While blue and orange may not be the most common color scheme, this styled shoot from Tracy Enoch Photography, Meggie Fracisco Events, and Expressions of Decor is here to show us how incredibly beautiful the unexpected can be. Our favorite element of this shoot might just be the plaid tablecloth, which ties together the tablescape effortlessly!
From the event designer, Meggie Fracisco Events: The sparkling new Laurel venue in Grapevine, Texas brings a unique option to Dallas and Fort Worth Area couples. With an outdoor ceremony space, an indoor chapel for shelter from unpredictable Texas rain, and an indoor/outdoor reception space, couples looking to wed have lots of options at a location that feels like a destination, but still close to home. In this inspirational shoot, we show off the venue’s hill-country style charm with a bold palette of rust, thistle and porcelain white. The clean wood ceremony altar takes on a more relaxed tone with carefree curly willow and hearty blooms. Crystal chandeliers add a touch of sparkle.
The table, anchored by a robust heavy plaid linen and accented by comfy cushioned benches, overflows with lush greenery and abundant roses and tulips. Antique scroll dinnerware and cut crystal glassware play together to create a relaxed, mix-and-match feeling. Wood-handled Laguiole steak knives reflect the venue’s generous use of wood accents and build anticipation for a hearty Texas steak dinner. The bridal model dons a thickly textured Ines di Santo gown in a rich alabaster tone. The dramatic, low v-back mermaid gown highlights the model’s natural beauty. Sparkly drop earrings and a lush bouquet packed with roses complete the look. We’re honored to share this shoot to show that a wedding can be just as romantic and beautiful even with non-traditional wedding colors. When designing your wedding, start with the colors you love and then think about how to create comfort, warmth, and celebration within that palette. The result will be an event that’s completely unique!