A 15th Century-Inspired Wedding
Every wedding is special in some way, but Elizabeth and Brynson’s 15th Century-inspired wedding at the Winter Park Farmers Market was just the sweetest thing! The theme ensured that this wedding was beautiful and elegant, with just a few rustic touches here and there, all brilliantly captured by KT Crabb Photography’s lens!
The ceremony was just lovely. Elizabeth turned heads as she walked toward the altar, the train of her lace-detailed gown gliding along the aisle, gently brushing against the grand white lanterns that added a little extra touch of charm to the room.
Elizabeth made a stunning bride. The long, lacy sleeves on her gown created a unique and beautiful look, and her hair and makeup looked flawless yet effortless. Brynson, for his part, looked quite handsome in a crisp suit and polka-dotted tie.
The room had been immaculately decorated for the reception, with elements of cream and gold. Our Wine Barrels created a unique snack table, while the tables were set beautifully with Mismatched China and gold flatware. Our French Country Chairs completed the look for an elegant, old-fashioned finish.
After a fun-filled evening, it was time for Elizabeth and Brynson to head home and start the next chapter of their lives together. Congratulations again, Elizabeth and Brynson!
Vendors: Venue: Winter Park Farmers Market | Catering: 4 Rivers Smokehouse | Video: Eric Horner Films | Florist: Oviedo Florist | Rentals: A Chair Affair and Wish Vintage Rentals | Photographer: KT Crabb Photography