Intimate Tropical Wedding at Winter Park Farmers Market | Jenny & Tyler


Overall I feel like I don’t need to do much elaborating on how precious and sweet all the moments from Jenny and Tyler’s wedding were, but I do want to make sure I mention a really adorable moment that happened at the ceremony. During one of our phone call consultations, Jenny mentioned she wanted to do something meaningful and cute during the ceremony, but she couldn’t quite nail it down exactly. And then came her brilliant ice cream sundae idea. Something light-hearted but symbolic, and definitely something we will adore forever. Here’s a paraphrasing on what their friend wrote about this symbolic sundae: “The vanilla ice cream is like life, with Jenny being chocolate syrup (sweet but dark like her humor) and Tyler being caramel syrup (sometimes salty, but mostly sweet). Then come the peanuts (because life can be quite nutty sometimes) but also some sprinkles (so the ice cream sundae doesn’t take itself too seriously...) And lastly, there is the cherry on top, their little guy Finn.” I really think incorporating personal touches to your ceremony is so important, whether it’s personalizing your vows, bringing your pets, having the ceremony somewhere meaningful to you as a couple, or even something as simple as having a close friend marry you. Little things can make such a big difference, I’m tellin’ ya.

Here’s how Jennifer felt: “We chose Fox and Film because their portfolio was beautiful and filled with natural, candid photos with such rich color. And boy, are we so glad they were able to shoot our wedding! Josie and Alex are incredibly sweet, friendly, and organized. They are only several years in to their business, but they run it like seasoned professionals. We love, LOVE, how our photos turned out and highly Fox and Film for your photography needs. Thank you so much again!”

Ceremony & Reception Venue: Winter Park Farmers Market
Getting Ready Locations: AirBNB
Dress: BHLDN
Shoes: Swedish Hasbeens
Jewelry: Vince Camuto
Catering: Swine & Sons
Florals: DIY by the bride herself (!!!)