Jameson and Lamar’s Divine Day

March 23, 2019

There wasn’t a cloud in the sky on the bluebird day that Jameson and Lamar exchanged vows. It was as clear as the love they have for each other - which was only enhanced by the natural surroundings and specially designed decor for the day. Altogether, it was truly divine.

With a wish of saying their vows under a wood ceremony structure adorned with lush florals, Jameson and Lamar worked with Fairbanks Florist to create the perfect backdrop that paired strong simplicity with delicate beauty.

Lana knew this structure would need to be created by hand to devise the right look so she canvassed her husband, Art, to help her do just that. His fine skills in construction resulted in exactly what the couple desired. The structure made for an effortless outdoor ceremony altar that boasted pink and white florals accented with greenery leaves.

The arch came out just perfect, says the couple.

Complementing this artistic piece were two large floral arrangements on unique wrought-iron pedestals that greeted guests at the back of the aisle. The bride’s and bridesmaids’ hand-tied bouquets consisted of soft pink roses, miniature white roses, white hydrangea, and white anemone flowers, all highlighted by light greenery leaves. Lana especially loved making the bride’s hairpiece - an organic touch to her beautiful look.

Inside Interlachen Country Club, Jameson and Lamar’s reception glowed with specialty lighting behind the band and candlelight centerpieces at each table. Using gold metallic candle holders positioned on top and around loose floral and greenery as well as gold containers holding complementing ceremony floral, the look was sweet and romantic. Just like their love.

“All of the flowers came out so amazingly beautiful.  They were exactly what we had talked about but even better than [we] could have imagined.” - Jameson and Lamar

Wedding Professionals: Interlachen Country Club, Cornerhouse Photography, Fairbanks Florist, Sprinkles Custom Cakes, Bay Kings Band, Maggie Sottero, Sam Edelman, Men’s Wearhouse

Sweet Beginnings: Anne and Jimmy’s Winter Wedding

January 26, 2019

Being in business for almost 40 years means that Lana Faulkner’s reputation in the Orlando wedding industry is bar-none.  Her keen sense of style paired with her ability to make each wedding distinctly its own is a treasure for couples getting married.

And with Anne and Jimmy that was no exception.

One of the most special perks of creating floral designs for so many years is the relationships Lana has built with brides, grooms, and their friends and families.  Her authentic caring personality, gentle demeanor, and desire to make each wedding and event memorable all make it easy to refer this floral designer powerhouse - which is why it is no surprise that she was referred to Anne and Jimmy from Anne’s brother, David, who worked with Lana on his own wedding.

Working with Katie Scully with Blue Ribbon Weddings, Anne and Jimmy’s wedding at First Presbyterian Church of Orlando and Interlachen Country Club began to take shape from an inspirational document Katie provided.  It would be a wondrously sweet design with white and blue florals, loose greens, and lace as well as crystal and mercury glass. 

It was a noteworthy opportunity for Lana to work with Anne’s family again - one that she values greatly.

Wedding Professionals: Katie Scully with Blue Ribbon Weddings, First Presbyterian Church of Orlando, Interlachen Country Club, Fairbanks Florist, Lucy Chapman Photo, A Chair Affair, Bella Bridesmaids, Calvet Couture Bridal Boutique, Dishie Rentals, Everything Cake, Get Lit Productions, Graphics Garage Jax, KEJ Productions, Leonard Brothers Band, Lettered Moments by Alex Adamson, Makeover Station, Minted, Orlando Wedding & Party Rentals, VIP Wedding Transportation