Playful, whimsical, and charming, this Texas wedding has it all — and we couldn’t be more in love. Fun colors and nods to all things carnival were in order for Teresa and Marc’s big day, and thanks to the skills of Alba Rose Photography, Cloud Creative Events, and Lush Couture Floral, we’ve got some serious inspo for all you whimsy lovers out there. Just wait until you see Teresa’s amazing bouquet!
When your wedding planning process starts off with a proposal in front of the Eiffel Tower, it’s a no-brainer that your wedding will end up carrying that super romantic feel all the way through the night. Corrina and Isaac’s Texas farmhouse wedding had tons of organic details, romantic soft pink blooms, and beautiful wooden accents peppered throughout the day, thanks to Jenna Lynn Events. Mustard Seed Photography, thank you for capturing it all!
We’re upping the dreaminess factor today with this real waterfall elopement in Oregon. Jordan and Phil packed their bags for the Pacific Northwest and exchanged vows in private under rushing waters, with Minerva House Photography there to capture it all and En Vogue Events to make sure everything went off without a hitch. Later on, the couple had a celebration in Houston to celebrate their newlywed status with friends and family to get the best of both worlds!
We’re heading off for the weekend, but not before leaving you with some seriously pretty images from Charla Storey. A creative team including Lauren Field Design and Clementine Botanical Art made their way to Mission San Jose, using the inherent beauty of the architecture as a jumping off point for the design and vision. You’ll spot an airy blue wedding gown, an ethereal green gold skirt, and a tablescape so lovely it almost hurts. Don’t take our word for it, though — take a peek yourself!
Hellooo, beautiful. Today’s wedding has stunning flowers, serious romance, a bride and bridesmaids wowing us in wedding separates, lush greenery, and a nightcap of In-N-Out burgers all wrapped up in a modern industrial setting. Need we say more? Thank you to A Sea of Love, Lovebird Lane Events, and Amanda Page at The Workshop at Hickory for making magic happen on Kaylene and Jeffrey’s big day!
Today’s styled shoot is summer happiness in a bottle, complete with cacti details and a brunch menu. With three dessert options ranging from good ol’ wedding cake to pancakes to waffles, this one is sure to please every sweet tooth out there! Thank you to the fab team of Charla Storey Photography, Jen Rios Weddings, and R Love Floral for making it all happen and sharing this beauty with us.
We’re all about the color palette in this styled shoot from Kayla Barker Fine Art Photography, The Wildflowers, and Bows and Arrows. Blush pink, peach, terracotta, cream, and just a pop of mustard are a fabulous mix for summer, but they work equally well together all year-round! The floral designs here are sure to inspire, so get ready:
When it comes to colorful, fun celebrations, we’re pretty much incapable of resisting them. The Big Fake Wedding recently traveled to San Antonio to throw one heck of a party, bringing along some of the region’s top wedding professionals to create a faux wedding event complete with a real life couple. How cheery is the paper flower ceremony installation?
How is it that Dallas produces so many incredible weddings? Today’s celebration comes by way of Shaun Menary Photography, Bella Flora of Dallas, Bella Acento, and DFW Events, all of whom worked wonders to make Katherine and Landon’s day a serious dream come true. Pink and blue are always a perfect combo in our books!
Bethany Erin Photography and Bows and Arrows together means magic is on the way, and we’ve got the images to prove it. Caitlin and Matt’s Dallas wedding is a shining example of how to blend a bride and groom’s individual styles into a thing of cohesive beauty, thanks in large part to Sweet Pea Events. Pure elegance is ahead:
Prepare yourselves, because today’s wedding is the kind that takes your breath away. Elisabeth Carol Photography, Grit + Gold , and The Southern Table created and captured this truly picturesque scene, complete with a striking floral and wood ceremony arch accompanied by hanging lanterns. You won’t want to miss this one, folks:
Romantic, ethereal, and a little bit rustic, today’s wedding from Honey Gem Creative and 3 of Cups Weddings + Events manages to tick off all our boxes in the most beautiful of ways. With burgundy being the primary color focus, with plenty of accents of green through leafy textures, we can’t help but fall in love with all the little details. Congratulations to the happy couple!
There’s no better way to come back from the weekend than by ogling some seriously pretty design, and we’ve got Julie Wilhite, Bird Dog Wedding, and Davy Gray to thank for today’s. With a perfectly airy bouquet peppered with poppies and a sweet ceremony tree covered in greenery and more flowers, our crush isn’t going away any time soon!
