If your dream day includes vivid colors, sweet moments around the table, and escaping to the hill country on horseback (hey, why not?), then prepare to be woo’d! Today’s romantic inspiration comes from Montesino Ranch, a real working farm and wedding venue set in the heart of Wimberley, Texas. Emily of Hill Country Bride got to planning alongside a team of creative artists to help bring her vision to life.
Emily tells us: My goal was to create an inviting table where you could envision an evening of warm conversation and good wine amongst friends. What’s warmer than a Pendleton wool blanket? I chose a style with cozy colors and a timeless plaid pattern as the focal piece for table, and we also used it as a prop for creating cozy moments with our couple, Dillon and Lauren Moffet.
Love those copper wax seals?! We do, too. Especially since they tie perfectly into the tablescape details you’ll see below!
Dillon’s gray wool suit with the cranberry bowtie by The Black Tux is the perfect pop of red!
Celissa Rae gave Lauren a beautiful side swept ‘do + bronzed look.
We love how Gypsy Floral and Events added unique elements like crab apple branches and pomegranates to the dreamy floral designs!
The Van Zant Collective echoed the invitation suite with copper accents and romantic calligraphy at the place settings.
The sweet bistro style chairs and vintage glasswares were provided by Bee Lavish Vintage Rentals.
Ah! Love so much!
What a couple of beauties! Now, who else is inspired to bring a horse to their big day??
photography: Sarah Goss Photography // venue name: Montesino Ranch, Wimberley, Texas, USA // event design: Hill Country Bride // florals: Gypsy Floral and Events // wedding dress: Lazaro Fall 2016 Style 3659 // wedding dress boutique: Serendipity Bridal Austin // hair stylist: Weddings By Celissa Rae // makeup artist: Weddings By Celissa Rae // groom attire: The Black Tux // paper goods: THE VAN ZANT COLLECTIVE // tabletop rentals: Bee Lavish // linen rentals: La Tavola Linen // specialty rentals: Pendleton Blankets