Hamilton Inspired Wedding at the Luxmore Grande
Today’s oh so romantic wedding styled shoot was inspired by the Broadway hit musical Hamilton. An incredible team of vendors brought so much heart to this shoot mixing together 18th-century history, nods to the musical, and contemporary style ideas, making this shoot a truly creative endeavour and so inspiring.
Greta of Green Pearl Photography dreamt up this wedding between Alexander Hamilton and Eliza Schuyler after becoming enamored with the soundtrack. She searched high and low for the perfect team to bring her vision to life. Greta explained, “If you are not familiar with the story of Alexander and Eliza’s love, Alexander made a lot of mistakes, though Eliza chose to stay and she chose to repair their marriage. Then, once he was gone, she continued to tell his story and to keep his legacy alive, because she loved him that much even through his imperfections.”
The Luxmore Grand proved to be the perfect venue. Tucked away on the outskirts of Orlando it provided the feel of the Schuyler Mansion. The library, hardwood floors, grand foyer, and stained glass windows from the 1850’s made it the perfect backdrop for this shoot. There was a lounge, from RW Events, set up in the blue parlor, where Alexander and Eliza said their vows in the musical.
Eliza wore a lace and tulle Hayley Paige gown from The White Magnolia, Tampa. The blue skirt paralleled Eliza’s blue wedding gown from the musical. Her hair was pulled back in a twisted low bun. Her fresh, natural makeup was applied perfectly by Laura Reynolds Artistry. In her arms, she carried a lush garden style bouquet from Flowers by Lesley. Filled with ranunculus, white roses and greenery it complimented Eliza’s wedding attire perfectly.
The Schuyler sisters wore Jenny Yoo and Nouvelle bridesmaids dresses from Calvet Couture Bridal. The soft color palette was an appropriate representation from the musical. General George Washington (the groom’s “right hand man”) and John Laurens also attended the event. Each gentleman wore a custom suit from Bespoke & Co. Alexander Hamilton had a double-breasted vest in a beautiful blue tone.
The guests enjoyed specialty tea from K-Teas before moving into the reception space. The farm table from RW Style was set with pewter chargers and blue goblets from Ever After Vintage Weddings. Three lush centerpieces sat along the runner from Nuage Designs. At the end of the day, the wedding party enjoyed a piece of the incredible five-tiered wedding cake from The Pastry Studio.”
Isn’t it fabulous?? A huge thankyou to everyone involved behind the scenes of this dreamy editorial, but especially to Emily of The Ganeys who captured it all so beautifully. If you love Emily’s fine art style of photography and would like to see more of her work you should take a peek at this heavenly Spring wedding inspiration and Alex & Amanda’s romantic wedding before heading to her website at theganeys.com – and don’t forget to follow Emily & Thomas on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.
Now if this has you dreaming of a floral-filled wedding of your own, you might want to take a look at this this romantic garden wedding inspiration at Houston Oaks, or this chic garden wedding styled shoot captured at Cornerstone Sanoma (the color palette is heavenly), and this fabulous farm to table wedding inspiration.
Contributors & Credits
Photography – The Ganeys // Concept – Green Pearl Photography // Venue – Luxmore Grande // Day of Coordination – Christine with Coastal Coordinating // Floral Design – Flowers by Lesley // Tabletop Rentals – Ever After Vintage Weddings // Furniture Rentals – RW Style // Linens – Nuage Designs // Stationery – Andi Mejia // Wedding Cake – The Pastry Studio // Wedding Dress – Hayley Paige // Bridal Boutique – The White Magnolia // Bridesmaid Dresses – Nouvelle & Jenny Yoo from Calvet Couture Bridal // Hair & Makeup – Laura Reynolds Artistry // Bridal Shoes – Bella Belle Shoes // Jewelry – Edera // Groom’s Attire – Bespoke & Co // Specialty Tea – K-Teas // Models – Yianni Tsafonias, Chris Keough, Karla Goodwin, Rose Meyers, Ralph Alphonse, Charlene Anderson // Film Lab – Richard Photo Lab