Wanting inspiration for a tropical shoot that is centered around a beautiful wedding? Here it is! This Fiji shoot set in Orlando Florida is full of color and vibrant fun!
You, me and the sea.
Juicy details, cakes for days and tropical everything everywhere… yes please! The Acre is a beautiful venue set in Orlando, Florida with tons of greens as far as the eye can see. We used this shoot to bring out some fun elements and these can be seen in the flamingo cookies as well as the bar sign. If you love tropical, weddings and bold colors, this the inspiration you have been waiting for! Stylized shoots are our favorite, you can dream big and assemble the dream team.
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Film Photography: Kristen Weaver
Videography: Jeffrey Stoner Video
Creative Design: A Girl and Her Glitter
Venue: The Acre
Rentals: Events on the Loose
Invitations: Dogwood Blossom Stationery
Cake: Florida Sweets & Co.
Favors: Cookie Cousins
Dress: Lela Rose from Solutions Bridal
Hair and Makeup: LeJeune Artistry
These stationary pieces from Dogwood Blossom are not over the top, rather, simplistic and literal. We love them! These stained wood place cards as well as the save the date… are making us loco!
Prepare for the tropical wedding ceremony of the century! This handing piece from Bluegrass chic was a show stopper and you can scroll down to see how we RE USE it for the “reception.”You’ve seen flower crowns in the past at weddings, but throw away what you know. This tropical floral crown sits beautifully on the bride’s head. It’s sheer perfection.We designed and hand painted these cut vinyl pieces from our Cricut machine. Full tutorial coming soon.The vinyl cut labels for the champagne/juice bar were cut with Cricut and the ombre juices really pop off the wood. For step by step instructions, you can find them here. When we came up with the bar design, we knew that their would be layers of wood on wood. Knowing we had to break it up we chose to create a custom sign. Starting with plain white vinyl we cut out the words “bottoms up” to give the bar a playful setting. We took spray paint to create a complimentary nod to the juice bar.Mixing in coppers complimented the wood tones and made the greens pop in the photos.
Let them eat cake!
If you know anything about me, you would know that I will do anything (including an entire stylized shoot) for cake. The cakes had JUST been finished being shot so what was a designer to do?