The Best in West Coast Florida Weddings

The Best in West Coast Florida Weddings

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Epic and Elegant Celebration at Stonebridge Weddings at Lange Farm

Sarah and Patrick
Selected Photos By Andy Martin Photography

Sarah and Patrick's fall wedding at Lange Farms was full of glitz and glam with
an apple red and gold color scheme.

We worked with the couple for over a year. They made it to every client tasting opportunity and asked all of the right questions. So when the final meeting date came, their vision was easy to capture. Sarah's love of the Christmas holiday was reflected in her event motif. Both Sarah and Patrick were from New York, and he proposed to her in front at the annual tree lighting at Rockefeller Center.

The fanciful look of their wedding day was just a part of their vision. They didn't want a stuffy celebration - but rather a day full of fun and warmth reflected in the setting of Lange Farm. As NYC transplants, the outdoors of Florida was very much a part of their special day.

Here are highlights of Sarah and Patrick's wedding day!

Although the reception was planned for outdoors in front of the Antique Barn, the weather didn't cooperate so it had to be moved inside at the last minute. Thankfully the rain didn't affect the outdoor ceremony under the big oak tree.

Still the setting was stunning with twinkling lights, sparkling gold runners, and lots of romantic candlelight. 


Because of the rain, both the social hour and main reception were held inside the Antique Barn. 

Guest tables alternated between feasting and rounds with our tall glass cylinders as the centerpieces. The client furnished submersed bright red orchid stems for inside. Gold chargers with red napkins wrapped with gold "bling" added more sparkle to the table settings.

Our staff hand-passed a variety of appetizers including a new option for Grape and Buffalo Cheese Skewers. 

Reception d├ęcor was a combination of ours and items provided by the venue. These included lanterns, wood barrels, and other rustic pieces. 


Centerpiece of the reception was our traditional Paella
which was prepared and cooked in front of guests.

A special tribute to loved one was added to the sign in table.

We loved being able to utilize our 4.5 ft. long piece of pecan wood that Chef Robert's brother hand-crafted from his farm in West Virginia. We placed it across two barrels to hold the wedding cake and cupcake display.

Sarah and Patrick had a weakness for sweets, so a full candy display was also set up.


Being the fun-loving couple they were, Sarah and Patrick surprised their guests with a floor show after dinner. Everyone joined in the festivities, including the bride.

Congratulations to Sarah and Patrick!

Event Planning, Design, Partial Day of Coordinating, Catering:

Andy Martin Photography

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