Josh and Lyn’s wedding was overflowing with simple sweetness. All held at the Old Davie School Historical Museum, an ideal historic wedding venue in Davie, Florida where they could have their simple and sweet wedding in white and yellow. Sugar(ed) Event Design and Planning didn’t only style and co0rdinate this wedding to perfection, but they also created the stunning florals.
Continue reading to see how this sweet and simple wedding gave joy not only to the happy couple, but to so many others as well! As always, you can see more of this wedding in white and yellow by visiting the full gallery here, flawlessly captured by Shea Christine Photography.
From the Bride:
Josh and I wanted an intimate gathering of close family and friends. We envisioned a very relaxed and laid-back wedding with details that reflected who we are and what we value – our faith, family, friends, community, and the environment. Since we both work for not-for-profit organizations, it was only natural to support other not-for-profits and give back to the community.
While looking for venues, we wanted a space to be used for both the ceremony and reception. We love open spaces, natural lighting, and fresh air. When we came across the Old Davie School Historical Museum, we fell in love with the large windows and hardwood floors. It was a beautiful venue, and we would be supporting a local historical mission! Not only did we want to support not-for-profits, but also small businesses and artists.
Most of the items used for our wedding were DIY projects or found on Etsy. My wedding dress was custom made by a dressmaker I found on Etsy, the honey used for the favors were purchased directly from a farm, all of our vendors were from surrounding areas, etc. The best part of the wedding besides being surrounded by loved ones from near and far was donating our flowers post-wedding to VITAS Hospice Care in memory of my late grandmother via Petals with Purpose. We didn’t want anything to go to waste, including the flowers.
Event Designer: Sugar(ed) Event Design and Planning
Photographer: Shea Christine
Venue: Old Davie School Historical Museum
Wedding Planner & Floral Design: Sugar(ed) Event Design and Planning
Hair & Makeup: Maritza Valle of Marz Makeup and Hair
Prop or Furniture Rentals: Unearthed Vintage
Cake: Publix & Feverish Pops
Caterer: Ultimate Cuisine
Dress Shop: Truly Bridal
Groom's Attire: Hugo Boss from Nordstrom
Shoe Designer: LifeStride from DSW
Stationary: DIY using custom stamps from Doodlebug Design & Stamp Couture
Candy Scoops: Spiral Sage
Wedding Favor: DIY using items from Chickydoodle
DJ: Friend of Bride & Groom | Dress Designer: Erin Coleman | Jewelry: Gifts from Father of the Bride & Groom | Officiant: Pastor Steve Pettit | Veil or Hair Accessories: Borrowed from Friend of the Bride
Read on to see how much this wedding in white and yellow cost. Please note that costs change as the years go by, and prices are subject to change. This is just one couple’s breakdown to give you a rough estimate on how much a wedding like this may cost you.
I definitely appreciated bride's that were willing to share their budgets, and it became a great resource while planning. So, I would love to help other bride's, too!