Florida Wedding: Corinna Hoffman Photography

Aug 2 2012

We’re always so happy to feature the pretty weddings that come from Jacksonville, Florida wedding photographer … Corinna Hoffman of Corinna Hoffman Photography. Her cheery and positive personality is contagious and simply exudes through her images. And we’re in love with so many beautiful and regal details from Marie and Kelson’s wedding. From Marie’s gorgeous look and lace dress, to the vibrancy of their color scheme, to the soft, DIY touches, this wedding is full of inspiring details.

Wedding Colors: Dark purple and lavender
Wedding Style: Classic, elegant and romantic
Bride’s Bouquet: Dark purple and lavender calla lilies

Marie belongs to a crafting club in Jacksonville. A thoughtful and DIY bride, Marie made all of their reception details, such as table number and seating cards. The look is romantic yet bold–beautiful inspiration for all those planning a fall wedding.


So pretty! Thanks to Corinna for sharing this wedding and congrats to Marie and Kelson on their marriage! Cheers to all the lovely DIY details … bravo! And there’s plenty more to see. Check out more from this beautiful wedding on Corinna’s blog here.



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4 thoughts on “Florida Wedding: Corinna Hoffman Photography

  1. So wonderful to wake up and see Marie and Kelson’s beautiful wedding featured on your blog today! Thank you, and their wedding was truly elegant and lovely just like these two lovebirds πŸ™‚ xoxo

  2. Love the vibrant purple hues! Adds an elegant energy to the whole wedding. Congrats Marie and Kelson!

  3. Thank you so much for featuring our wedding!! Corinna is such an amazing person and photographer!! She captured each and every special moment of the best day of our lives!

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