This earth-toned winter wedding inspiration was created with a nod to Tampa, Florida. The venue was restored from a building originally built in 1921 and is now part of a revitalization of the historic Yellow Brick Row in Tampa Heights. The planners behind this wedding inspiration brought in some salvaged pieces from buildings around Tampa that have now been torn down, including a stained glass piece as a ceremony backdrop. The tobacco leaves bring in a Cuban element that Tampa is known for. Tampa also has a strong LGBTQ” community and the planners really wanted to really bring that to life with this styled shoot.
When we met with Jimmy and Sarah over a beer we hit it off immediately! You would have thought we were long lost friends. Every step of the way we got closer and we have really enjoyed our time with them. Their wedding day was relaxed and fun for everyone (especially since it was basically vacation for everyone involved because they are from Pennsylvania). I know their friendship is one we will have for a while!
The mountains are calling, and we MUST GO!! Ruben and Samantha’s wedding at The Ruins at Kellum Valley Farm in North Georgia was one to never forget! The mountain views had us pinching ourselves all day. Plus this adorable couple has a special place in our hearts because they are interracial just like Leo and I. Needless to say it was a match made in heaven and we are thrilled with these images.