Country Brunch Wedding at Estancia Culinaria

country brunch wedding

I know there are a lot of Miami brides out there who are looking for a more rustic venue for their wedding and today I’m happy to share this gorgeous venue just 30 minutes outside Miami. It’s called Estancia Culinaria and it’s a private avocado farm in Miami farm country – something totally different from the typical Miami wedding venue! I love this pretty inspirational shoot a bunch of Miami artists put together to showcase the property – all around a country brunch theme! There are lots of different settings at the venue including the orchard and cute tiny chapel (pictured above). Hope this helps some of you lovely Miami couples and inspires everyone with some pretty brunch inspiration. Big thanks to Kasey D Weddings for the styling and Daniel Lateulade for the photos.

country brunch wedding

avocado

colorful and glitter invitation

gold heels

hanging wire place cards

draped table runner

gold painted glasses

country brunch wedding inspiration

gold painted glasses

signature wedding drink

signature wedding drink

bride and groom

bride and groom

country brunch


Kind of obsessed with that sweet chapel!

brunch bar

powdered donut cake

pink and peach florals

just married sign

giant round balloon with tassles


To get a better idea of the venue, check out this film by LaFrance Films + Seaglass Productions

Thanks again to all these creative artists for sharing their talents with us today!

planner + stylist: Kasey D Weddings // photographer: Daniel Lateulade Photography // venue + catering: Estancia Culinaria // cinematography: LaFrance Films + Seaglass Productions // floral design: Gerilyn Gianna Floral Design // paper goods: Make Merry // wardrobe styling: Hot Pink Style // rentals + prop styling: Unearthed Vintage // hair + makeup: Hot Pink Style // cake + desserts: Sweet Treats by Jacks // wedding gown: Xristina, Unique Bridal & Boutique // gold fringe dress: Basix Black Label, Lord & Terry Boutique, Special Occasion Dresses // white feather dress: Jovani, Lord & Terry Boutique, Special Occasion Dresses // headpiece + accessories: Hot Pink Style Showroom // vintage stamps: Koi Kalligraphia // sparklers + love cake topper: Tops Malibu // tassel garland balloons: The Flair Exchange // embroidery hoop: Makenzi & Madilyn Sew

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Comments

  1. what beautiful photographs – they even managed to make the puddle look stylish and arty!! Gorgeous wedding though and stunning flowers!

  2. The colors for those flower arrangements and other accessorites are very unique, I would never think to do purples with a peach tone. Came out quite lovely!

  3. I love, love, love all of the gilded touches…and the florals are truly stunning!

  4. I love all the glittery gold touches! So much thought put into all the details! Well done.

    ~Julia xox

  5. Thanks so much for all your kind words. There is always a lot of love and inspiration brought into styled photo shoots because you have the freedom to do whatever you want and really put yourself out there. You also have the opportunity to collaborate with your choice of like-minded vendors, which is a dream come true. It really was a pleasure to put this shoot together and I’m overjoyed to be featured on GWS. Thank you!

  6. Wow! Stunning wedding! Everything about this is gorgeous!

  7. I love the overall rustic/vintage vibe with a touch of glitz with the glitter dipped ball jars and such! Great combo!

  8. This is absolutely stunning! I’m looking for a great pair of vintage inspired boots, JUST like the ones worn in the last photo. Can you tell me what brand/designer those are? Thanks!

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