We think this rustic dusty blue wedding inspiration has plenty to look at and love for all you brides-to-be. The team of vendors focused their efforts in all the right places (hint: the little things!). Each detail was thoughtfully planned and incorporated into the shoot – down to the bride’s velvet shoes! Our favorite part of this wedding inspiration shoot is it’s air of timelessness. It transcends city, state, and season thanks to a tucked away venue and always appropriate color palette. (Anyone else love the dusty blue hue as much as we do?!) Get ready to be whisked away by it’s romance, whimsy, and above all beauty!
Photographer Becki of Smith House Photo goes into more detail, saying, In our years of wedding photography we have learned one thing: texture is a detail. The perfect textures bring together a design so beautifully simple, that it breathes life and romance into any space. So when a new wedding venue and soon-to-be blooming vineyard, The Vine, opened in New Ulm, Texas with reclaimed wood and a hand-crafted stone fireplace, we new we would be in love.
Houston wedding planner, Samantha of Plan our Day Houston, alongside florist and stylist Maria of Maxit Flower Design, pulled together each detail to speak elegance into the beautifully built barn at The Vine.
A main focal point in the barn is the oversized stone fireplace with reclaimed wood mantle and a thoughtful design that bookends the space. Maria and Samantha envisioned this as a beautiful ceremony-scape. They adorned the space with beautiful styling fabrics and delicate tapered candle sticks in an off-centered design to frame the couple. The final addition to the stone, was a custom designed watercolor crest by Jamie Lewis Artistry. It brought a meaningful detail from the invitation suite into the day of the wedding.
The table scape, situated in front of The Vine’s first batch of wine barrels, mimicked the simplicity yet elegance of the fireplace design. Samantha carried the minimalist greenery garland from the center of the table onto the wine barrels. She paired the texture of the base linen with gold chargers and patterned china for a touch of old-world glamour. Dusty blue napkins brought in the overall palette of the day for the perfect pop of color on each place setting. But of course, the design would not have felt complete without the calligraphed menus. Camel & Birdie and Lynsey Creative collaborated on the design for a touch of modernity.
Of course, our ‘model’ bride and groom were a beautiful detail entirely on their own. This real couple, getting married later this year, exude love in every glance they share. It doesn’t hurt that Sarah has practice in front of the camera as former Ms. Texas, and her hubby-to-be just might be one of the most dapper professional baseball players we have ever met.