided uplighting and a perfect musical background for this fun crowd. Expertly catered by John Michael Events.