Meet Jeffrey and Laurel. This couple was lucky enough to have access to their venue the day before, so Jeffrey came to pick the china up himself. In a sedan. 450 plates and 300 pieces of glassware. Not.gonna.happen right? WRONG! This groom is a mathematical/Tetris master and managed to get ALL of the china in his car. I was impressed. These two were so sweet, so it was great to see that Melissa Shook Photography keeps an active blog so I could see how gorgeous this wedding turned out! You've got to see the bridesmaid's dresses... can I get one?? SO cute. When I read Laurel's thoughts I was so flattered to discover that PLP china and glassware were her favorite addition.
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.