Nothings better than vintage, boho, and fireworks all at the same wedding. Not to mention some amazingly talented Dallas Wedding Vendors. This awesome shoot was recently featured in LOVE & LAVENDER'S blog.
Here's what designer Emily Shannon had to say about this shoot:
“For this shoot, we knew we wanted to do something different. So many brides are scared of bold colors and stick to light pastels for their wedding. We wanted to show that bold is beautiful. It started with the flowers. We wanted oranges, pinks and yellows in a very organic look and feel. We added hints of raspberries and other fruits as well.
“This set the whole boho styled shoot theme. From there, we went with a vintage feel for the place settings by incorporating mixed metals, old (and colorful) books, mix-matched china and bright napkins. We added some fun, floral menu cards and place cards to top off the look.
“Even the food we used had lots of color. We served mixed berries fruit cups, fruit and yogurt breakfast parfaits with honey almond granola, mini buttermilk chicken and waffles, sparkling tropical punch, sliced pies and vanilla butter cake for dessert.
“The bride’s hair and makeup was very natural and just emphasized her beauty and topped it off with an unsymmetrical floral crown. The photobus added a unique feel and continued with the vintage boho look. And of course the couple (and shoot) ended the night with fireworks!”
Huge thank you to all the awesome vendors:
Wedding Planner: Forever Events and Weddings
Photographer: Justin Yoder Studios
Florals: Fleurs de France
Rentals: Rent My Dust
Stationery: CW Designs
Catering and Cake: Uncle Willie's Pies and Catering
Makeup: Simply Beautiful by Meg
Hair Stylist: Brooke Himes Hair Design
Bride's dress: Providence Place Bridal
Photobus: The Photobus DFW
Videographer: Harmland Visions