If you're anything like me you have a wide appreciation of mixed styles. Today's styled shoot from Austin wedding photographer Twin Lens Weddings delves deep into a mix of two styles: urban industrial meets garden. I love the idea of this urban garden wedding with its blend of raw and rough meets feminine & green. The setting for this garden wedding could not be more of a perfect stage, Austin's own Articulture. Rather then try to hide or disguise their surroundings the team embraced their gravel patio flooring, adding strong earthy elements in the form of a raw wood slice table, grassy quiet spots and drippy florals. Eloquent design choices were made for the tablescape, one that featured a mix of petite floral and gold rim china, accented by gold flatware and etched crystal glassware. A mix of seeded eucalyptus, amaranthus and coral peonies dressed the raw wood table, while petite pies brought the perfect down home feel. Taking a design note from the urban garden wedding, an anti-floral crown was woven into the bride's side swept updo, giving that perfect garden chic feel. If nothing else today's feature is one that proves you can make just about whatever your heart desires happen almost anywhere!
Photography: Twin Lens Weddings | Hair + Makeup: Amber Griffin Artistry | Venue + Floral: Articulture | Cake: Mindy's Bakeshop | Desserts: Tiny Pies | Catering: The Real McCoy Catering | Invitations: Archer and Olive