Summer weddings in Texas are extremely special – the days are long, sweet and filled with laughter, hugs and, of course, a little bit of cacti.
In search of something quirky and full of personality, Paige Vaughn Photography and Lott of Events sought out the Greenhouse at Driftwood to create these yellow and teal wedding ideas accented by the simplicity of the desert style. Inspired by the greenhouses, as well as touches of honey and bold blues, an amazing vendor team created the perfect wedding design for couples with an eclectic vibe and a bright color palette in mind.
We love the rich wood tones, stone accents, and soft organic textures throughout this wedding style. It was the perfect balance with pops of color and the beautiful surroundings. The rough edge stationery with elegant lettering and simple leaf illustrations created by Studio W Designs is a beautiful introduction to this eclectic style. The bright yellow blooms from The Bloom Bar mixed with rentals from 10th Collection really brought the details alive. With just the right amount of Texas vibes and lush greenery, this wedding inspiration is enough to make anyone fall in love.
We think this eclectic desert style offers so many ideas that many couples can incorporate into their wedding day. And those cakes… we love these creations from Feathers and Frosting, and the incorporation of the bold teal into the simple design (not to mention the perfect choice in cake stands!).
VENDORS WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN…
Photography: Paige Vaughn Photography // Wedding Coordinator: Lott of Events // Venue: Greenhouse at Driftwood // Florals: The Bloom Bar // Rentals: 10th Collection // Dress: Unbridaled / Ivy and Aster // Stationery: Studio W Designs // Bakery: Feathers and Frosting // Hair and Makeup: Blush ‘N Bangs // Chair backs: Mugsby // Model: Alex Garza // Event Assistant: Josie Rasberry
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