Vintage details and a punchy color palette combine to create this chic inspo bursting with all the vibrant elements we love about summertime! Centered around a round-table type of celebration, outdoor spaces at The Woodlands Country Club boast the prettiest setting for a sweet summer soiree to happen under the Texas sunset, surrounded by lush grounds and breathtaking views. Captivating blooms of roses, nigella, tulips, carnations and dried baby’s breath in citrusy shades of fuchsia, orange, buttercup yellow and ivory by Inheritance Floral Designs & Events command our full attention and draw us into this scene effortlessly. Taking from the floral inspo, Joyful Soul Calligraphy‘s delicate paperie coordinates with chic signage found around this weddingscape and unique, vintage-esque place setting elements from Avalon Event Rentals in beautiful mauve tones. Our bride left us speechless, flaunting a sophisticated open-back gown from Brickhouse Bridal with a darling bow detail, complimented by an elegant bridal look by Brittany Blanchard Beauty of a low bun with soft face-framing pieces and a dewy makeup glow. As the towering piece that ties the whole scene together, this decadent, four-tiered wedding cake from Lane and Simple adorned with carnations and ranunculus looks *almost* too perfect to eat. Scroll to see all the vintage + punchy details of this Seasons of Love editorial captured in photo by Swish & Click Photography and on film by Leslie Margarita Fine Art Videography. Cheers!
From Andra with Inheritance Floral Designs & Events: “When I saw the playa Blanca cream colored roses, I made them the focal point. With the addition of the peachy hued roses, it felt like a perfect blend and compliment to the bride’s bouquet which had pops of orange and soft fuchsia. The bride’s bouquet had nigella and dried yellow baby’s breath blended with roses, tulips and carnations. The wedding cake design was my second favorite part of the shoot. My design partner, Michele, did a beautifully artistic job at making that icing work with those carnations and ranunculus. This color palette and floral choices let brides know that less is always more when it comes to floral design.”