Inspired by the breathtaking architecture and wash of natural light at the Prospect House in Dripping Springs, Texas, designer, Denise Stone of Bee Lavish + the planners at Pink Parasol Designs and Coordinating brought together a team of industry artists to create a minimalist, art-inspired wedding scene. A fresh color palette, lush overgrown florals (by The Flower Girl TX), mixed metals and organic textures helped set the stage for a style any modern couple and art lover would obsess over. To keep with the artful, innovative setting, both the jewelry and wedding dress were sourced from local Austin designers, and photographer, Amy Gawlik, captured it all to total perfection! Let’s take a peek…
How gorgeous is this clean-lined, indoor ceremony site? We love how the outdoors found its way inside with the lush, greenery-lined aisle.
We’re digging this minimal escort card display and love that you can literally recreate this type of set-up just about anywhere!
Moscow mules ftw every time! Those mugs can do no wrong. Pick up a couple right here if you’d like!
Speaking of Mule mugs, and their shiny, copper hue, the team chose to take this gorgeous color and incorporate it into the desert display + cake detailing, too! The results are just too good.
Speaking of cake, how amaze is this marble + copper beauty by LoveBirds Sweets? It’s doubtful we could love it more!
Thanks so much to the creative team below for sharing their talents with us today!
photography: Amy Gawlik // venue name: Prospect House // event design: Bee Lavish // florals: The Flower Girl TX // wedding dress: Saint Isabel from Unbridaled // makeup artist: FireMakeup Artistry // calligraphy: By His Grace // cake: LoveBirds Sweets // coordination: Pink Parasol Designs and Coordinating // jewelry: Kendra Scott // rentals: Mancino Iron Works