This fall wedding inspiration captured by Tara Sproc Photography has it all. A charming locale, dramatic and moody romance, a dreamy bouquet, a simple tablescape, and a dessert spread that will surely satisfy your sweet tooth. Lucky for you, we’re sharing all the details below.
From Tara Sproc Photography…This is a romantic fall wedding inspired style shoot taken at the beautiful Highland Manor located in Apopka, Florida was designed and planned by i do events and party rentals. The color pallet for this shoot was a light slate blue, burgundy, orange, and blush. We wanted to show the rich warm dark colors mixed with bright colors to set a sultry and sexy Fall mood. We loved all of the details captured by Tara Sproc Photography. Our style shoot inspiration started with this historic southern style estate located in Apopka, Florida and the thought of Fall. Romantic Fall that is… From the custom designed invitations by Copper Creative Calligraphy to the embroidered leaves on the wedding dress by ISABELLA TALYA sold at Something New Bridal Boutique in Winter Park, FL. The extra large rose gold chargers and white and gold chargers by A Chair Affair where the perfect backdrop for the decadent caramel and chocolate drizzled pear created by Morgan Hunter Desserts. Ocean Hawk Rentals’ rich blue chair highlighted the blue thistles in this colorful fall inspired bridal bouquet by Le Fleur Atlier.. Bride’s hair and makeup by Moonstone Artistry kept the fall sultry mood going with it dark burgundy tones.
Location: Highland Manor / Photographer: Tara Sproc Photography / Videographer: Lillie Shawn Imagery / Floral Designer: Le Fleur Atelier / Event Design and Planning: I do events and party rentals / Wedding Gown: Something New Bridal Boutique / Tuxedo: Tuxedo Express / Stationery and Calligraphy: Copper Creative Calligraphy / Hair Stylist and Makeup Artist: Moonstone Artistry / Wedding Cake and Desserts: Morgan Hunter Desserts / Vintage Furniture Rentals and Decor: Ocean Hawks Rentals / Chargers and Tableware: A Chair Affair / Models: Piper and Stephen Manley