Old World Vizcaya Wedding

“Our theme is disco meets renaissance.” From the moment their first email came in, we were hooked. How do you not fall in love with these two Brides immediately ?

Rachel and Larissa eloped in Nice, France and had begun to plan their reception here in Miami. Rachel loved Renaissance art so they chose to celebrate their marriage at the gorgeous Vizcaya Museum and Gardens.

Louis Fort Robyn Baltuch of Baltuch Designs and Dresses by Ines Di Santo

Wedding Aesthetic & Style

We focused on wild, natural looking shapes with overgrown tones throughout. We took the history of Vizcaya and added a modern twist with a petite-filled tablescape.

Two Brides in front of Vizcaya's Fountain

Floral Color Palette

Our brides were not afraid of color, we played with a mix of oranges, yellows, pinks, and lilacs. Every individual arrangement was a garden-style piece.

vizcaya wedding courtyard with a Floral Install at the base of the table

The Brides

They wanted two different but complementary bouquets. One was moody and wild, while the other was lighter and played with a more asymmetric shape.


Vizcaya as a Backdrop.

The stunning couple and their friends enjoying pre-celebration in front of Vizcaya’s Sutri Fountain. The Fountain Garden at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, surrounded by a cadre of Italian Renaissance sculptures was the perfect backdrop for these fun color filled photos by the talented Louis Fort.

two brides getting married in vizcaya gardens

A freestanding backdrop was designed as a unique alternative to the traditional arch. This creative backdrop in terracotta and mauve tones with suspended mini -installs of colorful blooms was used throughout the wedding.

Reception at the Indoor Garden

This reception was held at the central courtyard of Vizcaya’s main House. Enclosed by a glass canopy, it was the perfect intimate space for their intimate reception.

The first was a low centerpiece , the other was a half moon with tapered candles.

Floral Details

Overall we used scabiosas, tulips, ranunculus, mums, larkspur, blooming jasmine and explosion grass to keep that wild, garden aesthetic. We brought in funky details like blood oranges and in vine tomatoes to really accentuate the petite & whimisical arrangement.

For the bouquets, though, we focused on a smaller amount of flowers, keeping the style looking cohesive. The Focus Blooms for Larissa were Peonies that we left to bloom until they turned quite light. For Rachel, we used a mix of Dahlias and spider Mums.

The simple florals team was an absolute dream to work with! They nailed the vision for our wedding to a T. I loved the entire onboarding process and creative meetings to make sure we were on the same page. They have a way with florals that stands out from the rest, true artisans.


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