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Bridal Shoot at Historic Lindheimer House from Heather Moore Photography

I’m not exactly sure what is on your Thursday agenda, lovelies, but I can guarantee you one thing.  This mesmerizing bridal shoot from the talented lens of Heather Moore?  It will fill up one huge portion of your day.  Because this, my friends, is the kind of session that takes a stunning setting (the historic Lindheimer home) and pairs it with lush + vibrant florals from Blumen-Meisters, fab paper goods from Lucky Penny Paperie and yummy goodness from 2tarts Bakery… and wraps it all up in a full gallery that will take your breath.  Join me there for all of the pretty.


From Heather MooreOur lovely model was Brandi Seguin and our location was the historic Lindheimer home in New Braunfels, Texas. This little saltbox home, which is currently a Texas landmark and museum, was built by German settlers. I decided to pattern our Bridal shoot after the romantic German influence and felt like shooting film would be the perfect choice to help us achieve this feel. Lots of charm in those little Lindheimer gardens — perfect to match our gorgeous ranunculus bouquet crafted by Sheri of Blumen-Meisters! The soft, romantic lace gown was provided by Beatitude Bridal in Boerne, Texas and Brandi’s hair was styled by Kylie Hill.

Photography: Heather Moore | Floral Design: Blumen-Meisters | Invitations: Lucky Penny Paperie | Bridal Boutique: Beatitude Bridal | Film Developing: PhotoVision Prints | Sweets: 2tarts Bakery

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Vintage Texas Inspiration Shoot from Bethany Boone Photography

There’s no denying that vintage stores make for some of the best locations when it comes to photo shoots and weddings alike. And this one in downtown New Braunfels is like a vintage lovers dream come true. Filled with everything from tilt-a-whirls to antique doors and bars, this shop makes for the best backdrop for Bethany Boone Photography to work her magic. Click here for the full gallery!

From Bethany Boone PhotographyThe colors of mustard, blush pink, mint green, & cream colors made for an elegant valentines day shoot in the heart of downtown New Braunfels, Texas.  Included were handmade hearts streamers, tilt-a-whirl, vintage bar, and antique doors. Shot at a vintage junk shop downtown.

Photography: Bethany Boone Photography / Shoot Concept Design + Wardrobe Styling: Bethany Boone Fashion

Backyard New Braunfels Wedding by Mustard Seed Photography

Backyard wedding-loving SMPers (that just might be all of us) this pretty little fête is going to send your soul into a tizzy of excitement. Because it is just everything a backyard party should be – and so much more. It’s twinkling lights, casual elegance and ruffly cakes all captured like only Mustard Seed Photography can – and it’s all waiting for you right here.

From Mustard Seed PhotographyWe recently traveled to New Braunfels to photograph this lovely, nature-themed backyard wedding, and we knew from the moment we arrived that we were in love! Not only are the bride and groom super-sweet, but they are also super-creative and put together the best soirée for their guests to enjoy. :)

From the Bride… I absolutely love old vintage knick knacks — bottles, cameras, mason jars, tea cups, books, plates, vases, milk glass, etc. I also adore birds of any kind and color. I knew I didn’t want the traditional symmetrical centerpieces/decor that you typically see  on wedding tables, so gathering things that I love and using them seemed like a nice idea. My mother and I started going to the flea market every weekend! We would haggle with vendors for hours attempting to get everything we needed and not spend a fortune. The main items we used for filler were vintage bottles, milk glass, mason jars and books. We would also buy “centerpiece” items such as vintage cameras, bird cages and even an old microscope. It took us about seven trips to the flea market and a full day of running around town to thrift stores to gather all the beautiful pieces we needed.

The day of the wedding, we filled the bottles and vases with candles, ranunculus, craspedia and assorted wildflowers. They looked like something from Alice in Wonderland’s tea party/magical vintage garden, which I couldn’t have been happier with. I had so much fun with my mother all those weekends we hung out, looking for decor — I wouldn’t have had it any other way.

Wedding Photography: Mustard Seed Photography / Ceremony: New Braunfels Conservation Society in New Braunfels, Texas / Reception: The Home of the Bride’s Father in New Braunfels, Texas / Flowers: Travis Wholesale Florist + Arranged by the Bride + Her Mother / Event Design & Planning: The Bride / Wedding Cake: Specialty Cakes by Nisa / Wedding Invitations: DIY by the Bride & Groom / DJ: ZSR Events & Entertainment / Tables + Linens: Aztec Events & Tents / Wedding Dress: Oleg Cassini / Bride’s Shoes: Bandolino / Hair: pH Salon