The cuteness meter is spinning off the charts with this downhome, homemade, good ol’ Texas affair by dearcharli photography. The adorable bride, who hand-crafted much of the decor and design, has more style in her little pinky than most of us do in our whole bodies! I’m in love with her sweet tea length dress, strings of pearls and precious tulle veil. Those creative juices definitely flowed into the rest of the decor too which is playful, pretty and perfect! Check out the rest of this Texas Old Town occasion in the full gallery!
From dearcharli photography… Cowboy boots for him and blue shoes for her really set the tone for Beth & Travis’ wedding: traditionally Texan but with some homemade attitude. While Beth is an Etsy fan, you can find plenty of thought out family touches in her details. She set up a lemonade stand by the outdoor ceremony seating so the guests could sip while they waited. On this stand they set out little nicknacks from their time together along with a scrabble board that spelled out special sentiments. Since Travis’ grandma was no longer with them, it was important to the couple to represent her Japanese heritage by serving sushi as appetizers. Beth’s dad hand cut all the wood table decorations from gathered fallen tree branches; this fatherly touch held the table numbers and supported the flower arrangements and wedding cake. Their dance floor had removable decals of images from their engagement session and Beth’s bridals. Overall, the wedding has a real warm feeling from the wood paneling of the venue to the golden paper lanterns hanging over the dance floor to the many sunny bridesmaids’ dresses!
Venue: Texas Old Town / Wedding Coordinator: BZ Events / Photo Booth: Max Photography / Wedding Cake: Michelle’s Patisserie / Floral Design: Petal Pushers / Wedding Photography: dearcharli photography