Dubsdread Country Club wedding | Orlando Florida
Chance is a funny thing. I doubt anyone expects to meet the person that they want to spend the rest of their lives while standing in line. This is probably the case with Mitch and Amanda. Standing in line, striking up a conversation, and Mitch asking her to dance at the end of the night. This led to the happy ever after. It’s funny how chance works. These two, so perfect for each other, are so easy give a smile or a laugh. Mitch decided to take a chance himself and ask Amanda to spend the rest of her life with him. And it all started while waiting in line.
We are so honored that we were able to capture the vision that these two had on their most important day. From the first look, to all the DIY decor, to the party that lasted until the end of the night, everything seemed just as it should be. Not a chance that it wouldn’t.
We are so glad we got to know these two. They made our job very easy and they trusted us. We are so happy that what would be an annoying line at the beginning of the night, turned out to be the beginning of a real love story.
Here’s to Mitch and Amanda, may every one of life’s chances turn out as beautiful as this one.
XOXO-Amalie and Jeff
How did you and Mitch meet? We met five years ago at Cowboys standing in line to get in. We ended up dancing together at the end of the night, and the rest is history. The thing that most attracted me to Mitch was his charismatic personality and him smile.
How did Mitch propose? Mitch proposed to me at a bed and breakfast at sunrise in St. Augustine. He told me I was tagging along on a softball tournament, but when we pulled in to the Bed & Breakfast, the gig was up.
What was your vision for your wedding? We wanted rustic elegance and we wanted a warm and intimate setting to celebrate with family and friends. Dubsdread provided the perfect lighting and ambiance we were looking for with the wood pillars/ceiling and twinkle lights strung from the beams. We wanted natural beauty to fill the day and natural light for the ceremony. The ballroom was the show stopper for us. It inspired the rest of the decor.
Did you have any DIY projects for your wedding? Most of our decor was DIY. The table overlays at the reception, the Feroglia banner over the fireplace, the card box, the frame and place cards, table numbers, favors, and the Mitch and Amanda sign out front.
What was your favorite moment of your wedding day? Our most memorable moment was our first look, we loved having a private moment before the chaos of the wedding day began.
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Venue: Dubsdred golf and country club
DJ: White Rose Entertainment
Floral decor: Lee Forrest Design
Catering: The Taproom at Dubsdread
Hair & Makeup: Becki Frazzitta at Stella Luca
Officiant: Lon Tosi at SensationalCeremonies
Cake: Darlene R. Wood
Rentals: Orlando Wedding & Party Rentals