This garden wedding inspiration shoot is filled with pale blue hues and pinks of every kind, exquisite cakes and sweet treats displayed on cut crystal, tea for two in pretty, mis-matched china and a pony in a tiara! Yes, really.

Real couple Grace and Marc (who just celebrated their one year anniversary) got to indulge in all things pretty, pink and romantic for the day thanks to the talented team of Orlando wedding creatives behind this shoot.

This is classically beautiful wedding inspiration with a dash of whimsy!

Join me in obsessing over the floral pocket square (such a creative alternative to a boutonniere!), Grace's fresh faced make up and bridal bun and these beautiful photos by Bumby Photography.

Take a look at all the details in motion in this gorgeous behind the scenes film by Key Moments Films.

It's two minutes of pure sweetness…

Orlando Wedding Videography- English Garden Shoot from Key Moment Films on Vimeo.

 The Inspiration Behind The Shoot

Kristina (aka Bumby) of Bumby Photography shares a little more about the shoot:

After a trip to A Chair Affairs warehouse to look at their fabulous line of mix and match china I came across a sweet little tea cup. From there our garden styled shoot was born. Grace, our lovely bride, wore a lace gown and Marc was looking pretty dapper in in his beige suite. Our cakes were beautifully decorated by Alex with Everything Cake. We told her our vision and she ran with it and created something more than we could ever imagine. The detail on each cake is breathtaking from the lace patter on the smaller cake to the ruffles on the larger cake. The blue cake was a perfect finish to tie in our colors and touches of gold.

Lana, with Fairbanks Florist took the show with her amazing arrangements. She had a variety of hot pink and blush garden roses, ivy jasmine, grapevines, queen anne's lace and larksburg. I think it is safe to say I am a bit obsessed with Lana's work. Her bouquet's speak for themselves and the pocket floral the groom wore was fun and different. I love her creativity. She also decorated our lovely garden pony, Rex.

Rex is a real pony who has no shame with wearing hot pink and a crown!