This next couple's style had me at "hello." The gorgeous dress, the chic shoes, the sleek suit-it's all so classic, yet fresh! And the beautiful, bold colors complement this Dallas fall wedding perfectly. The exposed brick present throughout The Flour Mill in McKinney, Texas provided the perfect backdrop to this rustic, chic affair. And the photographs...they are stunning as well. Kelsey (you remember her) from Feather & Twine Photography captured this glorious day and we are so happy she decided to share them with us. Make sure to check out the gallery for more delicious images.
From the Bride...I wanted my wedding to center around a rustic/vintage theme. My absolute favorite time of the year is fall so I tried to incorporate as many fall colors and décor as possible. My colors were deep red/maroon, orange, plum, mustard yellow, and coral. The décor consisted of stumps topped with pumpkins and moss, leaves in the boutonnieres, while a mixture of fall berries, foliage, flowers, and succulents adorned the tables and bouquets. Curly willow was intertwined with florals to enhance the ceremony and placed throughout the reception were fall trees. I wanted a bouquet that was wild and looked natural in shape with touches of fall. Dirt Floral went above and beyond as they tried to incorporate succulents, billy balls, scabiosa pods, and berries into my bouquet. My mother and I collected all of the pieces you see on the tables. She and I took several trips to Canton, TX in order to obtain all the kerosene lamps, hurricane vases, vintage bottles, and glass that were used in the wedding. I incorporated other elements throughout the reception, family heirlooms and pictures, in order to recognize those marriages that have stood the test of time. My mother's wedding dress was also on display. As a wedding favor for our guests we decided to make pickles. My husband, Justin, is a chef and made several varieties of pickles (spicy, dill, and buttered) for our guests. Lastly for our "send off" I decided to use glow sticks. Unfortunately, my venue did not allow the use of sparklers, however, glow sticks were a great alternative and a fun party favor too!