This dreamy elopement shoot was featured on Joy Wed a few weeks ago and I'm just now getting to blog about it. I almost, ok totally feel like I cheated on this one because all I did was pick the china. I was not part of the crew that woke up crazy early, drove a crazy distance, and braved nature to accomplish this gorgeous look. Can you believe those trees and that water?? LOVE.
This shoot features another pattern that went under appreciated by me for a long time. There's something about looking at a photograph of an object that allows you to appreciate all of those small details you never noticed before. I love the delicate edges of this plate, the touches of gold and the soft pinks. This shoot is simple, full of light, beauty and happiness and I can't get enough of it! View more photos, and the gorgeous couple, here on 7 Centerpieces.
Can I tell you how much I love the Jar Cakery girls? I love them because they bring me treats, but I love them even more for asking me to be a part of this beyond fab shoot at The White Sparrow. You'll see images from this shoot all over my site because I'm just that obsessed with how it turned out. You must go to Inspired By This and see more. Like right now.
I don't get to see the final product on every wedding we do, so I'm always excited when a photographer or a planner does a blog post on it. I can thank Grit + Gold for this post on Taylor and Matt's wedding, and they can also be credited with the fabulous styling! I love Artspace 111 not only because my husband and I were married there, but because it's such a versatile space. I was SO excited to see the way our vintage plates were mixed with modern, colorful elements. It all blends perfectly and creates such a fun look. Love Taylor, love her fun style, really loved that her guests didn't eat all of the macarons and Payton from Grit + Gold packed up a box for me to take home and eat. #perk This wedding was also featured in Brides of North Texas, so you can check out even more photos here.