This stunning fall wedding was an extra special treat. The bride is a photographer friend of mine and is just as beautiful in photos as she is in person. We share a wonderful German heritage and incorporated this heritage into her wedding details as well. She and Cody decided on an Octoberfest theme, which was carried out with the food, decor elements and definitely lots of fun! The Orchard at Martin's Pecanville in Bullard, Texas provided the perfect setting for this celebration.
Margo and Kirk had a beautiful evening wedding at Eagles Bluff Country Club in Tyler, Texas. Her choices of corals, peach and gray looked stunning against the evening sky. Margo loves lots of fun textures so her bouquet was accented with hypericum berries, seeded eucalyptus, and scabiosa pods along with the beautiful rose choices. It was definitely and evening to remember!
This sweet wildflower wedding was just what the bride wanted. I began planning my own garden in the early spring for flowers and foliage that I would use for her wedding. Along with my personal garden cuttings, I also worked with a local grower to produce some brightly colored florals for the handpicked wildflower look. I incorporated Flax, Black-eyed Susan, Chamomile, Veronica, Sweet William and Echinacea along with Dusty Miller and Periennial Grasses to complete the look for her bouquets and centerpieces.
Photography by Alex Modisette