A Homespun Wedding in the Heart of Texas

Posted by on Mar 19, 2013 | One Comment

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ChelseaWill466-(ZF-7334-71857-1-022) magazine shot Chelsea and Will are such a cool couple! They are both super creative and created a weekend long celebration for their friends and family on Chelsea’s family farm. With teal, peach & gold as a jumping off point, Chelsea also asked for bright poppies and I incorporated paper flowers hand made by the bride and her maid of honor, Anna. They were extremely fun and were a great focal point in the bouquets!

I used peach garden roses, succulents, ranunculus and poppies to make the hand tied bouquets. The reception was in a barn. Chelsea stumbled upon her grandfather’s vintage whiskey bottles in preparation for the big day. I used them along with mason jars and vintage hobnail for the reception flowers.

I custom painted the paper flowers that adorn the ceremony sign, which made such a bright fun impact on entrance of the property.

With an Elvis impersonator, s’mores and camping, Chelsea and Will thought of every detail to ensure their guests had a wonderful weekend in the country! This wedding was such a hit that it was featured in the November 2012 issue of Brides Magazine!

Photos by Paige Newton Photography

1 Comment

  1. Lavon
    April 18, 2013

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