This backyard boho bachelorette brunch (re-planned due to COVID-19) is making us want to plan our own citrusy-sweet party ASAP! Even though Stephanie’s bachelorette party was supposed to be in Cali, she was still able to have a picture-perfect and memorable day right at home, once again proving that love still prevails in this time we’re in. Designed by the lovely bride herself, Stephanie brought the California-feel to her own backyard in the heart of Texas with bright pink, yellow and orange hues, paired perfectly with a deep blue for an element of contrast. Boho decor of hanging wicker baskets and macrame with the cutest hippie headbands and earrings as favors are making us wish we were invited to the party. There’s really no better way to celebrate with your gal pals than having endless glasses of rosé and mouth-watering charcuterie boards – don’t even get us started on the most delicious looking orange-to-red ombre cake and sprinkled donut combination for dessert! Stephanie Michelle Photography captured all the citrus and boho details of this event, and to say we’re obsessed is an understatement. If we’re having an outdoor brunch picnic, you can bet we’re taking ALL the inspiration from this boho bash! Cheers!
Photo // Stephanie Michelle Photography
From the bride: “I had planned to get married in the fall of 2019, but my sister was having a baby, so I postponed the wedding to May 2, 2020, with the intention of having a bachelorette event in California on March 19, 2020. The wedding was originally going to be a backyard micro-wedding, but then we decided to not postpone the wedding and have a surprise virtual ceremony instead! I still wanted to have a bachelorette event, so my closest friends decided to have a backyard potluck picnic to avoid traveling anywhere. The two girls that were going to be my bridesmaids dressed in yellow. They all made it so memorable!”