Hi, I’m Amalie Orrange — yes, like the movie and like the fruit, just spelled a little differently! I believe that a wedding is such an exciting time in a person’s life. Every wedding is uniquely designed to celebrate you, and your photography should be, too. You spend so much time picking out that perfect dress, charming venue, beautiful flowers and delicious cake and I believe you deserve a photographer that will capture and preserve all of the elements that you have worked so hard putting together. I am in love with handmade things and appreciate a bride that spends time on the details. I like elements that are a little quirky and unique — I think that makes things a bit more fun. I absolutely love what I do, and am honored to call my clients my friends.
Name: Amalie Orrange Photography
Where you call home: Orlando, Florida
Things you’d write home to your Momma about: Mom, did you hear the news? I received the “Brides Choice” award in 2011 and 2012 from Wedding Wire. I was also featured on Style Me Pretty, Rock N’ Roll Bride and A Paper Proposal, but I honestly think there’s no bigger honor than a phone call received from a happy couple, excited with the way their day was captured. That makes my heart sing!
Favorite part of a wedding day: When the groom sees his beautiful bride for the first time. I also like to see how all of the details came together. I LOVE the details.
Best piece of advice you can give to brides and grooms: Enjoy the day. You put so much time and energy into this day, so sit back and enjoy the company, the food and each other. It only happens once.
Dream travel destination: I would have to say Paris. Everything about it seems magical!
Early bird or night owl: Early bird, for sure. There is nothing like having the quietness of the morning and a nice cup of coffee or two.
Pie bar or red velvet cake: I am a sucker for anything sweet, but if I had to choose, I would say I love a good pie! I love all the Southern classics: pecan, key lime, lemon meringue, apple and sweet potato. Of course, I would never turn up my nose at red velvet, either.
Pottery Barn or Anthropologie: Hands down Anthropologie. I could spend hours in there looking through all of the goodies.
Succulents or peonies: Peonies, please