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The floral altar in this elegant garden wedding is a must-see for too many reasons! Held on the beautiful grounds of The Woodlands Country Club, Mackenzie and Tyler’s blush and ivory affair is a complete dream. There isn’t a better venue for a fall wedding, as there’s something so romantic about the leaves changing and all the cozy, warm feels this scene gives off. Mia Bridal Couture provided the most beautiful wedding gown for Mackenzie – an illusion bodice with floral details and a long flowing train combine to make a stunning dress that we can’t take our eyes off of. Metallic gold details throughout are a perfect pair with clear glass decor and flawlessly curated signage from Jo’s Paper Kitchen. Blush and ivory blooms bring this scene a perfect touch of freshness and adorn almost every aspect of this day, including their floral-filled altar! The arch just so happened to be this couple’s favorite detail of the day, and we definitely see why. Mackenzie’s dad and Tyler built the arch together by hand, and it honestly could not have turned out more perfectly. What a special and unique detail? Scroll to see all of the beautiful blush details of this day, but you for sure don’t want to miss taking a peak at their altar! Cheers to the Millers!

Photo // Josh & Dana Fernandez Photography

From the bride: “My favorite detail of our wedding was the arch we were married under. Tyler and my dad built the arch and it could not have turned out more perfectly. The arch was covered in the most gorgeous flowers and was more beautiful than anything I could have ever imagined.”

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TAGS: Romantic, Country Club, Fall
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