Birds of a feather flock together… that’s how the saying goes, right? Well, adage has been confirmed fact after Styled Social Miami where troves of feathery friends not only inspired the tropical palette, but made an appearance too! Our hearts are doing somersaults after seeing this exotic labyrinth layered with even more color in the pink velvet chairs, artisan gemstone engagement rings, painterly wedding cake and wispy floral shawl in lieu of a traditional bouquet.
If you adore whimsically modern jungalows, come a little closer and sit a spell. Masi Events, the master event designer behind this story, has a treat for you! We’re all smiles over the way she leveled up on a natural paradise without taking away from the lush scene.
Alisa Ferris, one of our photographer attendees, leads us through each romantic scene with such artistic angles, we have to pinch ourselves to remind us this is real life!
oli FLOR, channeled her expert floral design talent into the arrangements from the lush pink ceremony (with fronds and fluff and even some magical Proteas!) to the charming centerpieces set in a speckled stone vessel.
Speaking of these awesome vases + blooms, Afloral has the key to our hearts for providing this fine variety of tropical + dried blooms, plus the accessories. Shopping for silk flowers has never been so invigorating!
Visions by Daili gave our bride, Layla, a soft makeup look with side-swept hair. So fittingly chic (and the perfect way to show off that sparkly bridal hairpiece too)!
Of course, every show-stopping gown deserves an equally striking ring. So we looked to Vena Amoris Jewelry to provide bespoke handcrafted engagement rings in every gemstone under the sun, which we’ve been drooling over ever since. How bout that two-stone number?
Bella Figura shows off their affinity for modern, yet whimsical type in their letterpress invitation suite in deep pinks + greens. How bout that brushstroke Save-the-Date to foreshadow the sweetest part yet?
Yup, I’m talking about cake! Earth and Sugar whipped up this colorful, textured confection which plays on the colors of the jungalow venue so well. We can only imagine how it tastes!
By now, you’ve probably been squinting at that epic calligraphed table runner by Tinta y Tierra, desperately trying to figure out what it says. I’ve got you, friend. The lyrics to At Last trail all the way down the table, so passionately we can almost hear the faint, velvety voice of Etta James now.
Our bride, Layla Jama, was enchanting to say the least. Dazzling portraits for days!
Nuage Designs is practically a household name for luxury party linens, but did you know they have furniture rentals in Miami too?! We were floored when we saw these pink velvet stunners with shiny golden legs, not to mention the reclaimed wooden farmhouse table!
Cheer up, the wedding rental magic continues with curated tabletop pieces from Pialasa. The blush gold-rimmed glasses, the cloud-dipped utensils, the textured pink chargers… we want it all!
Aren’t these rich velvet ring boxes from Voeu du Coeur totally bookmark worthy?
This tropical wedding venue is nestled in Miami, Florida – complete with strolling wildlife, peaceful lagoons, exotic foliage and an English Cottage where the wedding party can get ready. It’s paradise true + true! Be sure to check out all the deets on Historic Walton House if you’re looking for a venue with flavor.
We’re gearing up for our next Styled Socials where wedding photographers will have the opportunity to shoot a full-scale editorial like this one, produced by us and designed by a team of handpicked local vendors. We’d love to see you there!
March 19: Charleston
April 24: Philadelphia
Photography: Alisa Ferris
Event Design: Masi Events
Floral Design: oli FLOR
Floral Provider: Afloral
Wedding Dress: Blue Tag Bridal
Rings: Vena Amoris Jewelry
Hair and Makeup Artist: Visions by Daili
Furniture Rentals + Napkins: Nuage Designs
Tabletop Rentals: Pialasa
Invitations: Bella Figura
Calligraphy: Tinta y Tierra
Cake Design: Earth and Sugar
Venue: Historic Walton House
Ring Boxes: Voeu du Coeur
Model: Layla Jama