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Kristin and Tyler’s Southwest soiree looks as if they were wed in Sedona, Arizona, but, lucky enough for all of us, it was right here in Houston, Texas! With the help of Epoch Co+, this couple accomplished a boho-chic look with shades of blue, terra cotta and cream. Located at The Gin at Hidalgo Falls, an old-time tin industrial barn-dominium, these two married outdoors with the sunset as their backdrop behind a setup featuring a bohemian rug and romantic hanging. Muted florals from Urban Rubbish with pops of pampas grass added a simple yet stunning touch to the corners of the altar, and pots of cacti were placed along the floor. While heading into the reception, guests found their seats on an escort card wall of tequila shots in navy tile inspired shot glasses – cheeky and totally fitting of the theme! Inside, large rectangular tables topped with indigo dyed table runners, potted plants and Estelle colored glasses from Party Time Rentals sat waiting for admiration. Party lights hung above the dance floor, along with authentically hanging ceiling plants. Needless to say, if you’re on the hunt for wedding inspiration with Sedona vibes, then this Southwest soiree is just for you. Scroll on, and as always, cheers to the happy couple!

Photo // The Philgreens

From the bride on her dream wedding maker: “I must say that each of our vendors went above and beyond for us and I will forever be grateful to them all. However, Heather with Epoch Co+ took my hopes and dreams and quadrupled them. She and her entire team work magic and think of every detail so that you can just enjoy your day. ”


Are you a boho-chic kind of bride? If yes, then check out this Houston wedding for more inspiration!

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TAGS: Boho, Loft Warehouse, Fall, Spring Summer 2021
Other Local Vendors:
City View Catering, Lovely Bride, Montelongo's Fine Jewelry, Morgan Pearl Cakes, Peach Paper and Design, Salon 5014, Sams Limousine and Transportation, Shadow Canyon, The Gin at Hidalgo Falls, The Philgreens