Sunshine Yellow Country Wedding in Florida

Posted by Caitlin on Oct 01, 2012

Heather & James

March 24

Dade City, Florida


Q & A with the Bride: 

1. Which three details from your wedding were your favorite?

1. The altar: We wanted a “sweet country” feel, so we stacked 3 large round hay bales on top of each other and adorned each one with a white and yellow floral wreath in the center.
2. The favors: We created “make your own butter” favors by providing each guest with a mason jar with a marble in it (for better mixing); and preset the tables with cream and mixed herbs. Our guests had a good time watching the butter form (and the noise created a fun atmosphere).
3. The escort cards: We took 150 small wooden cows, painted them white and used tracing paper to transfer the names in a cursive font onto them. We painted a picket fence yellow and
gave it a rustic treatment to rest the cows on. We had unique cow table numbers to coordinate (each one was printed in a different pattern for an eclectic feel).

2. Give us the one moment in your wedding that you can’t stop thinking about. 

I can’t stop thinking about the moment when the horse and carriage pulled up to the start of the aisle and my dad helped me down. The aisle was so beautiful with yellow rose petals in the shape of hearts, buckets of babies breath lining the white wooden chairs and the large hay bales with gorgeous wreaths–all of which faded into the background as I was walking towards my future husband.


Photography: Roohi Photography | Venue: Barrington Hill Farm | Floral Designer: FH Weddings & Events, LLC  | Wedding Cake: Di’s Delights | Event Coordinator: Alchemy Hour Designs