FRENCH INSPIRED ELOPEMENT
what we did
The set for Tessa and Kyle's elopement took place overlooking a pond on a family-owned, Texas ranch. Mismatched wooden seating for the guests was set before a beautiful wooden pergola. The aisle that would guide the bride to her groom was lined with a garland made from silver dollar eucalyptus and dried magnolia leaves. Our drapery was custom designed specifically for this special day using a burgundy chiffon fabric and hung along side a 18 foot, silver dollar eucalyptus garland. Placed throughout the ceremony, was hand-painted signage topped with red hanging amaranthus to coordinate with the burgundy found in the drapery, groom's bow-tie, and bride's bouquet.
For the reception, the same color elements were carried over from the ceremony. Our custom seating assignment displays greeted the guests and were made using barn yard frames, ripped fabric and our calligraphy name cards. Hand-painted fabric banners were attached to the couple's dinner table, cake table, and dessert table. Each table was uniquely curated with custom built table numbers, floral arrangements, antique candle holders, vintage chargers and our hand-made macramé weaves. To add a more personal touch, hand-lettered placecards were placed at each seat. The wedding itself captures a present-day romance with a touch of vintage flare.
who we worked with
Cassie Loree Photography - Photography
Petals Couture - Florals
The Rosemary Barn - Venue
Lovely Bride - Dress
Kristy Rankin - Hair & Makeup
Sugar Creek Vintage Rentals - Rentals
Butterfly Cake Factory - Desserts
Nan Lee Jewelry - Jewelry
Blue Diamond Limousines - Transportation