A Courtyard Wedding in Orlando, FL

The Bride Anelena Ferrer, 29, a histology assistant The Groom Joel Wilcoxson, 30, a motion graphic designer The Date October 2  After falling in love

The Bride Anelena Ferrer, 29, a histology assistant The Groom Joel Wilcoxson, 30, a motion graphic designer The Date October 2 After falling in love with an orange bouquet she saw in a magazine, Anelena decided every detail of the day would have an “orange” element—from the vintage orange sodas served, to the fact that the two got married in Orange County.

Downward floral swags decorated each side of the gazebo at the ceremony.
Small arrangements of orange tulips and roses hung from the aisle chairs.
The bouquets consisted of orange dahlias, celosia and small green orchids.
During the exit, guests waved streamers of green, orange and ivory ribbon.
The groom wore a green mini cymbidium orchid and an orange Mokara orchid.
Anelena carried off-white hydrangeas, green mini orchids and orange dahlias.
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Anelena chose classic and elegant peep-toe heels in ivory by Nina.
The groom designed the invitations to incorporate a vintage-but-modern feel.
Soap in orange scents was tied with hemp and topped with the wedding logo.
Each of the three tiers had a different flavor: Amaretto, Creamsicle and banana with chocolate.
Orange soda kept guests cool and fit in with the day’s orange color palette.
Joel created five different vintage graphic textures as borders along the cards.
One of the groomsmen sang the couple’s first-dance song, “What You Won’t Do for Love.”
Orange roses, celosia and tulips in clear cube vases served as low centerpieces.