Creating a cohesive atmosphere throughout your entire wedding day can be a challenge. With so many inspirational aesthetics and directions to go, how do you keep everything looking like it belongs together without being too matchy-matchy? Our Style Guide shows you how!
Take a look below at how our team of talented Houston vendors took a theme idea – an intimate European soirée – and brought each element together at the McGovern Centennial Gardens, from the palette to the place setting. Everything flows so well! The bride’s classic look features an off-the-shoulder gown from Belle Âme Bridal with a chic updo and radiant makeup by Hey Lovely. On the table, vintage place cards and menus by Half Moon Lettering pair perfectly with the simple floral place settings by Bering’s, and of course, flower-adorned desserts from Becca Cakes and Bonjour Brigadeiro. Fulleylove Photography‘s bright, timeless images preserve every detail beautifully. Scroll below for styling tips from each vendor!
Photos // Fulleylove Photography
“The petite, yet detailed cake is adorned with mauve-toned sugar flowers, golden blackberries, frilly textures and beading and is perfect for an intimate wedding party.” – Becca Cakes
“A delicately textured updo was the perfect hairstyle for an outdoor, botanical setting and the beautiful late-afternoon light inspired the use of golden, peachy tones and radiant finish for makeup. Sophisticated, classic, yet effortless.” – Hey Lovely
“Inspired by classic botanical illustrations and old world aesthetics, we wanted this suite to be full of rich details. We letterpressed our text and line drawings deep into sumptuous handmade paper, giving recipient a special tactile experience upon opening their envelopes.” – Half Moon Lettering
“Our scrumptious Belgian dark chocolate and Sicilian lemon handcrafted chocolate truffles complemented this European-styled shoot alongside the gorgeous watercolored stationery.” – Bonjour Brigadeiro
“We love how fresh and pure the garden place setting looks when paired with finely etched stemware. Top it off with soft linens and pom-pom napkins in a delicate celery color. Tableware has never looked sweeter.” – Bering’s