I’m so excited to share this sweet spring farm wedding from Justin DeMutiis. Filled with Southern charm, this is a wedding you won’t want to miss! I love all the gorgeous ceremony details (you know I’m a fan of the fireplace mantle altar.) And the tulip bouquets are just too dreamy!
For us, the most important part of our wedding day was being together, and in the presence of God and our friends and family. A few months before the wedding (after a lot of thought and prayer), David accepted a new job that required us to move 11 hours away. We were excited about the new adventure, but since I decided to stay put until after the wedding, it meant three months apart. We learned very quickly during that time how much we have come to depend on one other. I missed him terribly. So, when May 25 rolled around and all the bows were tied, I felt a lot joy and thankfulness to be living in same city again!
All of our vendors did a wonderful job of making the day flawless. Our wedding planner, venue and photographer especially did an amazing job at keeping the whole event on schedule. And our guests raved about the food for days after the event. The mac and cheese lollipops were a particular favorite. Every single one of the vendors was easy and pleasant to work with.
Photography | Justin DeMutiis Photography | Venue | Lange Farm | Planner | Williams and Co. Events | Caterer | Good Food Catering Company | Florist | Carrollwood Florist | Cake | Publix | Pies | Wright’s Gourmet House | DJ | Grant Hemond