We were sold on this shoot as soon as we heard the words “pink is used as a neutral.” Jessica Gold Photography, Shannon Schultz Events, and R Love Floral worked together on this whimsical scene full of bright, fun colors, making us ever so ready for summer. We’re off to find recipes for those yummy cookie shot glasses!
Faux wedding experts The Big Fake Wedding recently traveled to Dallas, TX so local vendors could show their stuff in a big way. A group of 6 floral and event designers helped decorate the event, which was inspired by early mornings spent seaside after a road trip down the West Coast. California Dreaming at its finest!
If you ask us, today’s wedding almost runs more along the side of “amazing dance party” than it does any sort of traditional wedding, and we positively love it. Newlyweds Josh and Betsy even performed a choreographed first dance, arranged by an Emmy-nominated choreographer! Let’s take a peek at the bright + fun images from Mandee Johnson, with beautiful coordination and flowers from Magic Hour Marfa.
Not only is Texas totally gigantic, it offers many large cities with their own unique wedding venues. Austin is known as a pretty hip area in general, which is easily verified by taking a look at some of their best wedding locations. Without further ado, let’s take a peek at our favorite venues in Austin, TX!
It seems like lately we can’t resist a wedding at Prospect House, and for good reasons — just take a look at this one from Lisa Woods Photography, Wild Sky Events, and Petals Ink to know why. Flannery and Nick had a New Year’s Eve wedding at the Texas venue, providing their guests with love and laughter, good eats, and a party to celebrate the holiday in style.
Today’s wedding is a bit of a palate cleanser, with refreshingly clean design and a crisp color palette of pinky-reds, green, and white. Sophie Epton Photography captured Hannah and Sean’s celebration, which featured a hearty dose of greenery and beautiful anemones arranged by Merveille Events. Congratulations to the happy newlyweds!
A pinch of modern, a dash of bohemian, and a whole lot of lovely make up today’s wedding. A talented team of Texas vendors including Flora + Fauna, Sweet Events, and Sweetwater Stems had a part in Alaina and Arie’s big day, which included fab details like an impeccable Elizabeth Fillmore wedding gown, a sleek floral wall, and a modern minimalist reception. Let’s jump in!
We’re leaving you this weekend with some breathlessly gorgeous images and inspiration from Kurt Boomer, Joy Proctor Design, and Bows and Arrows, who put together this romantic scene for Bella Belle‘s new Enchanted collection of bridal shoes. For all of us suckers for romance, this one’s for us all:
Elegant, ethereal, and with a muted color palette is how this styled shoot from The Lockharts, Dixie Does Vintage, and Lizzie Bee’s Flower Shoppe came to us — and we loved it at first blush. The entire scene is a lesson in fresh takes on barn weddings, blending rustic touches with modern romantic femininity.
You know us — we’re defenseless against a good brunch wedding. A couple in love, delicious breakfast food, and remarkably beautiful scenery were just what we needed to see today, and we have a hunch you’ll feel the same way. Stephanie Brazzle Photography captured all the goodness on film, while Crystal Frasier Weddings and Garden Gate took care of the design and flowers.
Lovers of historical locations in warm climates will love the visuals involved in this gorgeous wedding. Designed and planned by Belle Events using amazing florals provided by Bramble & Bee and captured by Dana Fernandez Photography, this delightful wedding is sure to inspire anyone who wants to create a day to remember.
After seeing today’s styled shoot from Kasey Lynn Photography, Sweet Tea and Linen, and A Different Bloom, we’re convinced birch and copper are the chicest pairing to follow. A hint of burgundy brings this airy combination back down to earth, while plenty of greenery and geometric details tie everything together into a wedding package you’re sure to love.
Texas is known for its weddings with heaps and heaps of southern charm, but Ashley and Johnny’s wedding broke out and traveled down the road of modern and clean. Rachel Meagan Photography was in charge of chronicling this fun couple’s big day and immediately, it evokes a contemporary feel with simple yet striking elements. The bloom creations by Wild Bunches Floral echo this with eye-catchingly bright white anemones, the ever-loved eucalyptus, and white peonies, to name a few.
If there’s anything we’ve learned from today’s styled shoot, it’s that effortless style can still look chic. Julie Wilhite captured this beautiful wedding inspiration played out by 36th Street Events and Remi & Gold, who fused together jewel tones and organic design for a fête ideal for any European-loving couple.
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What better way to kick off the work week than a sweet wedding editorial inspired by poetry? Today’s styled shoot came to fruition thanks to the words of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, with a talented team of Awake Photography, Makeup by Alli Kirk, and Glitter and Whiskey Events translating those words into beautiful scenery. It’s impossible to do these images justice with words, so let’s jump right in!