Spring Wedding

A Pink Departure

Lately, the wedding color trends have been focused primarily on shades of blush and cream or even the punchier coral/fuchsia tones with blush and cream. These have been the go-to colors for a very good reason. It's classic, feminine and definitely a palette that is non-regrettable in 20 years. However, every now and then it's refreshing to see a departure from shades of pink. Colors are limitless and so fun to experiment with. For this particular wedding, the bride wanted a Tuscan/rustic vibe. So we combined earthy merlot shades with lavender, apricot, green, blue and champagne for a unique color spin. Succulents, herbs, thistle, and scabiosa were the main floral players. Tuscan lanterns and even an Anthropologie inspired muslin and lace arbor curtain were added for one-of-a-kind details. And, how cute is this couple :) Thanks for letting us be a part of your special day!

Peony Fling

This wedding was undoubtedly one of my favorite affairs from last year. Three words -> Barn. Peony. Coral. This trio proved a vibrant and fresh pop against a rustic barn background. One of the bride's must-haves for this event was peonies. And really, who doesn't want them any time? Because peonies can take your budget from manageable to cray-cray, there are a few things we implemented in this wedding to make them affordable. First and most importantly, this wedding took place in prime peony season. This is typically May-June {for best prices}. Secondly, we utilized the bride's slim-mouthed bottles and containers to hold single peony stems. We splurged on a few places, the dramatic altar pieces and her bouquet, and kept the rest a less-is-more approach. And it truly was gorgeous!

Gorgeous photos captured by Britt Latz Photography

Outdoor Spring Wedding

Outdoor events are about as lovely as they come. Especially, when the weather is gorgeous. For this particular event, we had exactly one day of good weather {the day of} with the venue being at a country club in Frisco, TX. We were actually setting up the ceremony d├ęcor while a golf tournament was going on {the behind the scenes at wedding set-ups is always interesting}. Here's a few photos of our florals...{and isn't the bride's blush-colored dress to die for?!}

This beautiful event was orchestrated by Rachel Events. Stunning photographs by Charla Storey Photography.