Real Weddings: Stephanie + Henrry


Some of the absolute best weddings are put together not just by trusted vendors, but are a labor of love by talented friends and family of the couple as well. Stephanie and Henrry’s wedding was inspired by the old world and Mediterranean details of their gorgeous venue Avila Golf and Country Club and it was with the love and hard work by the couple and their family that they were able to have such a perfect and personal day. Stephanie made quite a few of the details herself and Henrry’s mother and aunts lent their sewing skills to make the ring bearer pillow and flower girl’s dress, and when her bridesmaids’ dresses were sent in the wrong color, his aunts came to the rescue and fixed them! I love the feel of this wedding and even more so knowing how much love went into creating it. Enjoy the beautiful photos by Justin DeMutiis!












The following Florida vendors contributed to Stephanie and Henrry’s wedding:

Photography – Justin DeMutiis / Venue and Catering – Avila Golf and Country Club \ Floral – Geoffrey’s Floral and Design Studio \ Favors – Local raw honey from Eden’s Nectar \ Gown – Ilissa by Brides by Demetrios purchased in Tampa, FL \ Hair and Makeup – Maria of Lili’s Weddings \ Jewelry – Nadri \ Shoes – Pour la Victoire \ Suit – Calvin Klein Men’s Wearhouse \ Bakery – Alessi Bakery \ Chair Rental – First Class Rentals of Tampa Bay \ Linens – Connie Duglin \ DJ – DJ Danny DeLeon \ Officiant – Weddings by Lily Ana Sarg

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10 comments on “Real Weddings: Stephanie + Henrry

  1. It’s such an honor to be featured! This is one of my favorite clients. Not only does she have great taste and style, but I’m not sure I’ve ever had a more laid back bride. They were both so easy and amazing to work with, and I’m happy to call them my friends.

  2. Stephanie writes...

    What a great blog! We are so excited and honored to be a part of it. Justin did an amazing job capturing our wedding. We are so thankful for all our wonderful vendors.

  3. Priscilla writes...

    I simply ADORE the bridesmaids’ bouquets! What kind of flower is the copper looking one?

    • Stephanie writes...

      Thanks Priscilla! The bridesmaids flowers were brown cymbidium orchids and ivory roses.

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