Debbie and JR came across the Isola Farms wedding facebook page while searching for the perfect location for their rustic chic country wedding. On our first trip out there we were completely in love with the space. From the cypress trees to the great open barn perfect for dancing we knew this was the place. Our next step was to find the perfect dress. Our first trip to Lily’s Bridal Debbie fell in love with a beautiful lace Maggie Sottero design. It was perfect in every way.
There were so many great details that went into this wedding to make it a perfect Southern charm rustic wedding. Mismatched pews provided by A Chair Affair alongside hay bales covered in burlap and the chandeliers that were hung from the trees made this ceremony one of a kind. All the cute wooden signs were found on etsy and there was one for everything! From the seating assignments to the directional signs there was no question that no detail was left untouched.
Kim E Flowers outdid themselves with an abundance of baby’s breath and wild flowers. The mismatched china belongs to the Isola Farms Wedding venue and was a perfect addition to the farm tables. The delectable cake was from Corrie’s Confections and did not let down. It was gorgeous as well as delcious! Orlando Wedding and Party Rentals provided wine barrels and mahogany folding chairs as well as an antique wooden bar! Brian Pepper and Associates provided photo and video services as well as a Photo Booth equipped with all the props needed for a fun time. Brian Scott from Weddings Only DJ did a great job at keeping the dance floor moving until it was time to say goodbye to the newlyweds through a sea of sparklers.
If you are considering hosting an Isola Farms wedding please be sure to contact Nicole Squared Events to help make your wedding day go off without a hitch!