Happy Thursday! Take a look at these beauties, and their fabulous bouquets. A great tip for saving money and staying on budget is to make your own bouquets. Thankfully Taryn and her bridesmaids are super creative and artistic and Taryn used to work in a flower shot. They crafted together these beautiful works of art. Wedding Location: Three Points Ranch
This weekend we photographed Krystal and Andy's wedding at Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa. I am looking forward to sharing them with you.For now, take a look at Krystal's beautiful photographs from her bridal shoot. I love the handmade vintage wedding ideas.
By the way, her mom made the broach/jewelry bouquet. She is one talented lady!
This Vintage DIY wedding took place in Snyder, Texas. Every bit of the details were done mostly if not all by the bride. The invitations and banners were made by her too! She is a super talented graphic designer and pulled out all the cards for this joyous occasion. Over time, Whitney collected vintage pieces for their wedding. She worked hard collecting these pieces and I love how she designed and decorated the whole day. The reception area included an ice cream parlor and a super chic candy bar. Check it out below!
Jordan and Sunny's wedding was a dream for me. They are one of the most genuine couples and I loved working with them and meeting their families.Their Texas Country Chic wedding took place in Rotan, TX. This is where they met back in junior high. They took different roads through out high school and college, but love kept them close enough to reconnect. Jordan currently plays for the Cincinnati Bengal's NFL football team, and played college footbal for Univeristy of Texas in Austin. AND Sunny is a super talented country song writer. Ever heard of "Oh Tonight"? Ya well, she is responsible for that. These two are both so talented, but the thing that makes me like them the most is how humble they both are. God has great things planned for these two.
Wedding Designer and Planner: Dayme Walther with http://www.dayleydesign.com/
Whitney came down from Indiana for her bridal shoot. We went to one of the coolest places in Clovis, the Underground Embassy. It is an art gallery showcasing Drew Merritt's work and a look into his mind. It is an amazing backdrop to have for a bridal shoot and I was so thankful when they gave us permission to use their place for Whitney's session.Whitney and her husband were married in June in Snyder, Texas at the Windmill Ranch Preserve.
You gotta love Texas on a super hot day-not really, but I did love Eric and Whitney's wedding!The image on the left is just one of the many great finds Whitney found as she explored for vintage, and antique pieces for their wedding decor. The image on the right is one of my favorites. They were giving each other their gifts and Whitney teared up as she opened the heart shaped locket Eric had given her.
A cluster of buttons made into a beautiful bouquet. I love how Klisty, the bride thought outside the box for the bouquet for her and her bridesmaids.What else could you make into a bouquet that would be unique?