If you are a floral lover, you will obsess over this sweet Texas ranch wedding from Eureka Photography! The couple splurged on florals and the extra pop of fresh color really makes the design. We love the floral covered stone chimney ceremony backdrop, talk about dreamy!
Colin and I wanted only wanted four things out of our wedding, we wanted our wedding to be fun, personal, and simple, with the exception of flowers everywhere. I always wanted to get married in October, as I love to see the changes of the seasons in the scenery around me. We choose Pecan Springs Ranch as our venue because it offers such pretty, lush, and natural landscaping that we felt it was the perfect place for us. The color choice was an easy agreement between us as I always had a vision of my bridesmaids in a deep burgundy color, and Colin always wanted to wear navy. Unlike most girls, I didn’t have a clear vision of what I always wanted for my wedding, so Pinterest was my best friend, Colin even got into sending me pins of ideas he liked!
My dad and grandma unfortunately passed away while Colin and I were planning our wedding, so something I wanted was a charm with their picture on my bridal bouquet. My mom found the perfect charms for my bouquet on Etsy, and was able to take them into the florist for them to put on my bouquet for me. it was special to me and something I was able to look down at as I was walking down the isle and get the sentimental feeling I needed from them at the moment.
My wedding dress is the only thing I had an image for in my head during the whole wedding process, and having an aunt that used to work in a bridal store when younger made dress shopping a breeze. I had an image of a long sleeved dress that hugged my waist, yet had a flow to it. I fell in love with my dress at the second store I went to, Bridal Boutique in Lewisville, and its true what they say, when you know its your dress, you just know! My maid of honor picked out the style of the bridesmaids dress, as I just wanted them to be comfortable, and Colin picked out the suit set for himself and the groomsmen all by himself!
Our favorite part of our wedding day was being able to share a first look with each other, seeing each other vulnerable and emotional just the two of us before I walked down the isle was a moment we remember was total bliss and giddiness. Colin was crying and I was tearing up saying to him ‘I can’t ruin my make up!’, we just stood there and looking at each other remembering everything that’s gotten us up to that day. It was one of the few moments we got with each other that day that wasn’t filled with any the other wedding duties that come along with being the bride and groom.
I splurged on my wedding flowers because it’s the only wedding detailed I was laser focused nailing, every other detail was made with the help of my super helpful mom, but flowers is one thing I had covered. I went into Bouquets of Austin and was blessed with the most amazing floral designer, Becky Diaz, and was able to show her my Pinterest dreams and she took the pictures I showed her and with her amazing team, they made my Pinterest dreams seriously come to life! I wanted all things green, navy, burgundy and cream colored and they could not of made me happier with their creations!
The most important think to Colin and I while planning our wedding was to focus on each other and not all the tiny little details. We really wanted planning our wedding to be a fun, enjoyable time and reminded each other in those stressful times what our wedding was really about: celebrating our love for one another. I wanted flowers everywhere so that was the one thing we chose to splurge on, and I don’t regret it one bit! You’ll never forget the magic your flowers will bring to your wedding day. I can still remember my bridal bouquet being brought into my bridal house on my wedding day, it was a moment that hit me as ‘This is real! I’m getting married!’.
Photography | Eureka Photography | Venue | Pecan Springs Ranch | Planning | A Bunch of Weddings | Florals | Bouquets of Austin | DJ | Made from skratch weddings | Cake | Sweet Treets Bakery | Hair and Makeup | Mission Stylehouse | Wedding Dress | Maggie Sottero from Bridal Boutique Lewisville | Bridesmaid Dresses | Azazie | Submitted via Matchology
What could be a more summery bridal shower theme than Rosé All Day? Jane Alexandra Events is sharing this effortlessly chic bridal shower, complete with wine tasting games and flower crown crafting!
You know you have hit the jackpot when your sister is a wedding planner. She definitely went above and beyond with all the little details to make my shower so beautiful and elegant. Everything was perfect! Our wedding is holiday/wine/rustic inspired so rosé all day definitely fit the theme! I loved everything from the flower crown making station, wine tasting games, Mendocino farms catering and lots of love from family and friends!
Photography | Katrina Jayne Photography | Planning | Jane Alexandra Events | Florals | Mayesh Wholesale | Stationer | Etsy | Desserts | Viktor Benes Continental Bakery | Rentals | MTB Event Rentals | Catering | Mendocino Farms | Submitted via Matchology
Fall weddings don’t have to be all jewel tones and pumpkins, we are loving this bright and colorful take on a fall wedding captured by Sun & Sparrow Photography. We love all the vibrant florals and the sequin tablecloths for extra pop!
Even though it was a fall wedding, I wanted to stick with whites, pinks, peach and, orange colors. I wanted it to feel bright and romantic. We wanted an outdoor wedding. A California warm September night. We wanted a venue where we and our guests could comfortably enjoy one another’s company. I didn’t want to feel confined to a ballroom. Heartstone ranch is such a magical place and just gives you all the feels! So splurged on our venue.
I went with a beautiful Kenneth Winston dress. One of the first dresses I tried on.it had everything a bride could want: lace, a beautiful train, and just enough beading to really make me feel like a bride.
We wanted a wedding that felt intimate, even though our guest list wasn’t. It was really important to us that our ceremony would be personal. And it really was. We had our friend officiate it. He even included our guests, by quoting their definitions of love and the key to marriage. We also wrote our own vows. It was our favorite part of the entire night.
Our advice is to enjoy the entire process. The night is over so fast! The love that if felt between each other and everyone around you is so magical. It truly was the most beautiful nights of our lives.
For desserts we did a small cake and mini cupcakes! I also got to surprise my husband with a dodgers groom’s cake.
Photography | Sun & Sparrow Photography | Venue | Heart Stone Ranch | Planning | Santa Barbara Wine Country Wedding & Events | Florals | Dulce Floral Design | Invitations | Minted | Cake | Crushcakes & Cafe | Rentals | Ventura Rental Party & Events | Hair | Elyse Blevins | Makeup | 805 Makeup | Catering | Catering Connection | Dress | Kenneth Winston from Panache Bridal Santa Barbara | Groom’s Attire | Men’s Wearhouse | Bride’s Shoes | Badgley Mischka | Bridesmaid Dresses | Show Me Your Mumu | Ring Box | The Mrs Box | Bridesmaid Robes | David’s Bridal | Submitted via Matchology