Citrus hues and soft, romantic blues set the stage beautifully for today’s Mediterranean inspired wedding ideas. The Mediterranean coast and the breathtaking vistas surrounding it served as the initial inspiration for this wedding design, taking place in McKinney, Texas (although you would never even know it). The beauty of organic style can be felt within this romantic look, thanks to the textures and colors used throughout. Tangerines and kumquats were beautiful accents to florals created by DIRT Flowers in shades of pale blue, blush, yellow, and orange. Claire Casner Photography captured all of this stunning inspiration, and we absolutely cannot wait for you to take it all in!
From Claire Casner Photography:
It was such a joy collaborating with this group of vendors and we are excited to share our story with you! We were inspired by the mediterranean coast and breath taking vistas and terrain, we found this beautiful personal property tucked off the beaten path in McKinney, Texas. The textures and colors of a joyful day full of citrus hues and the softness and romance of soft blues were the basis of our palette.
The amazing artists that we brought together to bring this story to life went above and beyond. Each detail was so intentional in communicating a piece of Harper & Luke’s love story. The bride wore the beautiful Lois gown by Saint Isabel Bridal. Accented by the beautiful jewelry from Shapiro Diamonds, she was a vision of understated elegance.
DIRT Floral scoured the markets and foraged the week of the shoot to find the perfect mix of blooms. Our bride is one who adored spending time in her Mamaw’s garden growing up and knew she wanted to incorporate some of those into her bouquet. The colors and textures they brought together were perfection.
Our tablescape came together with layers and textures to remind our couple of their trip to Malta where they were engaged. The beautiful La Tavola linen has a subtle texture that has an essence of waves crashing against the rocks on the shore and the soft blue of the sky gracing the water’s edge. The chargers are textured placemats that add dimension and harkens a picnic basket they ate their lunch out of on the overlook the day Luke proposed. The beautiful place settings from Pretty Little Plates are such beautiful vintage pieces that hold such a wonderful legacy. Those pieces each have so many stories of their own and have been present at so many celebrations.
The ladies at Marigold & Grey put together the sweetest and most luxurious welcome boxes for guests. They curated so many details that not only are beautiful, but pamper our guests. There are snacks, toppers for breakfast, tea to relax and topped off with the sweetest little tag from the bride and groom.
Alex, from Prairie Letter Shop, designed the paper suite and the beautiful table runner for us. The watercolor and textures she incorporated echoed the scenery and layered design on the guest tables. The love and details that go into handcrafted invitations, among all other elements that come together to create a celebration of two people’s love is astounding.
Vendors who made it all happen…
Photography: Claire Casner Photography // Design & Styling: Harper Hadley Events // Floral Design: DIRT // Rentals: Pretty Little Plates // Linens: La Tavola Linens // Paper/Calligraphy: Prairie Letter Shop // Gown: Saint Isabel Bridal // Makeup: Em Smith // Hair: Macey Burns // Jewelry: Shapiro Diamonds // Favor Boxes: Marigold & Grey // Model: Alice Mamula
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