If you’re like us, your jaw will hit the floor as soon as you see the images from this romantic watercolor styled shoot from North Texas wedding planner Shannon Rose Events. Featuring the dreamiest florals from Lush Couture, an old world, artful venue and a gorgeous bride, you’ll be so inspired by the colors, textures and all the ethereal details. Loosely gathered with wild fronds, blush roses and anemones for a pop of contrast, Lush Couture‘s freeform florals tied with cerulean silk ribbons set the tone for the entire scene. The prettiest deckled-edged, hand-painted stationery features romantic sweeping calligraphy and hand-tied ribbons. An open-back spaghetti strap gown by Lovely Bride with floral strap detailing and a flowing chiffon skirt brings such a soft, feminine look while minimalist hair and makeup by Jennifer Trotter – Lip Service Makeup, with a simple smoky eye and soft pink pout, shows off her incredible natural beauty. She stands at the altar with her handsome groom flanked by organic greenery and a romantic watercolor marble-dyed runner, ready to marry the love of her life! Awaiting this beautiful couple after they say “I do” is a chic, whimsical table with acrylic ghost chairs from Shag Carpet, light blue candles and ethereal flowing linens beneath stark white place settings and metallic gold flatware. The icing on the cake is a gorgeous three-tiered creation by Butterfly Cakery with soft brush-stroke detailing and a single white bloom, because sometimes less is truly more! We can’t get enough of this romantic watercolor scene and every detail within it – enjoy!
Photos // Allen Tsai Photography
From the planner: “I love creating design concepts with themes that one wouldn’t necessarily think work together. Lately, I have been inspired by moody themes, but wanted to evoke that same overall feeling in a shoot by using pastels and unique textures instead of dark color tones. The venue’s textured walls, outdoor setting, and beautiful combination of dusty and pastel colors was the perfect backdrop and setting for this ‘Moody Pastels’ styled shoot.”