Winter is coming, so does that mean the pop of color has to leave with its arrival?? My vote is no. Today's gorgeous styled winter wedding comes from a team in Texas who wanted to keep the bold color palette alive, crafting a table and bride that was as fashion forward as their colorful counterparts! Working in a mix of hues from true pinks to fuchsias, peaches with spots of yellow & purples, this winter wedding table sprang to life! Silver and gold mercury mix matched plates brought a strength and counter balance to the sequin tablecloth, while elements like hammered flatware and assorted vases kept everything grounded. Tall centerpieces in a wash of lush blooms and dripping vines gave off the most lovely of enchanting feel, while mixed chair sashes up'd the whimsy. In an effort to be just as bold as her winter wedding colors, a unique braided bridal updo was crafted providing the perfect spark to our winter brides look. To finish it all off, a beautiful fur wrap in a jewel tone hue is the perfect statement piece. From the bridal style to the bold color palette, I must say this is one dreamy argument to not kiss hues goodbye as winter comes our way!
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Lace is a staple within the wedding world from the delicate creations placed on stunning gowns to intertwining lace details into decor. We wanted to take lace one step further, into the realm of statement lace if you will. The result are three wonderfully dynamic lace looks that define unique wedding hair. Look 1, a simple row of lace flowers in a soft pale pink, is used as a dramatic accent piece to a thick textured side braid do. Using lace this way creates a play on a crown, without all the fuss. Look 2 is far more bold, something that not every bride will be as adventurous to try. Utilizing a handcrafted piece of embroidered lace featuring exaggerated peaks and valleys, the bridal lace facial is born. Scalloped lace edges work their way through our brides do up front, while the depression of the valley serves to frame her face. Fresh and bold, something that is dreamy to perfection for the fashion forward bride. Lastly, look 3, a statement crown in black. Black embroidered lace with sequin detailing serves as the perfect forum to create a lively twist on a more traditional look. Petite yet grand, the black lace grown is the ultimate lace wedding hair adornment, something that is easily thrown into the mix post ceremony. Whether your feeling a bit bold or want to play it more to the conservative side, your sure to crush on at least one of these unique wedding hair looks, each detailed in lace.
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Grabbing onto something as lovely a classic wedding vibe makes for the perfect touch for Texas weddings such as Heidi Johnson & Jason Cuellar's, an 'intimate affair' of 150 of their closest friends and family! Set at the The Old Red Museum, succulents and soft colors were set about the naturally lit ceremony and reception space, allowing Heidi and Jason to capitalize on the old school feeling throughout the historic building which used to be a working courthouse! Black and white tile floors, arched walkways and exposed brick served as the perfect backdrop for their classic Texas wedding filled with traditions as well! In keeping with the classics as well as tradition, Heidi amended her gown, featuring the buttons from her great grandmother's dress, which have also been used on her grand mother's and her mother's dress as well! As if these gorgeous buttons weren't enough, Heidi also carried her grandmother's embroidered hankie for her something blue. While the classics are classics for a reason, Heidi slipped off her Badgley Mischka heels, trading in for a classic of another sort, Converse tennis shoes for the reception! The evening ended with a room filled with 90's music (a favorite of the Heidi & Jason's) which had all generations lighting up the dance floor!
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