Earthy tones meet modern details in this organic boho corona wedding, and we love every single aspect of it! Bailey and Brent had to make several changes to their dream wedding day, but the one thing they knew was that it would STILL be their best day ever, no matter what was happening around them. While plans were being turned upside down, Bailey knew she wanted to keep her date, venue and vendors the same, but had to make the tough decision to cut the guest list to be an intimate ceremony of seven people. Despite the odds, it was still the most special day of their lives! Bailey said, “Everything turned out better than I could have ever imagined. I was able to soak in every single moment of the ceremony which I probably would not have been able to if my entire family/friends were there and if I had to rush over to the reception. I really felt like the day was truly about us and focused on our vows and becoming one.” Having a positive outlook and support system are essentials in planning any wedding, and we’re so glad Bailey and Brent had that in this time. A sense of humor helps, too, as you can see with their corona-inspired toilet paper cake!
“I learned to go with the flow and be grateful for all the support I had around me.”
With all the elements from her dream wedding still in place, we can see why Alba Dahlia Floral was the perfect choice for this boho bride! Pampas grass surrounding the altar helped to bring the boho mood into the grand chapel, where the couple said their vows in front of their closest friends and family. Bailey’s truly one-of-a-kind bouquet of muted terra cotta, nude, cream, white and pale pink florals could not have come together more beautifully. We’re definitely saving these photos from Laning Photography to look back on for all the boho inspiration! We can’t help but swoon over their stunning portraits – the Fort Worth skyline and sunset lighting combined to create dreamy photos we can’t take our eyes off. Each earthy and modern detail of this corona wedding was captured flawlessly, and we guarantee you won’t want to miss scrolling through their wedding gallery below. Cheers to the Pendergrafts!
Photo // Laning Photography
From the bride: “Like so many brides durning COVID-19 my big wedding plans were flipped upside down. I waited until the very last minute to make the decision to keep my wedding ceremony as I would have had it originally, but just with our closest family present. I wasn’t going to let a pandemic ruin my dream wedding ceremony. I mean you only get married once, right!?”