Emerald Green Winter Wedding Inspiration
December 26, 2014
Southwest
We're in the mood for a little gift giving this weekend, and today we're sharing the gift of pretty.  Think emerald green hues, gorgeous details and a rustic meets elegant vibe, all wrapped up in a bundle of inspiration from a talented team of vendors including Jeff Brummett VisualsEverly Alaine Florals and Dallas Affaires Cakes.  Get the party started right here
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From Jeff Brummett Visuals... This dreamy shoot takes place on a cold winter day at Rustic Grace Estate, a venue with 25 acres, a newly renovated 1920's barn and a three acre lake. The charming venue with its old barn wood, rustic setting, and pasture filled with longhorn cattle created the perfect backdrop. The weather was very appropriate for a winter shoot and the hot chocolate bar was the perfect cure for the cold.

The emerald green color was carried throughout every detail from the ring to the cake. The bride wore a stunning two-tone emerald engagement ring designed by Nan Lee Jewelry. The banquet table was filled with decadent goodies, such as blackberry pie, green macaroons, roasted vegetables, raisin sourdough bread, and an almond and cranberry salad to name a few.

Just like the bride's ring, the dishes were a beautiful combination of both silver and gold tones and featured gorgeous antique emerald plates. The head table was seated neatly under a greenery chandelier full of lush winter greens.

The bride wore a fully beaded gown from Blushing Bride Boutique and bundled up in a fur stole to keep warm. She carried a bouquet mixed with white blooms and winter greens, heavy on the greens, with a loose, organic feel. Her Maid of Honor wore a deep green dress from Bella Bridesmaid. Despite the cold temperature and the winter wind, nothing could keep this group of creatives from bringing their vision to life.