When Kristine Baker of Urban Magnolia Weddings and Events sent over these images from a recent Fort Worth Botanic Garden wedding that she coordinated, I could not wait to get them up on the blog. It all starts with this bride's beautiful Watters lace dress. And it continues with the stunning, yet understated floral designs by Petals Couture. All of the details were perfect compliments to the Japanese Gardens that housed the ceremony and reception. Emily Davis captured the sweet nuptials and you can check even more of her images in the gallery.
From Kristine Baker of Urban Magnolia Weddings and Events...The bride had a vision of antique, rustic elements among the beautiful far east design of the Japanese Gardens of the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. The bride and groom are both avid travelers and hikers, so they truly found a venue that spoke to two of their favorite things: the outdoors and traveling. The bride made many of the unique details that you see in the wedding from the lips and mustache champagne flutes to the koi food metal bin. You can see it even in the thoughtfulness of the groom's cake design-it has a small groom figurine hiking up the cake! The bride's dress was a strapped Watters gown with a custom made belt that helped to define her waist. Petals Couture did an amazing job creating florals in different vases with varying heights on wood pieces. The flowers truly helped to define the wedding as unique, but not take away from the beautiful surroundings.