Alli & Charles {Natural & Flowy at The Powel Crosley Estate}

Alli and Charles Trippy are a super fun couple. They have a very unique job and life. Alli and Charles work for YouTube and have been posting a video about their lives everyday for over 3 years now! They have a pretty huge fan base that watches their videos daily.

Alli & Charles were married at the Powel Crosley Estate in Sarasota, Fl. If you haven’t seen this venue, you must check it out! When it comes to the wedding decor, Alli wanted to keep everything very natural. They felt it was also important that the wedding come off as fun and relaxed. Alli’s dress was soft and flowy, yet very texturized (Vera Wang’s Diana…swoon!). We basically worked with that concept. Alli loved bells of Ireland because of the natural flow and texture that they have to them, so we incorporated them throughout. The lighter shade of green really accented the eggplant bridesmaid dresses well. We continued that color scheme with the also very texturized, green hypericum berries and baby green hydrangeas in the bridesmaid bouquets. For the escort card display, they didn’t want to waste paper and wanted it to go with the natural aspect of the concept, so I came up with the idea using actual leaves. The leaves came off of Alli’s parent’s tree, which I thought was really special. The escort card display was inside the house, where the window sills and fireplace were covered with moss and candles. The fireplace inside of the Powel Crosley Estate is stunning! I could go on and on about this wedding; the concept was so fun and unique, but I’ll go ahead and share some of the picture with you!

Disclaimer: There will be a ton of pictures in this post. Jason Mize is an amazing photographer and got a ton of great shots.

Also, be sure to check out the video from the wedding at the very bottom!

Awesome vendors that made this wedding possible:

Venue: Powel Crosley Estate

Music: Stereophonic Dj’s

Photography: Jason Mize

Flowers: Beneva

Catering: Mattison’s

Hair: Alexia Brown

Make up: Ana Molinari

Videography: Aexian Studios

Photobooth: Fabulous Photo booth

Lighting: Affairs in the Air

Danielle & Ron {A Vintage Soiree, Birdies & Skeleton Keys}

Danielle is the craftiest bride I’ve had thus far. (She may have some competition from one of my March 2013 brides…stay tuned for that one next year.) She would see an idea in a magazine, or online (like the adorable “Meant to Bee” favors and the “i do” cupcake flags) and would have her version perfectly executed within days. She also loves thrifting, which I just so happen to love as well! We went from store to store looking for “treasures”, as Danielle calls them. We were on the hunt for the perfect vintage suitcase to be used as a card box and we were beyond excited when we finally found it (see below). My favorite details were without a doubt the bride’s hair and make-up by J & A Makeup Artistry. It tied the vintage look together perfectly!

Check out some photos by Jesse Netsch Photography:

Florist: Bumble Bee Florist

Hair & Make up: J & A Artistry

Bakery: Yum Yum Cakes

Photography: Jesse Netsch